Who Was Responsible for the Moscow Massacre?

Last Friday, the world was shocked and horrified by reports of an appalling massacre at a packed concert venue in Moscow.

New Report Exposes 12 CIA Bases in Ukraine: So Much for National Sovereignty!

A recent New York Times article details collaboration between the CIA and Ukrainian intelligence services, including the construction of 12 CIA bases.

The Fall of Avdiivka: The Beginning of the End

The announcement by the Russian Ministry of Defense that its forces had full control of the Ukrainian town of Avdiivka represents a devastating blow to Ukraine.

The Relevance of Lenin’s “Imperialism” Today

Written in 1916, in the middle of the First World War, Lenin’s Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism is an essential work for understanding the phenomena of war and imperialism today.

NATO Staring Defeat in the Face in Ukraine

As the year comes to a close, the complete failure of the much-hyped Ukrainian counteroffensive has opened a chorus of mutual recriminations within Ukraine and between Kiev and its imperialist puppet masters.

Nagorno-Karabakh: Victim of Inter-Imperialist Rivalry

Nagorno-Karabakh has been wiped off the map as what remained of the breakaway region surrendered to Azerbaijan’s troops on September 20, after brief fighting that led to at least 200 ethnic Armenians being killed.

West Faces Humiliation in Ukraine

If the meeting of the Group of 20 major economies in India was intended as a show of unity against Russia, it succeeded in producing precisely the opposite result.

Who Killed Prigozhin?

The killing of Prigozhin shows that behind the appearance of solidity, Putin’s regime is inherently unstable. But the inevitable crowing of the US imperialists is entirely misplaced.

Ukraine’s Offensive Stalls: Are Negotiations on the Agenda?

Disaffection is spreading in the army and among civilians, while at the same time Ukraine’s western allies are getting cold feet and starting to talk about negotiations.

Coup in Niger Reflects Tectonic Shifts in Africa

The detention of Niger’s president, Mohamed Bazoum, on July 26, followed by the announcement of military rule, has provoked an immediate escalation in tensions across the region.

Freedom for Boris Kagarlitsky: Mobilize International Solidarity!

The arrest of Boris Kagarlitsky is a threat and a warning to any left and Communist forces in opposition to the reactionary Putin regime.

Russia: Who Is Boris Kagarlitsky and Why Is He Being Prosecuted?

Boris Kagarlitsky, one of the most prominent left-wing sociologists in Russia, was arrested on “justification of terrorism” charges. The Organization of Communist-Internationalists calls for freedom for Kagarlitsky.