War and the Reformist Left: We Need a 21st-Century Zimmerwald
In response to World War I, anti-militarist socialists gathered at the 1915 Zimmerwald Conference to build a new anti-war movement. The revolutionary wing raised the perspective of an independent, anti-imperialist path, one based on the slogan to wage a war against capitalism’s wars and crises.
Santiago LupeMarch 22, 2022
The “Bread War” Threatens Millions in the Middle East and North Africa
According to Save The Children, the stoppage of grain exports from Russia and Ukraine and the hoarding by imperialist countries to feed their livestock may bring "additional horrors" to millions of people.
Santiago LupeMarch 10, 2022
Santiago Lupe: We Are Fighting for the United Socialist States of Europe
In a speech given at the international rally of the Trotskyist Fraction this May Day, Santiago Lupe, a historian and member of the Revolutionary Workers Current in the Spanish State, explains how the pandemic has shown clearly that the European Union is nothing but a unified force of Europe’s imperialist powers to impose the interests of capitalists. Only a united working class across borders can put a stop to the death and destruction facing millions of people and find a way out of the current crisis.
Santiago LupeMay 12, 2020
Class, Party and Leadership: Lessons from the Spanish Revolution
Eighty years after the Spanish Civil War, we review one of its main lessons: the preparatory task of building revolutionary parties and leaderships in non-revolutionary periods.
Santiago LupeOctober 2, 2017
Dockworkers: the “can do” of the working class
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.
Santiago LupeApril 11, 2017