An interview with Alexander Norton//12:29am, May 17th '21
All the questions socialists have about China but were too afraid to ask
In the 1990s and 2000s conventional Western wisdom was that China had long abandoned socialism. But by 2018, when president Xi Jinping lauded Marx as the greatest thinker of modern times at the closing....
Akash Chatterjee India//1:58am, May 8th '21
65 Years of Dien Bien Phu Victory Day
65 years ago on the Muong Thanh plain, amid the Northwestern mountains and forests, the Vietnamese people and armed forces, under the leadership of the Party headed by President Ho Chi Minh, fought the....
Owen Williamson USA//11:02pm, May 6th '21
Worker's strike in Colombia
Violence and chaos that has engulfed the South American nation of Colombia in recent days continues “out of control,” according to a Facebook posting by Colombian television journalist Ignacio Romero.....
Akash Chatterjee India//4:42am, May 4th '21
History in Kerala: New Beginning of Left Chapter in India?
The Left Democratic Front (LDF) has won a thumping majority in the assembly election of the state Kerala. LDF has won 99 out of 140 seats in the state's legislative assembly, the highest in their history.....
Nishan Chatterjee India//5:58pm, May 1st '21
The relevance of Mayday and working class: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Long long time ago, in the land called America, there was a city called Chicago. But this America was not the dreamland that every third-worlder aspires. It was a dismal place. It was an industrial hellhole.....
Srutayu Bhattacharya India//11:33pm, Apr 30th '21
"Stolen by the Rich": Capitalism and European Football
Last week, European football supporters have issued a clarion call to discard the proposal of the newly planned European Super League(ESL) orchestrated by the owners of the elite clubs. Their anger is....
Yanis Iqbal India//11:38pm, Apr 27th '21
Syria's Ignominious Role in the Lebanese Civil War
April 9, 1976. The Syrian military intervenes in Lebanon to fight against the National Movement (NM) and Palestinians. Kamal Jumblatt - the leader of the NM - was too radical for the liking of Damascus.....
Dan Brook USA//11:51pm, Apr 26th '21
How to Succeed at Globalization While Failing the World
Globalization can mean various things. In its neutral sense, it is simply international connectedness, including the transnational flow of ideas, people, money, culture, food, fashion, religion, music,....
Cristian Junior Brazilian History researcher and teacher//2:31pm, Apr 23rd '21
The social dimension of the pandemic in Brazil
It's done. Brazil reached 350 thousands of pandemic deaths. Although there is the biological factor – the virus itself -, it looks small in front of its social nature. This disease doesn’t mean a “natural....
Akash Chatterjee India//3:17am, Apr 20th '21
The 8th Party Congress is All About Changes and Major Shifts For the Communist Party Of Cuba
The 8th party Congress of the Communist Party in Cuba reflected major changes and shifts in power. Inaugurated on the 16th of April, 2021, the four-day party congress took some very interesting decisions....
Jad Kabbanji. Independent Researcher from Canada//9:11pm, Apr 6th '21
Lebanon: Towards the second phase of the uprising
Dr Mohamed Ajami died on Sunday, March 28 in a car accident. He is the latest emblematic victim of the systemic crisis that hits Lebanon. A victim of roads full of potholes, a victim of the lack of electricity....