As the war in Ukraine drags on, even the mildest criticism of the invasion is being shut down, on pain of arrest and imprisonment.
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.
As many countries have built up massive debts due to the pandemic, the war is adding to a perfect storm that will provoke class struggle on a global scale.
Fred Weston explains the fundamental driving factors of this crisis, how it is making life unbearable for working people, how it is transforming consciousness, and how it is preparing the ground for an era of […]
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.
The relatively accommodating approach to Ukrainian refugees we see today is not based on humanitarianism. It is a cynical move to shore up public opinion behind Western imperialism against Russia.
Xenophobic hate crimes are the logical conclusion of boycotts that treat all Russians as enemies. Workers must stand up against this discrimination.
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.
The German Marxists expose the hypocrisy and warmongering of their ruling class, and make an appeal for international solidarity.
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.