The coronavirus crisis in Italy has brought out the real nature of capitalism. Profit is being placed before lives, but the working class is reacting with militant strike action. What lessons can be drawn for […]
Los feminicidios son un preocupante síntoma de un sistema mortalmente enfermo. Pequeñas reformas no solucionan los profundos problemas sociales.
Artículo publicado por una camarada cuya hermana fue víctima de un feminicidio. Exigimos justicia para Sara y para todas las víctimas del sistema capitalista. ¡Ni una asesinada más!
The following was written by a comrade whose sister tragically became a victim of femicide, which has become a plague on Mexican society. Not one more woman murdered!
The coronavirus crisis in Italy is the most severe of Europe. This shows the chronic failures of the government, whose response has been totally inadequate.
We publish a statement by the Russian section of the IMT about the impending economic crisis resulting from Russia’s failed oil deal with Saudi Arabia.
The rise of femicides and violence against women in Mexico is evidence of a sick, oppressive system that must be transformed, root and stem, through class struggle.
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.
Rather than inform the public and protect public health, the Italian government enacted inefficient measures, caused panic, and suppressed the labor movement.
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.