Lebanon: Towards the second phase of the uprising
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

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The Scotland Election and the Communist Party: Conditions and Possibilities
Akash Chatterjee India//11:18pm, Apr 4th '21

The Scotland Election and the Communist Party: Conditions and Possibilities

As the country Scotland is heading towards the national elections in 2021, new possibilities are starting to emerge for the Communist Party of Britain. It seems that the party is going to have the largest

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The narrative of prison and solitude
Mamdouh Makram Egypt//8:56pm, Mar 28th '21

The narrative of prison and solitude

In Egypt, everything has become a camp (that is, a military community), as if the whole society has become a large battalion controlled by a single, inspiring commander, and falsehood does not come from

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Assembly 2021:  Can the Left become the proverbial dark horse in West Bengal?
Akash Chatterjee India//1:42pm, Mar 25th '21

Assembly 2021: Can the Left become the proverbial dark horse in West Bengal?

The state of West Bengal is heading towards one of the most crucial assembly elections in recent year. Earlier, it was presumed that this election would be quite a bi-polar election, where two main forces,

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The Insurgency and Banditry Industry in Nigeria
Clarius Ugwuoha Nigeria//9:38pm, Mar 17th '21

The Insurgency and Banditry Industry in Nigeria

Boko Haram, loosely translated to mean, "Western Education is Forbidden," began their radical onslaught against the northern part of Nigeria and neighboring countries, first in ineffective cells, then

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Haiti: Danny Shaw Reporting on the Serious Political and Social Crisis
Prof. Danny Shaw//3:44pm, Mar 7th '21

Haiti: Danny Shaw Reporting on the Serious Political and Social Crisis

COHA’s Senior Research Fellow, professor Danny Shaw, opens a window to the mass movement in Haiti which is demanding President Jovenel Moïse step down and cease rule by decree.Demonstrators are also

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Is China a capitalist country or a communist one?
Xiaoming Guo Canada//11:01pm, Mar 5th '21

Is China a capitalist country or a communist one?

The market economy is the economy of capital operations with private ownership. As a result, when China adopts the market economy, it is a kind of capitalism. Yet we cannot say that China is not towards

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Catalonia: Pablo Hasel And The Resurgence of the Left
Akash Chatterjee India//1:38am, Mar 4th '21

Catalonia: Pablo Hasel And The Resurgence of the Left

The pictures of mass gathering and agitations are nothing new on the streets of Catalonia. Since 2017, the streets of Catalonia have been witnessing huge mass upsurges and movements against the authoritarian

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People's Brigade in Kolkata, India
Akash Chatterjee India//11:18pm, Mar 1st '21

People's Brigade in Kolkata, India

Yesterday, near about a million people gathered under the banner of left leading alliance 'Sanjukta Morcha' in Kolkata, West Bengal. As the 2021 assembly election is heading in West Bengal, the left parties

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Class Against Class
Brian Topping England//11:46pm, Feb 25th '21

Class Against Class

The more that is exposed about Matt Hancock’s corrupt habits as Tory Health Minister, the less sophisticated his actions are shown to be. The latest has to be true as it would implausible as fiction.

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The 21st February We Do Not Know
Akash Chatterjee India//8:07pm, Feb 21st '21

The 21st February We Do Not Know

Today is observed as the International Mother Tongue Day; we need to recapitulate the forgotten political facts on 21st February, 1952. The movement regarding Bengali language was never a predominantly

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Vietnam's defeat of imperialism portends to the US empire's ultimate downfall
Rainer Shea USA//9:53pm, Feb 10th '21

Vietnam's defeat of imperialism portends to the US empire's ultimate downfall

In his song Guns of the Viet Minh, communist hip hop musician Marcel Cartier wrote:U.S. rulers in a frenzy and panicStart to send soldiers into the battleBut the problem was these troops didn't haveA tenth

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