The Return of the Working Class “with Chinese Characteristics”
The recent protests in China are a symptom of the times. It puts back in play the dangerous power of the working class that the CCP has kept in the shadows through coercion and repression amidst the country’s capitalist restoration.
André BarbieriDecember 19, 2022
Climate Change Causes Torrential Flooding in Pakistan, Dispossessing Millions
Due to increased monsoon rains caused by climate change, Pakistan has been hit by catastrophic floods, killing over 1,000 people and displacing thousands more.
Molly RosenzweigAugust 28, 2022
Kazakhstan: A Revolt Against “Transitional” Capitalism
Dozens of protesters have been killed in protests sparked by a rise in fuel prices. The revolt is concerning to Russia and inconvenient for Western powers.
Philippe AlcoyJanuary 13, 2022
Solidarity with the uprising in Kazakhstan
We are republishing this international solidarity statement with the protests in Kazakhstan. It was written by socialist TD Paul Murphy of Ireland.
Left VoiceJanuary 12, 2022
Kazakhstan Government Resigns amid Protests Over High Fuel Prices
The president accepted his government’s resignation and declared a state of emergency in two regions.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaJanuary 6, 2022
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.
Claudia CinattiAugust 22, 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 LemlichAugust 17, 2021