The Communist Party of Venezuela has issued a detailed statement to the world Communist movement outlining the current political situation in Venezuela, the outlook of the PCV and their reasoning for forming the Popular Revolutionary Alternative to stand in this December’s parliamentary elections.
There are strong arguments in favour of proportional representation, argues Nick Wright, but any left-wing government relies on a committed set of MPs and a mass movement in support of change outside of Parliament above all else.
Dom Cerasoli outlines Extinction Rebellion’s redundant position in the struggle against climate change, and why socialism is the only way to save our planet . XR is back. Yesterday swarms of idealistic citizens young and old, worker and student, precarious, off-grid and cringingly middle class, once again descended on central London to wreak havoc inContinue reading “Extinction “Rebellion”: Green capital against the working class”
Sam Fury discusses what the latest UK recession means for workers, and how hope can be found by looking to socialist countries.
Andrew Gibson explores the crisis unfolding in Yemen, the role of the West, and what can be done to help.
Samuel Prentice highlights the increasing aggression of US imperialism in the context its own economic decline and the rise of China.
Today marks the 38th anniversary of the assassination of Comrade Ruth First, South African communist and anti-apartheid fighter by security forces. Here we reproduce a short biography of her life and contribution to the struggle.
Following the devastating Beirut explosion, Robin Talbot and Ewan Simpson speak to Union of Lebanese Democratic Youth president Adnan Al-Mokdad about his organisation’s response and the fast-moving political situation in Lebanon.
If we are serious about fighting racism we must engage with people, not get them sacked – it does not do, in a society in which the balance of power rests overwhelmingly with the employer, to become dependent on the class power of the boss, argues Nick Wright.
On the 94th anniversary of his birth, Fidel’s contribution to science and life is as relevant today as ever, especially in the context of the battle against COVID-19, and will be into the future writes Elson Concepción Pérez