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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 took over its leadership. This...

The Wagner Group: Russian Mercenaries in Africa

The occupation of Ukraine has opened several debates on international policy issues. In this...

Stalinism and Pan-Africanism – Part 2

This is the second in a series of articles we are publishing to combat...

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...

Stalinism and Pan-Africanism

This is the first of three articles we are going to publish to address...

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...

The Working Class Takes the Stage in Africa

The situation in Africa is escalating. As class struggle becomes more polarized, new, more intense fights are on the horizon. Although, a new element...

Coups, Counter-coups, Insurrections and Demonstrations in Africa

The number of coup d'États in the world in 2021 was the highest in two decades, totaling seven coups. Of these, four were successful,...

The Democratic Republic of the Congo: A Light at the End of the Tunnel

The Democratic Republic of Congo, or Congo Kinshasa, possesses and exploits massive mineral reserves of cobalt, coltan, gold, copper, uranium and also has one...

Chad: Political and social crisis and the responsibility of French imperialism

Yves Mwana Mayas Cesar Neto   On April 11, the presidential elections were held in Chad. Idriss Deby Itno, who has been in power for 30 years,...

Senegal: The Spark That Was Missing

Introduction: The month of March started with yet another country saying loud and clear: this world capitalist crisis, its consequences and the pandemic are unbearable....

Nigeria: The first battle of the long war

Nigeria: The first battle of the long war For almost fifteen days the youth and popular sectors showed their anger against the Government of Buhari....

NIGERIA: from days of struggle against police to the semi-insurrectionary process

Nigeria has been going through a revolutionary process for the last three weeks. It began with the fight against one sector of the police,...

German Imperialism and Volkswagen: Dirty Games Continue

German imperialism and its companies have a long history of land grabbing, theft of mineral and agricultural wealth, as well as overexploitation of workers....

Africa Must Not Pay Foreign Debt to Fight Poverty

In October 2019, long before the global coronavirus epidemic, the World Bank already said without shame that: "If the circumstances remain the same, the...

A Ticking Time Bomb from North to South Africa

When we talked a bit about the "invisibility" of Africa on the Covid-19 pandemic in the mainstream news, many people must have thought, "I...

African governments and COVID-19 prevention: hypocrisy and irresponsibility

To start talking about prevention on the African continent, we must state a fact that overlaps everything and anything that is discussed. The most basic...

Nationalize and Rebuild African State-Owned Mining Companies

This text aims to present a continuation of the discussion initiated in “The imperialist financial capital in Africa - Overexploitation of the working class...

The Imperialist Tragedy of African Migration

EUROPEAN RIGHT-WING AND FAR-RIGHT SECTORS denounce that migration to the European continent is the reason for all ills of Europe. By Asdrubal Barbosa for...