Iran: Repression Provokes Backlash and Calls for a Revolutionary General Strike

Efforts to suppress the protest movement in Iran have only further agitated the masses. Most importantly, a series of strikes have started in the oil and petrochemical sector.

Jîna Emînî: Murder of Kurdish Woman Provokes Movement in Iran

The brutal killing of Jîna Emînî by the Iranian “Morality Police” ignited a militant mass movement across Kurdistan. The only way forward is a revolutionary mass struggle using working-class methods.

The Taiwan National Question and the Tasks of the Taiwanese Marxists

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan placed the Taiwanese national question at the forefront of world politics. Marxists must raise the class question at all times and fight against reactionary nationalism.

Gazte Topagune Sozialista: Communist Ideas on the Rise in the Basque Country

Resolute communist idea are reverberating with the Basque youth. The road ahead will be hard, but revolutionary optimism is the order of the day!

North of Ireland: Sinn Féin Victory a Historic Blow to the Union!

Sinn Féin’s victory in the Northern Ireland Assembly elections is a devastating blow to the prestige of British imperialism and another tear in the fraying fabric of the so-called “United Kingdom.”

Ukraine: Some Observations on the National Question and Russian Intervention

A summary of some key aspects of the national question in Ukraine, including the policy of the Bolsheviks, Lenin and Trotsky.

Coronavirus Exposes the Myth of European Unity

With the coronavirus pandemic, Europe faces its most serious crisis since WWII. European integration is buckling under the pressure.

IMT Rejects Jail Sentences for Catalan Political Prisoners

The International Marxist Tendency expresses its solidarity with those condemned and with the CDR members arrested in September of this year. We demand their immediate release without charges.

Catalan Republic Crushed by Spanish State—Without a Fight

The struggle for the right of self-determination and for a Catalan republic can only be waged by revolutionary means.

Spain: Catalan Republic — Denouement Delayed

It seemed as if everything had been decided. Then, at the last minute, President Puigdemont changed the script.

Catalonia: The Masses Enter the Scene

Faced with the determination of hundreds of thousands to overcome all obstacles to participate, brutal police repression failed to stop the independence referendum.