Technology at society’s fingertips has become yet another tool for the exploitation of the working class.
Fifteen holiday resorts in France, predominantly in the southeast of the country, have recently attempted to ban full-body swimsuits, known as burkinis, provoking uproar in response.
The fight against the labor law has entered a new, decisive phase.
The use of high-tech weapons by the NATO alliance may have some serious, lasting environmental and health effects on the people of the Balkans.
Today marks the 42nd anniversary of the Portuguese Revolution. On this occasion we recommend the following analysis, written by Alan Woods in 1974.
In the last few days we have witnessed at least three elections, all of which bear witness to highly significant processes that are now moving with great speed. When the same—or very similar—processes repeat themselves in many countries, they can no longer be dismissed as accidents. They are the manifestations of the same phenomenon.
The Scottish referendum was a political earthquake that upset all the calculations of the politicians. It represented a fundamental turn in the situation.
The counterrevolutionary Maidan movement in Ukraine brought to power a right-wing nationalist government which contains far right, neo-fascist elements.
The workers in Greece are rallying around what they regard as their government in a movement that could escalate in the coming weeks.
The Communist Tendency participates in Popular Unity and invites all its friends and supporters to do the same. Read the report.
Fred Weston of the IMT speaks on the situation developing in Greece today. The discussion also covers the wider economic and political situation in Europe.
We are pleased to present Greece on the Brink, a documentary that follows the course of the Greek crisis from a Marxist perspective.