Tag: Joe Biden

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.

The Specter of 9/11 and the Crisis in Afghanistan

Just as 9/11 was a flashpoint in the relative decline of the U.S. empire 20 years ago, the withdrawal from Afghanistan has likewise deepened the contradictions facing U.S. imperialism. How the crisis develops depends on the independent action of the working class and oppressed and international solidarity on behalf of workers around the world.

Afghanistan: Biden Eulogizes Another Humiliating Defeat for U.S. Imperialism

President Joe Biden gave a fervent speech on Monday justifying his decision to withdraw U.S. forces from Afghanistan to end the longest war in U.S. history. The speech was met with criticism from sectors of both capitalist parties who believe that the decision is a blow to U.S. credibility and power globally.

U.S. president Joe Biden sits in a sports car. He is wearing sunglasses and smiling.

Biden to OPEC: “Drill, Baby, Drill!”

In the wake of increased fuel prices in the United States and fears of inflation, Biden has called on OPEC to increase oil production. But this is a devil’s bargain that will incentivize further destructive fossil fuel use, making the transition to renewable energy much more difficult.

Biden Is Expediting Deportations of Migrant Families

The Biden administration added another repressive measure against migrants on top of Donald Trump’s already draconian Title 42. Now border patrol agents have the right to decide asylum cases.

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.

The Specter of 9/11 and the Crisis in Afghanistan

Just as 9/11 was a flashpoint in the relative decline of the U.S. empire 20 years ago, the withdrawal from Afghanistan has likewise deepened the contradictions facing U.S. imperialism. How the crisis develops depends on the independent action of the working class and oppressed and international solidarity on behalf of workers around the world.

Afghanistan: Biden Eulogizes Another Humiliating Defeat for U.S. Imperialism

President Joe Biden gave a fervent speech on Monday justifying his decision to withdraw U.S. forces from Afghanistan to end the longest war in U.S. history. The speech was met with criticism from sectors of both capitalist parties who believe that the decision is a blow to U.S. credibility and power globally.

U.S. president Joe Biden sits in a sports car. He is wearing sunglasses and smiling.

Biden to OPEC: “Drill, Baby, Drill!”

In the wake of increased fuel prices in the United States and fears of inflation, Biden has called on OPEC to increase oil production. But this is a devil’s bargain that will incentivize further destructive fossil fuel use, making the transition to renewable energy much more difficult.

Biden Is Expediting Deportations of Migrant Families

The Biden administration added another repressive measure against migrants on top of Donald Trump’s already draconian Title 42. Now border patrol agents have the right to decide asylum cases.