Castroism and the Central American Revolution

In the debates on the current Cuban situation, a majority sector of the left (defenders of the current Castro regime and its policies) claims that the main problem is the country's "isolation". This is partially true with regard to the commercial and financial U.S. imperialist blockade. However, they hide...

Afghanistan: The final chapter of an imperialist failure

The forces of the Taliban have entered the capital Kabul and taken power. Prior, they had taken most other cities from a national army that was in a state of collapse. Simultaneously, the last remaining US troops in the country began their retreat (by order of president Joe Biden)...

A debate on the blockade and capitalist restoration

What is the US blockade on Cuba? The economic blockade on Cuba is a measure planned by the imperialist administrations of Eisenhower (1953-1961) and Kennedy (1961-1963) to defeat the 1959 Cuban revolution. By Ricardo Ayala and Roberto Herrera In the final phase of the anti-dictatorial struggle against Fulgencio Batista, the 26th of...

Daraa People’s Resistance Prevent Russian, Syrian and Iranian Forces Taking Daraa – So Far Defend Daraa

In a recent article in Syrian Observer, 4 August Analyst: Russian Officer Expelled Syrian Defence Minister from Daraa the author gives an explanation why the incursion forces acted as they did. (I) Hamza al-Hourani, Syrian refugee does not completely agree with the article by Mr. Ahmed Rahal concerning his view...

Freedom for Gabriela Zequeira Hernández

Gabriela is a 17-year-old girl who is a symbol of popular participation in the July 11 in Cuba. She went to the hairdresser that afternoon and went through the demonstration, when she was arrested and severely harassed. In prison, she was a victim of sexist violence, as she had...

Introduction to the Thought of the Arab Marxist Mahdi Amel

Mahdi Amel was born in Lebanon in 1936, where he completed his secondary education. He then moved to France, where he obtained his bachelor’s degree and a doctorate in philosophy. He worked for a short period in Algeria after the victory of the revolution against French colonialism and was...

Defend the People of Daraa

The Syrian revolution began in Daraa al-Balad on March 18, 2011, when Daraa children wrote on the school wall in February, “the people want the fall of the regime”.    Hamza al-Hourani - August 1, 2021   The Political Security Branch in Daraa, which was headed by Brigadier General Atef Najeeb, Bashar al-Assad's...

Down with the Coup d’Etat in Tunisia!

On Sunday, July 25, 2021, President Qais Saied ousted Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi's government, froze parliament for 30 days, banned meetings with more than 3 people, decreed a night curfew and put the army on the streets.   By Fabio Bosco   On that day there were demonstrations in several cities calling for...

South Africa: Riots and Food Looting, the Wheel of History Turned

In recent months, sub-Saharan Africa has been shaken by numerous struggles. Youth and popular struggles in Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Senegal, Swaziland. Worker strikes in Kenya and Guinea. South Africa, ruled and controlled by the ANC/COSATU/Communist Party consortium for 27 years, seemed immune to this wave of struggles. The contradictions were...

eSwatini (Swaziland): Looting, Fires and the Fight against the Monarchy

Swaziland, a small African country, landlocked within South Africa, has been experiencing since May an insurrection that deepened in June, and placed it on the same route as the violent mobilizations in Zimbabwe, Nigeria, and Senegal. The reasons have to do with the fall in commodity prices due to...

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