Automaker Audi slashes 9,500 jobs in Germany

By Dietmar Gaisenkersting, 27 November 2019

The job cuts are part of a global offensive against autoworkers, which could cost at least 15 percent of the jobs of Germany’s 820,000 workers in the auto and parts industries.

Co-workers say Detroit Fiat Chrysler worker died after being told to pay $800 for ambulance ride to hospital

By Shannon Jones, 27 November 2019

The young autoworker suffering chest pains died after being forced to drive himself to the hospital because management said he would have to pay $828 for a ride in an EMS vehicle.

UAW Region 5 Director Vance Pearson resigns after embezzlement charges

GM lawsuit: UAW engaged in criminal conspiracy with FCA to cut labor costs

More on autoworkers struggles »

Australian PM rejects Pamela Anderson’s appeal that his government defend Assange

By Oscar Grenfell, 27 November 2019

The refusal of the Coalition and Labor to uphold Assange’s rights as an Australian citizen is inextricably tied to their support for the US alliance and their own turn to police state measures.

Doctors’ open letter defending Julian Assange wins global support

By Laura Tiernan, 27 November 2019

An open letter by doctors urging action to save the life of imprisoned WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange has received international media coverage, winning growing support among doctors.

The significance of the doctors’ open letter in defence of Julian Assange

Four years after the Paris Agreement
UN report calls for “radical transformations” to avert global climate catastrophe

By Bryan Dyne, 27 November 2019

Rising global greenhouse gas emissions demonstrate the inability to address climate change under capitalism.

Chile paralyzed by third national strike amid mounting threats of dictatorship

By Andrea Lobo, 27 November 2019

The trade unions are using intermittent strikes to wear down the social upsurge, just as they have done in betraying every major class action since the Pinochet dictatorship.

Canadian government-sponsored Security Forum rails against “strategic adversaries” China and Russia

By Roger Jordan and Keith Jones, 27 November 2019

Trump’s National Security Adviser demanded Canada massively hike military spending, restrict Huawei, and militarize the Arctic to counter China and Russia.

Baltimore, Maryland: Three men exonerated after 36 years behind bars for wrongful murder conviction

By Kate Randall, 27 November 2019

The trio’s harrowing experience was the direct result of a rush to solve a brutal crime, abetted by gross misconduct on the part of police and prosecutors.

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg begins campaign for Democratic nomination

By Barry Grey, 27 November 2019

Bloomberg is seeking effectively either to buy the presidency, or, at the very least, drive the Democratic campaign to the right.

Billionaire Bloomberg enters race for Democratic presidential nomination

Students walk out in support of Nashville teacher victimized for assigning homework on the “N-word”

By Trévon Austin, 27 November 2019

Steven Small was the subject of an anonymous complaint from a parent after he gave students an assignment discussing the 1987 Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Fences” and its use of the racial slur.

Job actions by New York City transit workers

By Alan Whyte, 27 November 2019

The union organized the slowdown because it fears it will be unable to impose the demands of the Democratic Party-run transit agency without provoking a rebellion by workers.

Google fires four workers in apparent retaliation for their workplace activism

By Kevin Reed, 27 November 2019

Google dismissed the workers on Monday in retaliation for their participation in the organized opposition of the workforce to company policies and practices.

Teamsters shut down CN Rail strike, praise Canada’s big business Liberal government

By Keith Jones, 27 November 2019

Everything suggests the union abandoned all, or at least most, of the CN Rail workers’ key demands in their rush to shut down the strike and avert a confrontation with the federal Liberal government.

A secret trial in Canberra points to extent of Australia’s police-state powers

By Mike Head, 27 November 2019

All details of the man’s prosecution and imprisonment, even the very existence of the case, have been suppressed by undisclosed gag orders.

