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No More Imperialist Bombing of Afghanistan!

The United States is preparing for further retaliatory attacks against ISIS-K to “make them pay.” The real people who will pay are the Afghan people.

Emma Lee

August 29, 2021

U.S. Marines Dump Waste in Okinawa’s Sewage System

The U.S. military has once again shown its total disregard for the people of Okinawa, whose land it occupies. Close all U.S. bases!

Sam Carliner

August 28, 2021

Afghan Refugees Forced to Wait in Hellish Conditions in Qatar’s Refugee Camps

U.S. embassy employees at the U.S. air base in Doha, have denounced the unsanitary, overcrowded, and inhumane conditions in which Afghan refugees are being held. Such circumstances are the direct product of the destructive two-decades long U.S. occupation of Afghanistan.

Protests Erupt Across Afghanistan in Defiance of Taliban Rule

For the past three days, Afghans in at least four cities have taken to the streets to resist the return of the Taliban in protests led by women and youth. Though the protests are small, they signal a way out of a crisis created by U.S. imperialism that does not rely on local or foreign foes.

Maryam Alaniz

August 20, 2021

U.S. Military Left behind Biometric Tracking Technology. The Taliban Is Already Using It to Track Afghans

The U.S. military helped design and build technology to identify Afghan civilians and collaborators who worked with the fallen government, U.S. forces, or NGOs. With the U.S. withdrawal and fall of the government, the Taliban has these data now.

Rose Lemlich

August 17, 2021

The Triumph of the Taliban and the Road Ahead

Twenty years after the fall of the Twin Towers and the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, the Taliban have triumphed and captured Kabul.

Salvador Soler

August 16, 2021

Taliban Again to Rule Afghanistan after 20 Years of Imperialist Occupation

What are the international consequences of the swift Taliban victory in Afghanistan after two decades of occupation by U.S. imperialism? Here are some initial thoughts.

Philippe Alcoy

August 15, 2021

Bangladesh: Government Reopens Textile Factories As Delta Rages

Millions of workers in Bangladesh must return to their jobs in textile factories due to the reopening ordered by the government. This involves 4,500 textile factories employing 4 million workers. In the meantime, the cases of Covid-19 continue to grow, with the added factor of the Delta variant.

Mirta Pacheco

August 5, 2021

“Working-Class People Have Been Crucial” — Interview with Students in Myanmar

Left Voice interviewed two student activists who have been resisting the military coup in Myanmar. They talked about the country’s history and the role of students and workers in the resistance to the coup.

Left Voice

June 7, 2021