Haitians March On Canadian Embassy

By Yves Engler. -

People everywhere around the world love and respect Canadians, or so we’re told. So how do you explain what’s going on in Haiti? On Sunday protesters in Port-au-Prince marched on the Canadian [...]

Opposing All Governments Equally Is Supporting The Most Powerful Government

By Caitlin Johnstone. -

The US-centralized empire is waging nonstop wars that have killed millions of human beings just since the turn of this century, and people will still say things like "We've really got to do [...]

Thomas Sankara: A United Front Against Debt

By Progressive International. -

At the 1987 summit of the Organization of African Unity, Thomas Sankara warned that he would not live to attend another meeting if Burkina Faso were alone in resisting its debt obligations. A few [...]

Haitians Continue To Resist Dictatorship And Imperialist Forces

By People's Dispatch. -

Protests continue in Haiti against the dictatorship of Jovenel Moïse and the neo-colonialist, imperialist forces that back him. Tens of thousands took to the streets in Haiti’s capital [...]

Neither Washington Nor Beijing?

By Carlos Martinez, Invent the Future. -

A newcomer to politics would likely assume that members of the global left support the People’s Republic of China. It is after all led by a communist party, with Marxism as its guiding ideology. [...]

On The Critical Predation Of China

By the Qiao Collective. -

Amidst the feverish critiques of China made by a growing cadre of “China scholars,” “media watchers,” and “think tank freelancers” across the Western world (the “free world,” they might tell [...]

COVID-19, The Climate Crisis, And Mutual Aid

By Tina Gerhardt, The Progressive. -

After COVID-19 struck in spring 2020, the absence of a concerted federal response prompted people across the country to begin self-organizing everything from food distribution to sewing squads to [...]

2020 Latin America And The Caribbean In Review: The Pink Tide May Rise Again

By Roger Harris, Popular Resistance. -

The balance between the US drive to dominate Latin America and the Caribbean and its counterpart, the Bolivarian cause of regional independence and integration, tipped portside by year end 2020 [...]

“The Threat Comes From The Neoliberal Right”

By Ajamu Baraka, Hood Comunist. -

For many of us in the Black Alliance for Peace, for many of us in the Black Left, no fundamental change is going to take place as a result of Biden’s victory. We know that the neo-liberal [...]

Elections And The Path To Socialism In Venezuela

By Margaret Flowers, Clearing the FOG. -

On December 6, Venezuelans elected a new National Assembly with a left political majority. This election, which was well-run and legitimate despite what the imperialist media and countries say, [...]

The Congo: Kabila And Tshisekedi, A Coalition In Peril

By Maurice Carney, Friends of the Congo. -

The deal between former President Joseph Kabila and his coalition, Front commun pour le Congo (FCC) and current President Felix Tshisekedi and his Coalition, Cap pour le changement (CACH), has [...]

What If They Called An Election And Nothing Changed In The War State?

By Danny Sjursen, Tom Dispatch. -

In this mystifying moment, the post-electoral sentiments of most Americans can be summed up either as “Ding dong! The witch is dead!” or “We got robbed!” Both are problematic, not because the two [...]

On Contact: Radical Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton, popularized by the musical, "Hamilton," was the first treasury secretary of the United States. He has been called 'the founding father of capitalism and imperialism,' but [...]

When Confronted By Hungry Bellies, Us Imperialists Reach For Their Guns

By Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research. -

In 1965, Ghana’s Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah published a bold book, Neo-Colonialism: The Last Stage of Imperialism. In this book, Nkrumah documented in great detail the way in which European and [...]

Shutting Down AFRICOM, International Solidarity And The US Elections

By Margaret Flowers, Clearing the FOG. -

October 1, 2020, marked the twelfth anniversary of AFRICOM, the United States military's presence in Africa. An international day of action was organized to call for AFRICOM to be shut down and [...]