25 November 2019

US navy secretary fired in case of pardoned SEAL war criminal

By Bill Van Auken, 26 November 2019

Trump overrides Navy’s bid to evict war criminal from SEALS

Judge denies “absolute immunity” of White House aides

By Patrick Martin, 26 November 2019

The impeachment crisis and American imperialism

US Attorney General Barr adds to coverup in death of Jeffrey Epstein

By Kevin Reed, 26 November 2019

Epstein scandal engulfs Britain’s Royal family after BBC interview with Prince Andrew

Three homeless men die in abandoned house fire in New York City

By Philip Guelpa, 26 November 2019

Wisconsin’s Democratic governor signs oil lobby-backed bill criminalising free speech

By Jacob Crosse, 26 November 2019

French courts sabotage probe of official financing of Islamic State terrorism

By Francis Dubois, 26 November 2019

Workers and youth protest French president’s visit to Amiens

By Pierre Mabut, 26 November 2019

UK defies UN deadline to hand over Chagos Islands/Diego Garcia to Mauritius

By Jean Shaoul, 26 November 2019

Brazil’s Bolsonaro launches chauvinistic “green and yellow” youth employment program to foster “competitiveness”

By Tomas Castanheira, 26 November 2019

Australian media and intelligence agencies reveal “Chinese spy” defection

By Oscar Grenfell, 26 November 2019

New in Norwegian

Betydningen av legenes åpne brev til forsvar for Julian Assange

Chris Marsden, 27. november 2019

Legenes handling markerer en ny fase i kampen for å få løslatt Assange, fordi den er initiert av ei gruppe profesjonelle arbeidere helt uavhengig, og er drevet av en dyp bekymring for hans skjebne og for demokratiske rettigheter.

Madrid trapper opp represjon i Catalonia etter PSOE-Podemos regjeringsavtale

Alejandro López, 27. november 2019

Den Podemos-støttede sosialdemokratiske PSOE-regjeringen truer med å fremme riksrett-tiltale mot den katalanske regionpremieren, og å redusere anvendelsen av det katalanske språket i Catalonias offentlige skoler.

New in German

Maaßens faschistisches Manifest

der Sozialistischen Gleichheitspartei, 27. November 2019

Hans-Georg Maaßen, der von 2012 bis 2018 das Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz leitete, hat in der Weltwoche einen ausführlichen Beitrag veröffentlicht, den man nur als faschistisches Manifest bezeichnen kann.

Die Bedeutung des Offenen Briefs von Ärzten zur Verteidigung von Julian Assange

Chris Marsden, 27. November 2019

Die Initiative der Ärzte ist ein wichtiger Schritt im Kampf um die Befreiung von Julian Assange. Eine unabhängige Gruppe von Fachleuten sorgt sich nicht nur um sein persönliches Schicksal sondern auch um die Lage der demokratischen Rechte.

Große Koalition plant neue Kriegseinsätze und massive Aufrüstung

Johannes Stern, 27. November 2019

Um ihre Kriegspläne in die Tat umzusetzen, will die Regierung die Bundeswehr massiv aufrüsten und die Militärausgaben in die Höhe schrauben. Das verkündete Verteidigungsministerin Kramp-Karrenbauer am Montag auf einem Stützpunkt der Bundeswehr im Saarland.

Audi baut 9500 Arbeitsplätze in Deutschland ab

Dietmar Gaisenkersting, 27. November 2019

Der Arbeitsplatzabbau bei Audi ist Bestandteil einer internationalen Offensive gegen Autoarbeiter, der Expertenschätzungen zufolge allein in Deutschland bis zu 15 Prozent der 820.000 Arbeitsplätze in der Auto- und Zulieferindustrie zum Opfer fallen werden.

Zehntausende Entlassungen in der Autoindustrie
Aktionstag der IG Metall in Stuttgart

K. Nesan, 27. November 2019

Die IG Metall reagierte mit einem Aktionstag in Stuttgart auf die Wut über die Gewerkschaft, die beim Abbau zehntausender Arbeitsplätze eng mit dem Management zusammenarbeitet.

Lehren für die Arbeiterklasse aus den Hongkonger Protesten

Peter Symonds, 27. November 2019

Da die Hongkonger Protestbewegung nicht auf der Grundlage einer sozialistischen und internationalistischen Perspektive auf die Arbeiterklasse in ganz China zugeht, wird sie vor den Karren verschiedener pro-kapitalistischer Organisationen gespannt.

