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February 24, 2024

Africa

Guinea-Bissau is Facing a Dictatorial Regime!

By Cassacá-64 On December 3, 2023, the President of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau, Umaro Sissoco Embalo, issued a decree dissolving the ANP (National People’s Assembly) in violation of Article 94,...

Burkina Faso: Students Mobilize and Police Storm University

By César Neto Since February, students at the Joseph Ki-Zerbo University in Ouagadougou, the country's...

Egypt: The Impact of the Situation in Gaza

Elections will be held in Egypt next December. The current president, General Abdelfatah al-Sisi...

Niger: Class Independence and Anti-imperialist Struggle to Stop the Coup

By: Wilson Honorio da Silva, from the Formation Secretariat of the PSTU Brazil At the...

Angola: MPLA and UNITA feel the heat with youth and popular sectors in the streets

The world economic crisis, the pandemic, and the war in Ukraine has further weakened...

Angola: MPLA and UNITA feel the heat with youth and popular sectors in the streets

The world economic crisis, the pandemic, and the war in Ukraine has further weakened Angola’s semi-colonial economy. It fell to the colonial administrator, João...

A Predictable and Therefore Avoidable Tragedy in Sudan

The bourgeois media never tires of writing about the probable complications of the conflict in Sudan. They just don't write about who is--both directly...

Guinea-Bissau: UNTG-CS belongs to the working class, not to the coup plotters!

The National Union of Workers of Guinea-Bissau (UNTG), which is the largest trade union in the country, was created on May 18, 1961, as...

Sudan: Serious risk of civil war and the involvement of neighboring countries

On Saturday April 15, an armed confrontation broke out between the Sudanese Army and the RSF (Rapid Support Forces) paramilitary groups. On one side...

Stalinism and Pan-Africanism – Part V

In previous articles of this series, we discussed the national struggles of colonial and semi-colonial peoples, particularly on the African continent, including the creation...

The genocide in the Belgian Congo and the struggle for reparation

The genocide carried out by the Belgian king resulted in the death of eight to ten million Congolese. By Cesar Neto Belgium is a small country,...

Angola | MPLA Once Again Commits Election Fraud to Stay in Power

The government, like other dictatorships, tries to present itself as a democracy to the international community. By: CSP-Conlutas, Brazil As expected, the MPLA (Popular Movement for...

Stalinism and Pan-Africanism – Part IV

In previous articles, we have seen how the abandonment of the anti-colonial struggle was carried out by the Third International after Stalin and Dimitrov...

South Africa| The end of illusions and the struggle against Mandela's legacy

Several events taking place in South Africa in recent months show the increasingly tense political situation in the country. Among these events, we can...

46 years of waiting for a free and independent Western Sahara

The plight of Western Sahara is a cause that is often portrayed as a nostalgic battle that only romantics insist on defending. However, the...

The Wagner Group: Russian Mercenaries in Africa

The occupation of Ukraine has opened several debates on international policy issues. In this text, we want to examine a little-known organization called the...

Stalinism and Pan-Africanism – Part 2

This is the second in a series of articles we are publishing to combat the ideology that seeks to equal Stalinism, Marxism and Pan-Africanism,...

South Africa | Workers on strike against the Zionist boss show the strength of boycott campaigns

On November 22nd, 5,000 workers from various facilities and distribution centers belonging to the dairy company Clover were swept by a powerful strike that...

Stalinism and Pan-Africanism

This is the first of three articles we are going to publish to address the discussion on Pan-Africanism and Stalinism. The aim is to...