Russia made a series of important announcements regarding the war in Ukraine including a partial mobilization affecting 300,000 people and a warning that Russia will use “all means at its disposal” to protect its territorial […]
For the first time, the new NATO Strategic Concept document describes China as a “systemic challenge.” This is an official recognition of the relative decline of US imperialism.
After over 100 days, there is no end in sight to the war in Ukraine. The earlier gung ho statements of the West have turned into more pessimistic appraisals.
Jacques Baud, a former high-ranking Swiss intelligence and NATO official, blows sky high all the lying western propaganda surrounding the war in Ukraine.
Some questions and answers for class-conscious workers and youth on the war in Ukraine, to cut through the fog of war and pro–Western imperialist propaganda.
Marxists must be clear on the fundamental class dynamics of the war. Behind the lofty lies and rhetoric lurk the class interests of the capitalists. Editorial for issue 32 of Socialist Revolution.
Zelensky’s government continues to cynically use the invasion to justify repressing political opponents in Ukraine.
Brief theses produced by supporters of the IMT in Ukraine discussing the origins of the ongoing war and the reactionary effect it has had on the country.
Despite how the Ukraine war is portrayed, Russia is not the only aggressor. Far from being a neutral party, the West have been provoking the conflict for their own imperialist reasons.
Despite their cynical veneer of sympathy, the rulers of Britain and the US are no friends of the Ukrainian people, whom they see as mere geopolitical pawns.
This three part reading list gives vital background to the Ukrainian situation from the crisis today back to the 2014 Maidan movement and earlier.
Since Russia’s invasion, a barrage of propaganda has been pumped out by the Western media, contributing to an atmosphere of utter hysteria.