The much-delayed Tokyo Olympics proceed without fans and amidst general disapproval from Japanese workers and youth—who rightly fear the danger of spreading COVID-19 while being forced to make up the shortfall from ticket sales.
We received the following report about a horrific practice in China, where school students are contracted to work in factories by their schools and forced to toil in slave-like conditions.
After months of heroic struggle of the masses who faced brutal repression of the military regime, the revolution in Myanmar has ebbed. Why have we reached this situation, and what lessons need to be learned?
The CCP is an instrument of capitalist domination today, but it began as a genuine revolutionary party led by dedicated and heroic cadres.
Chinese youth have been expressing their frustration in increasingly open ways online, which shows that there is an even deeper reserve of anger among the Chinese general masses.
June 4th is the anniversary of the crushing of the 1989 Tiananmen Square movement. We publish a reading guide on these events, as both the western media and the Chinese regime actively hide what happened.
Talk of a potential military confrontation between China, the United States, and Japan over the question of Taiwan have escalated recently.
A brutal second wave of COVID-19 is ravaging India. The healthcare system is totally overrun. The dying lie in hospital corridors, parking lots, on the streets, in their homes, begging for medical attention that will never come.
A revolution is underway in Myanmar and the masses are showing immense courage. An armed workers’ uprising and an all-out, continuous general strike must be organized to topple the murderous junta!
A powerful show of anger and opposition to the military coup was evident on the streets of cities across Myanmar on February 22, as a general strike paralyzed the country.
The coup in Myanmar has unleashed a movement of revolutionary proportions, with a widespread strike and protest movement. The military junta clearly underestimated the level of opposition they would face.
The military coup in Myanmar unleashed an unexpected movement. In this article, we attempt to outline some of the historical and immediate factors that led to this sudden and sharp change in the situation.