National Sections of the L5I:

Serbia

Mladic: Western hypocrisy over war crimes

The arrest of Ratko Mladic exposes the connection between the war criminals of the former Yugoslavia and the western powers, writes, Marcus Halaby Read more...

Kosova: from a Serbian province to an Imperialist Protectorate

On 17 February the Kosovar parliament declared the independence of the former Serbian republic. Albanians from Kosova and all over Europe celebrated in the streets of Pristina, hoping that this would not only be a step to national independence, but also towards better social and economic conditions for the 2.2 million population. Read more...

Serbia: the next stage of the Serbian revolution

The results of the Serbian elections on 23 December confirmed and sanctified what had already been decided on the streets of Belgrade and other cities during the country’s October revolution: that the Stalinist-nationalist bureaucratic rule of Milosevic’s Serbian Socialist Party (SPS) was over. Read more...

Serbia: the revolution and its enemies

Slobodan Milosevic has been swept from power by the actions of the Serbian masses: above all by the general strike and the mobilisations of workers and students in Belgrade and other towns and cities. Read more...

The fight to overthrow Milosevic in Serbia

Statement by the International Secretariat of the LRCI Read more...

Yugoslavia: bringing the war to Austria

Austria is little more than one hundred kilometres from the centre of the fighting in Bosnia and shares a border with Slovenia. The war is having a big impact on political life, as Michael Gatter of ArbeiterInnen-standpunkt, Austria section of the LRCI [Editor: now the League for the Fifth International], reports. Read more...