Frank Rowley examines the future implications of public spending cuts for the youth of today; and the general lack of optimism and hope for the future capitalism produces among the youth and working people.
Professor Nguyen Phu Trong, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, addresses the history and contemporary experience of building socialism in Viet Nam and the lessons which can be applied globally.
Tom Flanagan reviews the new right-wing television channel GB News.
Ellis Garvey traces the history of North Korea, from being a colony to the anti-imperialist state that it is today.
Starmer and his advisers are eager to address the working class as a ‘patriotic’ identity, rather than an economic group that will support progressive policies proposed by people like themselves writes Nick Wright.
The Nava and Ovaherero people of Namibia have spoken out in outrage against the feeble strings-attached apology the German government has given for the genocide carried out between 1904 and 1908.
Statement from the PCE about recent advances from imperialist powers upon Cuba.
Grace Allen writes about the allure of extravagant housing for the wealthy elite in contrast to the bleak reality of London’s private-dominated housing crisis.
Dara O’Neill writes about the Communist Party of Britain’s new campaign aimed at tackling unemployment in Britain.
Alexander Norton interviews Keith Lamb on how China’s self-proclaimed socialist system measures up to the expectations of a Western socialist expat from Scotland who has lived through almost two decades of drastic change in the world’s emerging superpower