At the end of January, around 100 comrades of the IMT from across the globe came together for a leadership meeting that represented a decisive landmark in our history.
Faced with a shortage of workers and a growing pension-age population, the ruling class is worried about what they are calling the “demographic transition.”
A communist response to the multimillionaire landlord who wants to increase unemployment to kill the workers’ “attitude” and drive down wages.
Abandoned “big-box” retail stores litter the landscape across the country. To address this, we need to fight for communism.
Soaring unemployment and a rapid decline in consumption have debunked the ruling regime’s fraudulent claims of a “strong economic recovery” in China.
The explosive popularity of Oliver Anthony’s country song, “Rich Men North of Richmond,” shows that the rising class consciousness and anger in the US isn’t limited to the millions of youth who consider communism their […]
This document was passed at the 2023 IMT World Congress, outlining our analysis of the main trends shaping world politics and the class struggle in this dramatic period of capitalism’s death agony.
The world has reached a turning point: now is the time of revolutions and counterrevolutions. It has never been more important for communists to understand the economic and social processes happening all around us.
Since the start of the pandemic, Singapore has seen an unprecedented level of capital inflow. The capitalists sense the coming economic crisis and are betting big on Singapore to be a safe harbor.
Amid a rising tide of class struggle in Trinidad and Tobago, turnout in local elections is expected to fall to its lowest in decades.
Countries, businesses, and households across the world are drowning in debt. As interest rates rise, the danger of default looms. To avoid a catastrophe, calls for debt cancellation are not enough.
Recent data has caused alarm amongst the ruling class, suggesting that inflation has become entrenched. In response, central bankers are looking to provoke a slump in the hope of quelling price rises.