Bangladesh, the eighth most populous country in the world, is being rocked by political and social upheaval. Opposition leaders have been arrested. Tens of thousands have clashed in the streets with police.
Powerful capitalists with investments in higher education are pressuring university administrations to impose harsh disciplinary measures on pro-Palestinian campus activists.
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.
Riots in France and Wales reveal the explosive situation building up internationally and in Britain. Marxist leadership is needed to channel this anger towards revolution.
In 2011, a tremendous movement erupted across Spain: the indignados. Within a few years, it found a political expression in Podemos. But the upcoming elections are set to confirm the terminal decline of this party.
For years, it was alleged that state infiltrators had a hand in undermining the BLM movement. However, there was little irrefutable evidence—until now.
The last few weeks in Argentina have seen an increase in the struggle of workers, particularly teachers and healthcare workers. This movement has reached the most acute proportions in the provinces of Salta and Jujuy.
Recent elections have led to increased noise in both the media and left-wing circles about a second “pink tide” in Latin America. It is necessary to examine the character of that first wave and the […]
Germany was shaken by its largest strike in 30 years. This “mega-strike,” organized by two of the country’s biggest unions, brought the German transport system to a complete standstill.
Netanyahu is determined to force judicial reforms through Israel’s Knesset, enraging the majority of the big capitalists, who have taken the unusual step of backing the mobilization of enormous crowds on the streets.
The French government’s use of Article 49.3 of the constitution to force through Macron’s pension reforms without a parliamentary vote on March 16 marked a turning point in the development of the struggle.
Almost two months into the movement against Macron’s pension reform, the French masses have yet again proved their determination to fight.