On May 21, China’s National People’s Congress passed a National Security Law for Hong Kong, imposing a number of anti-democratic legislations to suppress the protest movement.
Interview with Adam Pal, the editor of Lal Salaam (the IMT’s journal in Pakistan) speaking about the coronavirus pandemic and the political situation in Pakistan and India.
Trump’s visit to India on February 24–25 saw mass riots in Delhi. The Modi government responded with brutal repression, killing at least 46 and leaving hundreds injured.
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 Coronavirus outbreak in China is critical. A general mood of fear has engulfed the country. Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak, has been rendered into a virtual ghost town.
Aung San Suu Kyi’s fall from grace has exposed the cynicism of imperialism, revealing that those canonized as saints are bargaining chips in a struggle of capitalist interests.
On January 8, India came to a grinding halt as more than 250 million joined a general strike across the country, raising demands against the brutal policies of the Modi regime.
On December 1, a feature article about the US section of the International Marxist Tendency made the main headline on the front page of one of Japan’s top daily newspapers, the Mainichi Shimbun.
Hong Kong’s district council elections concluded with a landslide victory for the anti-Beijing bloc. But what is needed is a clear way forward based on class struggle politics.
Despite increasing pressure from Beijing and the Carrie Lam government, the movement is entering its second month with growing militancy.
In spite of the government issuing public apologies and suspending the bill, a new mass protest erupted on June 16. The movement must go forward!
Rawal Asad, a Marxist student from Multan, was arrested for his participation in a PTM protest and now faces sedition charges.