New in Turkish

Doktorların Julian Assange’ı savunan açık mektubunun önemi

Chris Marsden, 27 Kasım 2019

Doktorların bu girişimi, Assange’a özgürlük mücadelesinde yeni bir aşamaya işaret etmektedir. Zira bu inisiyatif, Assange’ın yazgısı ve demokratik haklar konusunda derin kaygı duyan bir grup uzman işçi tarafından bağımsız bir şekilde alınmıştır.

Doktorlar Julian Assange’ın hayatını kurtarmak için “acil” tıbbi müdahale talep ediyor

Laura Tiernan, 27 Kasım 2019

Britanya’dan ve dünyanın dört bir yanından 65’ten fazla seçkin tıp doktoru, hapse atılan WikiLeaks’in kurucusu ve gazeteci Julian Assange’ın hayatını kurtarmak için acilen harekete geçme çağrısı yapan bir açık mektup yayımladı.

New in French

Les médecins exigent une intervention médicale «urgente» pour sauver la vie de Julian Assange

Laura Tiernan, 27 novembre 2019

Plus de 65 éminents médecins du Royaume-Uni et du monde entier ont publié une lettre ouverte appelant à une action urgente pour protéger la vie du fondateur de WikiLeaks et journaliste Julian Assange.

Préoccupations des médecins au sujet du sort de M. Julian Assange

27 novembre 2019

«En l’absence de ce bilan de santé et du traitement nécessaire de façon urgente, nous craignons, sur la base de l'ensemble des témoignages actuellement disponibles, que M. Assange ne meure en prison».

L'importance de la lettre ouverte des médecins pour la défense de Julian Assange

Chris Marsden, 27 novembre 2019

L’action des médecins marque une nouvelle étape dans la lutte pour la libération d’Assange parce qu’un groupe de professionnels la mène de manière indépendante, animé par un profond souci pour son sort et pour les droits démocratiques.

Des milliers de membres du personnel universitaire britannique entament une grève de huit jours avec l'appui des étudiants

Robert Stevens, 27 novembre 2019

Des centaines de grévistes ont formé des piquets de grève sur les campus universitaires de 63 institutions du Royaume-Uni.

Les leçons des manifestations de Hong Kong pour la classe ouvrière

Peter Symonds, 27 novembre 2019

En l’absence d’un tournant vers la classe ouvrière à la grandeur de la Chine basé sur une perspective socialiste et internationaliste, le mouvement de protestation de Hong Kong se retrouve coincé à la traîne de diverses organisations procapitalistes.

Des travailleurs et des jeunes protestent contre la visite du président français à Amiens

Pierre Mabut, 27 novembre 2019

La ville a été verrouillée avec des contingents de police anti-émeute postés à tous les carrefours, et seulement les invités triés sur le volet pouvaient assister aux engagements officiels.

New in Spanish

El significado de la carta abierta de los doctores en defensa de Julian Assange

Por Chris Marsden, 27 noviembre 2019

La acción de los doctores marca una nueva etapa en la lucha por liberar a Assange porque fue tomada de manera independiente por un grupo independiente de trabajadores profesionales, impulsados por su profunda preocupación por su situación y por los derechos democráticos.

El secretario de la marina estadounidense despedido en caso de SEAL criminal de guerra indultado

Por Bill Van Auken, 27 noviembre 2019

Los crímenes de Gallagher y los otros criminales de guerra perdonados por Trump representan una porción minúscula de los civiles masacrados en las guerras ilegales libradas por el imperialismo estadounidense en los últimos 18 años.

Las lecciones de las protestas de Hong Kong para la clase trabajadora

Por Peter Symonds, 27 noviembre 2019

Dada la falta de un giro a la clase trabajadora de toda China basado en una perspectiva socialista e internacionalista, el movimiento de protesta de Hong Kong está siendo acorralado tras varias organizaciones procapitalistas.

#MeToo lanza un ataque fascista contra la película El oficial y el espía de Polanski

Por Alex Lantier, 27 noviembre 2019

La campaña #MeToo ha lanzado un ataque vitriólico contra la obra maestra cinematográfica de Roman Polanski en el asunto Dreyfus, El oficial y el espía (título en francés: J’accuse [ Yo acuso ]). Con el pleno apoyo del presidente bancario de Francia, Emmanuel Macron, sus partidarios están trabajando para calificar a Polanski como violador, denunciar a los televidentes o partidarios de El oficial y el espía como apologistas de violación y suprimir la película.

