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.
A line has been drawn in the sand. 760 workers of Unifor Local 594 and Unifor president Jerry Dias are defying antiunion laws. This is a decisive turning point for the class struggle in Canada.
Chile is living through an uprising against the regime that has been going on for over 40 days already. The conditions for bringing Piñera down are present, but what is missing?
Over 90 comrades from eleven different American countries participated in the 4th IMT Panamerican Marxist School, held in Mexico on November 28 to December 1.
Colombia has been shaken by a wave of protests spanning the entire country. What we are witnessing is the explosive irruption of the masses in politics.
One month has passed since an insurrectional movement began in Chile. The mass uprising has placed the reactionary government of Piñera against the ropes.
On November 10 at 4:50pm, Bolivian president Evo Morales announced his resignation. It was the culmination of a coup that had been brewing for some time.
On the morning of October 22, Max, a comrade of Fightback (the IMT in Canada) was arrested by plainclothes police.
Chile is living through a historic mobilization of a level not seen since the protests that toppled the dictator Pinochet.
Facing severe fuel and food shortages, and a totally inept and corrupt government, the masses have again taken to the streets to fight for a way out of the economic and social crisis.
The movement in Ecuador against Lenín Moreno’s IMF-inspired austerity package, which began on October 2, has reached insurrectionary proportions.