Last Friday, the Iranian government made a surprise announcement of deep cuts to fuel subsidies. Since then, tens of thousands of youth have taken to the streets.
Down with the Turkish war of aggression against Rojava! Down with the imperialists, who are all complicit in this atrocity!
A series of attacks on some of the world’s largest oil installations in Saudi Arabia have set sparks flying once again in the Middle East.
Hundreds of thousands of workers, peasants, and poor took to the streets of Sudan to protest against the vicious rule of the Junta.
Last night, Trump ordered missile strikes on Iran, but then abruptly cancelled them. This came after Iran shot down a US military drone.
On paper, the world economy seems to be doing great. Yet, 10 years after the the global financial crisis, a crisis of new proportions is looming on the horizon.
Two hurricanes have crashed into the Southeast in the last two weeks, and, as always, the poorest have been hit the hardest.
The cynical use of this chemical attack for propaganda reasons by the imperialists has been nauseating, to say the least.
The US bombing Syrian soldiers, and the Assad regime bombing an aid convoy, indicate that just one week after the agreed cessation of hostilities in Syria, the uneasy ceasefire has broken down.
As of sunset yesterday a new major ceasefire has been agreed in Syria. But what does it mean for Syria, the Middle East, and world relations?
Five years ago, without any organization, program, plan, or preparation, the Arab masses, in the words of Marx, stormed heaven. They brought down, in a matter of weeks, what had seemingly not moved an inch […]
Following Saturday’s heinous terrorist attack, tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets in the biggest mass movement since the Gezi Park movement of 2013. But quite contrary to the intentions of the […]