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The Road Ahead for the U.S. Labor Movement

By ERNIE GOTTA The working class in the U.S. faces many challenges. Working people are living through a difficult but dynamic moment when hundreds of thousands have been inspired by...

Iranian Counterattack Creates More Uncertainty in the Middle East

In response to the criminal Israeli attack on its embassy in Damascus, the capital...

Understanding the TikTok Ban

By HERMAN MORRIS On March 13, a bipartisan bill passed the House that would force...

Strong Support for Palestine in the Arab World

This week, mobilizations took place in several Arab countries in support of the struggle...

Brazil: Why 60 years of Dictatorship Cannot be Erased, As Lula Wants

By: Luiz Carlos Prates (Mancha) A policy of mutual agreement between U.S. imperialism, the military,...

Brazil: Why 60 years of Dictatorship Cannot be Erased, As Lula Wants

By: Luiz Carlos Prates (Mancha) A policy of mutual agreement between U.S. imperialism, the military, multinational and national companies, and conservative sectors of civil society...

The 2024 Indian elections: An Historic Election 

By Adhiraj The dates for the Indian national elections have been announced. The voting for the elections will take place in seven phases beginning with...

Palestine: Six Months of Genocide and Resistance

The genocide of Palestinians in Gaza, which has been executed by the State of Israel, has now been happening for six months. The genocide...

As Elections Approach: Which Way for Puerto Rico?

By John Prieto “The United States controls our economy, our commerce. Puerto Rico must determine a price for its products that is acceptable to the...

Colombia Needs a Constituent Assembly

On March 13, the southwestern indigenous mobilization began as a political expression of the centuries-old demands of the indigenous and Afro-descendant peoples that are...

The Municipal Elections in Türkiye

By Kırmızı Gazete 1. The results of the municipal elections are likely to lead to a structural change in Turkish politics. As a result of...

Electoral Bonds in India: A Form of Legalized Corruption

By Adhiraj Bose - Mazdoor Inqilab India Following an order from the Supreme Court, the State Bank of India, our largest public sector bank, was...

The Lies and Reality of Putin’s “Elections”

By POI, Party of Internationalist Workers, Russia At first glance, Putin's "landslide victory" in the elections announced by the regime-controlled press may appear to indicate...

Workers’ Voice Holds Second National Congress

By Editorial Board of Workers' Voice Over the March 9-10 weekend, Workers’ Voice (WV) held its second National Congress. Elected delegates and observers from around...

It is Possible to Defeat Milei, Macri, and the IMF’s Plan

By PSTU-Argentina The setback of the Omnibus Law and the subsequent scuffle with the governors due to the conflict in Chubut revealed the weakness of...

Stellantis (formerly Fiat): A Class Analysis

Interview by the editorial team of the PdAC, Italy website The situation of auto factories in Italy is dramatic. Every week brings news of a...

On the 50th Anniversary of Portugal’s Carnation Revolution, The Democracy of the Rich Shows its Limits

By: Em Luta, Portugal The results of Sunday's elections have left the country at a crossroads. The narrow victory of the center-right AD (Democratic Alliance)...

Marielle and Anderson, Presente! Arrest of Masterminds was a Breakthrough, but Investigations Must Continue

By Opinão Socialista The arrest of the masterminds behind the murder of Marielle Franco and Anderson Gomes, six long years after the crime, is a...

El Salvador: Who is Nayib Bukele?

By Daniel Sugasti As expected, on February 4, Nayib Bukele was re-elected president of El Salvador. At the height of his popularity, the presidential candidate...