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Statement on Trump’s fascist provocation

The storming of the US Capitol by a mob of fascists, at the instigation of Donald Trump, was an abortive attempt by the cornered but still vicious President to coerce the Congress (and the Vice Presid 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...

What can we expect from Bidenomics?

It's tempting to look at Joseph Robinette Biden’s 50 year career in politics, 48 of them on the national level in the Senate and as Vice President, and do a “hot take” on how he will govern and what h Read more...

Friedrich Engels at 200

The 200th anniversary Friedrich Engels' birth, gives us an opportunity to look back over his remarkable life and recall the importance of his contribution to what became known as Marxism and to the fo Read more...

Solidarity with the General Strike in India

Since the morning of November 26, a massive general strike is sweeping across India. Trade Unions expect up to 250 million participants. Read more...

Political crisis in Sweden: Strike action is the way forward

Ever since a general election in September 2018 produced a hung parliament, Sweden has limped from one near-crisis to the next. Read more...

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