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.
The cramped quarters of Navy warships have been likened to “floating factories,” with conditions that can breed a fierce class hatred. Add a deadly virus to the already volatile mix, and the stage is set […]
The IMF declared at the beginning of April that we have entered into “the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.” This is why the state is now playing an unprecedented role.
In the early hours of Sunday May 3, Venezuelan police and armed forces foiled an attempt by armed men to kidnap Venezuelan officials and spark a military coup.
With the whole world’s attention turned towards the coronavirus crisis, the western-backed Saudi war on Yemen has continued unabated. The war machine has been deemed too essential to shut down during the pandemic.
The crushing domination of imperialism means increased exploitation of countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America, making things such as pandemics, war, climate catastrophes, locust outbreaks and famine inevitable.
The Gaza Strip, already under heavy restrictions and shortages since the beginning of the blockade 13 years ago, now must also contend with the threat of COVID-19.
Over the past week, US imperialism has escalated its levels of aggression against the Venezuelan government. Now, naval forces have been deployed near Venezuelan coasts in the Caribbean.
El imperialismo norteamericano está utilizando la crisis por el coronavirus para intensificar su campaña contra el gobierno venezolano. Todos los obreros, jóvenes, y antiimperialistas debemos oponer estos ataques del gobierno estadounidense.
US imperialism is using the coronavirus crisis to ramp up the campaign to overthrow the Venezuelan government. All US workers, youth, and anti-imperialists must oppose these latest moves by the US government.
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.
A series of attacks on some of the world’s largest oil installations in Saudi Arabia have set sparks flying once again in the Middle East.