Author: Claudia Cinatti

From the War on Terror to Conflict between World Powers

The 20 years since the heinous attacks on the World Trade Center have shown the failure of the “war on terror.” Following its defeat in Afghanistan, U.S imperialism is now directing its attention toward China and other capitalist powers.

A black and white image of a U.S. soldier looking down at Afghanistan from a helicopter

Afghanistan: Epilogue of the “War on Terror”

The U.S. defeat in Afghanistan is a singular moment for the so-called “war on terror” that spells geopolitical realignment and deepens the crisis of U.S. imperialist hegemony in the world.

Colombia and the Red Thread of Rebellion in Latin America

The rebellion in Colombia is part of a process of class struggle that has unfolded throughout Latin America, especially since 2019. It reinforces the need to build revolutionary parties and an international revolutionary leadership that will allow these struggles to be led to victory.

The U.S.-China Summit: Containing China Is a Bipartisan Affair

The first Biden-era meeting of U.S. and Chinese government officials was marked by political theater. But the summit demonstrated that Biden, with his hostile policy towards China, has more in common with his predecessor than he would like to admit.

Two hands wearing blue latex gloves hold a vaccine syringe

The Pandemic and Vaccine Nationalism

“Vaccine nationalism” reproduces the geopolitical rivalries and tensions that have been building up since the 2008 capitalist crisis. Ultimately, it is a mirror of both capitalist competition and the irrationality of a system that transforms everything it touches — from the superfluous to the indispensable for life — into merchandise and profit.

The Biden Era Begins

After a brief but intense interregnum, the United States officially has a new government in formation. However, in the context of the pandemic recession, social upheaval, and profound contradictions, there will be no return to normal.

Why Is Trump Refusing to Concede?

Even though Joe Biden has been proclaimed president-elect, Donald Trump refuses to admit defeat. This means the transition between the two administrations has not formally begun, breaking with the customs of the bipartisan regime.

From the War on Terror to Conflict between World Powers

The 20 years since the heinous attacks on the World Trade Center have shown the failure of the “war on terror.” Following its defeat in Afghanistan, U.S imperialism is now directing its attention toward China and other capitalist powers.

A black and white image of a U.S. soldier looking down at Afghanistan from a helicopter

Afghanistan: Epilogue of the “War on Terror”

The U.S. defeat in Afghanistan is a singular moment for the so-called “war on terror” that spells geopolitical realignment and deepens the crisis of U.S. imperialist hegemony in the world.

Colombia and the Red Thread of Rebellion in Latin America

The rebellion in Colombia is part of a process of class struggle that has unfolded throughout Latin America, especially since 2019. It reinforces the need to build revolutionary parties and an international revolutionary leadership that will allow these struggles to be led to victory.

The U.S.-China Summit: Containing China Is a Bipartisan Affair

The first Biden-era meeting of U.S. and Chinese government officials was marked by political theater. But the summit demonstrated that Biden, with his hostile policy towards China, has more in common with his predecessor than he would like to admit.

Two hands wearing blue latex gloves hold a vaccine syringe

The Pandemic and Vaccine Nationalism

“Vaccine nationalism” reproduces the geopolitical rivalries and tensions that have been building up since the 2008 capitalist crisis. Ultimately, it is a mirror of both capitalist competition and the irrationality of a system that transforms everything it touches — from the superfluous to the indispensable for life — into merchandise and profit.

The Biden Era Begins

After a brief but intense interregnum, the United States officially has a new government in formation. However, in the context of the pandemic recession, social upheaval, and profound contradictions, there will be no return to normal.

Why Is Trump Refusing to Concede?

Even though Joe Biden has been proclaimed president-elect, Donald Trump refuses to admit defeat. This means the transition between the two administrations has not formally begun, breaking with the customs of the bipartisan regime.