The coronavirus outbreak triggered the biggest wave of stock market losses since 2008. Markets are worried that the virus will have a serious impact on an already weak world economy.
We publish here two interviews with members of the Venezuelan IMT, Lucha de Clases, describing the situation in Venezuela and perspectives for the Bolivarian Revolution.
South African capitalism is in crisis and the ruling class is divided. With worsening conditions of life, sooner or later the working class will place renewed class struggle on the agenda.
The full weight of the Canadian state is coming down on the Indigenous people of the Wet’suwet’en Nation, where a gas pipeline is being constructed on unceded territory.
Jorge Martín analiza la oleada del “octubre rojo” que se vivió en América Latina el año pasado, con movimientos insurreccionales en un país tras otro.
Jorge Martin looks back on the tremendous “Red October” that swept Latin America last year, with insurrectionary movements in one country after another.
An ongoing series on membership in the IMT, in which comrades explain what drove them to reject the capitalist system and embrace revolutionary socialism.
The spread of coronavirus throughout China is beginning to have serious political repercussions for the regime, and Xi Jinping is struggling to keep the lid down.
The IMT recently interviewed Leonid Shaidurov, a 17-year-old activist who has played a leading role in the School Strikes for Climate movement in Russia.
The climate crisis continues to disrupt life as we know it. Humanity’s food supply is under threat, but capitalism won’t undertake climate repair if it is not profitable.
Following the debacle in Iowa, the race for the 2020 Democratic Party’s presidential nomination focused on New Hampshire. Unsurprisingly, Sanders came out on top.
Trump’s deal for “peace” in Israel-Palestine is a list of humiliating terms for the Palestinians, giving full US backing to Israeli expansionism.