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BRAZIL

Subways and Factories Closed in Brazilian General Strike

28/04/2017 - In Sao Paulo, Brazil’s biggest city, airline, subway and heavy industry workers engage in the general strike, bringing the city to a standstill.

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BRAZIL

The Largest Brazilian General Strike in Decades

28/04/2017 - Make the capitalists pay for the crisis! The largest Brazilian general strike in decades is going on now!

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BRAZIL

Brazilian General Strike Begins With Roadblocks and Police Repression

28/04/2017 - There are pickets and roadblocks in cities around the country. In places like Sao Paulo and Rio, there has been repression. The Brazilian working class is fighting back against austerity and Temer’s coup government.

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MEXICO

Internationalism and the Mexican Working Class

27/04/2017 - Internationalism is a strategic necessity. As the Mexican working class begins to mobilize, workers in the US and Mexico must unite against the capitalists and the state.

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INTERVIEW

Exposing Israeli Lies about the Occupation: An Interview with Ilan Pappé

27/04/2017 - Israeli historian Ilan Pappé talks about the occupation of Palestine, the Arab War of 1948 and the current oppression of the Palestinians at the hands of Zionism.

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MEXICO

Mexico: So Far From God, so Close to the United States

26/04/2017 - US imperialist penetration in Mexico exists on many levels, profing off of the flow of goods, but limiting the flow of people. The War on Drugs, as well as the huge demand for drugs created an intricate web of violence on the Mexican (...)

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UNITED STATES

Support B&H Workers!

25/04/2017 - B&H, a famous New York photo, video and audio store, is trying to close its Brooklyn warehouses. 300 workers could lose their jobs – all because they voted to join a union. But labor activists aren't putting up with this attempt at union (...)

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UNITED STATES

Cops Hold Black Children at Gunpoint

25/04/2017 - For 10 minutes, cops pointed guns at 12-14 years old Black boys who lay on the ground, sobbing and begging for their lives.

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FRANCE

“Citizens’ Revolution” or Anti-Capitalist Program?: Why we Support Poutou in the French Presidential Elections

22/04/2017 - Here, we examine the candidacy of Jean-Luc Mélanchon, the “leftist” ex-Socialist leader who is now third in the polls. However, despite the panic that his popularity has caused among the French establishment, what Mélanchon seeks is a partnership with capital, not a challenge to it. In contrast (...)

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UNITED STATES

Trump’s First 100 Days and What Is to Come

19/04/2017 - The shocking election of Trump and the chaotic first months of his presidency have left many searching for an explanation of this unprecedented historical phenomenon.

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ARGENTINA

After Brutal Repression, the Teachers’ Struggle in Argentina Continues

18/04/2017 - After weeks, the teachers struggle in Argentina continues despite brutal repression of an “itinerant school.”

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IN FOCUS

Interview with Charlie Post - Abridged

17/04/2017 - We talked with Charlie Post about Donald Trump and the anti-Trump movement, the unions, the Left, the growth of the DSA, the Russian Revolution and more.

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IN FOCUS

Interview with Charlie Post

17/04/2017 - We spoke with Charlie Post about Donald Trump and the anti-Trump movement, the unions, the Left, the growth of the DSA, the Russian Revolution and more.

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UNITED STATES

Cuomo’s Excelsior Plan Falls Far Short of Making CUNY Free Again

16/04/2017 - Cuomo's Excelsior Plan promises to make college free for the middle class. This is a smokescreen for a backdoor tuition hike.

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MIDDLE EAST

What Lies After the Turkey Referendum

15/04/2017 - With two days left until the constitutional referendum vote in Turkey on April 16th, there are still a myriad of potential scenarios and outcomes. Regardless of the result of the vote, the left will be tasked to navigate a post-referendum political climate, with both considerable possibilities (...)

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French Elections

Philippe Poutou’s Subversive Presidential Bid

13/04/2017 - The unusual nature of the 2017 French presidential election is the culmination of a larger organic crisis currently facing French capitalism.

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A CALL TO ACTION

Academics and Students Call for a Nationwide University Shut Down on May Day

13/04/2017 - Nancy Fraser, David Harvey, Judith Butler, Cornell West, Etienne Balibar and other students and intellectuals sign a petition calling for a moratorium on May 1. The following pledge is being circulated by students, staff, faculty, and administrators across the United States. Sign and circulate (...)

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GUEST POST

Turkey’s Referendum and its Aftermath

12/04/2017 - Those who thought that the referendum would be a piece of cake for the government given the countrywide state of emergency were proven wrong.

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ARGENTINA

Zanon: Under Worker Control Since 2001

11/04/2017 - Interview with Raúl Godoy, Zanon worker and national leader of the PTS. Godoy was the first General Secretary of the Sindicato de Obreros y Empleados Ceramistas de Neuquén (SOECN - Ceramic Workers’ Union of Neuquén) after the union was reclaimed from the bureaucracy. This interview occurred at the (...)

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SPANISH STATE

Dockworkers: the “can do” of the working class

11/04/2017 - What can the victory of the Spanish dockworkers teach us? That class struggle is the way to twist the arm of the government, the European Union (EU) and the way to make the capitalists pay for the crisis.

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FRANCE

Class Antagonism Takes the Spotlight at French Presidential Debate

10/04/2017 - Philippe Poutou, presidential candidate for the New Anticapitalist Party and factory worker, brought the class struggle to center stage during the French presidential debate.

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BRAZIL

New Subcontracting Law Threatens Black Women

10/04/2017 - The Brazilian government recently voted to expand subcontracting, a policy that will disproportionately affect Black women.

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IDEAS & DEBATES

Pepsi’s "Protest" Ad: What’s The Real Problem?

09/04/2017 - This week the famous soda brand got involved in a social media scandal after their new advertisement was accused of ridiculing protests and trivializing the fight against police brutality.

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ARGENTINA

Lessons from the General Strike in Argentina

09/04/2017 - Reflections on last week’s general strike, the government’s policy of repression, the role of the Left in the strike, the union bureaucracy, and Cristina Kirchner’s silence on the repression.

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