There’s No Democracy Under Apartheid
75 years after its founding, the state of Israel is being rocked by massive protests in defense of democracy. Yet Israel never was a democracy — and never can be.
Nathaniel FlakinMay 15, 2023
75 Years of Nakba: The Catastrophe Is Ongoing
Today marks the 75th anniversary of the Nakba, or “catastrophe” in Arabic. Yet the displacement and dispossession of Palestinian people from their homeland began even before the creation of the Zionist State of Israel in 1948, and continues to this day.
Luigi MorrisMay 15, 2023
75 Years of Israeli Violence against Palestinians
75 years since the Nakba, it is increasingly clear that Israel is a violent occupier of the Palestinian people. In the last three quarters of a century, it has also served the interests of U.S. imperialism and trained and aided other capitalist states in methods of violence and repression.
Sam CarlinerMay 14, 2023
Nigeria’s Unprecedented Election Shows Importance of Politicized Youth in Time of Crisis
Nigeria’s national election is shaped by deepening capitalist crisis, outsider candidates, and an activated youth.
Sam CarlinerFebruary 28, 2023
The Palestinian Cause Is a Winner of the World Cup
Palestine, while not having a team at the FIFA World Cup, won the hearts of fans and national teams, and grew in international support during the games.
Julia WallaceDecember 19, 2022
Biden Shores Up Imperialist Interests at U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit
The United States is hosting a U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit. The Biden administration’s supposed interest in developing African leadership is just a new strategy for U.S. imperialism to plunder the continent and counter China.
Sam CarlinerDecember 13, 2022
“Farmgate” Threatens the Very Foundations of Capitalist Stability in South Africa
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa faces an impeachment vote Tuesday. More than a simple case of corruption, it’s a political crisis of the ruling party and of capitalist stability in the country.
Sam CarlinerDecember 5, 2022
The Slave Labor World Cup
Qatar’s wealth and power are built on the labor power of migrant construction workers, who toil amid semislave conditions.
Santiago MontagNovember 22, 2022
COP27: Climate Talks Underway in Egypt amidst Intense Political Repression
Why is the UN holding COP27 in Egypt, where the al-Sissi regime is at the forefront of the repression of political and environmental activists and mostly inactive in the fight against climate change?
Wolfgang MandelbaumNovember 15, 2022
In Ghana, an Important Movement Is Forming Against the IMF
As cost-of-living protests continue throughout the world, Ghana is becoming the site of one of the more dynamic struggles, due to its staunch opposition to the IMF.
Sam CarlinerNovember 11, 2022