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USA: Biden promises to "build back better"

Most of the world’s political leaders are rejoicing over the replacement of Donald Trump by Joe Biden. Read more...

The house always wins: what we can learn from the Gamestop stock war

The financial world has been thrown into disarray at the start of 2021 as the stock price for GameStop, a US based brick-and-mortar video game retailer, skyrocketed by 8000%, hitting a peak of $469 pe Read more...

India: Workers' and Farmers' Unity can halt Modi’s neoliberal onslaught

Indian farmers and farm labourers are engaged in a massive struggle to repeal three agricultural laws, passed by parliament in September, that will deregulate and further privatise the rural economy. Read more...

EU at the Crossroads

For several years, Europe has been at a crossroads. The way forward concerns first the EU and the Eurozone, but of course also the countries outside the confederation, above all, Russia and Britain. Read more...

Pakistan: Down with state repression! International solidarity with Kashmir!

As reports of the Pakistani state preparing a major police operation against Kashmiris pour in, the League for the Fifth International sends solidarity to the people of Kashmir who went on strike on t Read more...

UK: Boris Johnson's Brexit heralds race to the bottom

Whatever a narrow majority of the electorate imagined they would get when they voted to Leave the European Union, the strategists who planned Brexit knew exactly what they wanted. Read more...

India: Farmers' march sparks new mass movement against Modi

Hundreds of thousands of farmers from all over India started the Delhi Chalo (Let us go to Delhi) March on November 25 at the behest of the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee, which cons Read more...

Compromise ends EU budget dispute

After weeks of wrangling with Poland and Hungary, the German Council presidency just managed to avoid the EU's next looming disaster. Read more...

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