New in Russian

По поводу смерти советского диссидента Владимира Буковского (1942–2019)

Клара Вайс, 23 ноября 2019 г.

Жизнь и политическая роль Буковского за последние полвека должны быть поняты в более широком контексте развития Октябрьской революции 1917 года и сталинистской реакции против нее.

New in Arabic

راديكالية الشبيبة العالمية والنضال من أجل الاشتراكية

إريك لندن, ٢٩ تشرين الأول أكتوبر ٢٠١٩

في جميع أنحاء العالم ، في بلدان مختلفة ثقافياً مثل الإكوادور ولبنان وفرنسا وألمانيا والولايات المتحدة والعراق وتشيلي وهايتي ، دخل جيل جديد من شباب الطبقة العاملة في ساحة المعركة من النضال الطبقي العالمي.

New in Bengali

ভারতে মাদারসন মোটরগাড়ি শ্রমিকদের ধর্মঘটকে মাওবাদী ইউনিয়ন নেতৃত্ব ক্রমাগত বিচ্ছিন্ন করে রাখছে

মোসেস রাজকুমার ও শশী কুমার, ২৫ অক্টোবর ২০১৯

মাসারসন অটোমোটিভ টেকনোলজিস অ্যান্ড ইঞ্জিনিয়ারিং (এম-এ-টি-ই বা মেট)-এর শ্রমিকদের দ্বারা সংগঠিত অনির্দিষ্টকালের ধর্মঘট এখন তৃতীয় মাসে পড়ল।

মার্কিন ফ্যাসিবাদকে এক বলিষ্ট না! ট্রাম্পকে গদিচ্যূত করতে গণআন্দোলন গড়ে তুলুন!

সোশ্যালিস্ট ইকুয়ালিটি পার্টি-র রাজনৈতিক কমিটি, ১৪ অক্টোবর ২০১৯

সন্দেহের ওপর ভিত্তি করে যে তদন্ত কংগ্রেস শুরু করেছিল তার পরিপ্রেক্ষিতে রাষ্ট্রপতি ডোনাল্ড ট্রাম্পের প্রতিক্রিয়া প্রকাশ্যেই সম্পূর্ণ ফ্যাসিবাদী চরিত্রের। গত সপ্তাহে মিনিয়াপোলিস, মিনেসোটা ও লেক চার্লসে ট্রাম্প প্রকাশ্যে বিদেশীদের প্রতি আতঙ্ক, জাতিগত বিদ্বেষ এবং ইহুদি-বিদ্বষের স্বপক্ষে কথা বলেছে।

New in Portuguese

O golpe na Bolívia apoiado pelos EUA

Por Bill Van Auken, 14 Novembro 2019

Apoiado por Washington, o violento golpe na Bolívia foi facilitado pela covardia política e traição do governo de Morales e seu partido MAS.

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Perspective

Trump’s war crime pardons: Cultivating a fascistic base in the military

27 November 2019

The unprecedented intervention in defense of Navy Seal Edward Gallagher is aimed not just at facilitating war crimes abroad, but at preparing forces to be used against the working class at home.

Earlier Perspectives »

Featured Commentary

Audio recording refutes Hannah-Jones’ claim that she was falsely quoted by the World Socialist Web Site

By Eric London, 27 November 2019

The World Socialist Web Site publishes the audio of Hannah-Jones’ remarks.

1619 Project director speaks at New York University
Nikole Hannah-Jones, race theory and the Holocaust

By Eric London and David North, 26 November 2019

There was not a single statement made by Hannah-Jones at NYU on historical issues that withstands serious examination.

An open letter from doctors: Julian Assange “could die in prison”

24 November 2019

Mehring Books

Fund Appeal

World Socialist Web Site International Editorial Board Chairman David North appeals for support

The WSWS is launching its 2019-2020 New Year's fund appeal. Watch the appeal and donate today.

Socialist Equality Party

Christoph Vandreier and David North to speak at Sydney Gleebooks launch of Why Are They Back?

27 November 2019

Vandreier’s and North’s discussion will focus on the historical lessons that must be learned in order to build a mass working class movement capable of preventing the disaster of Nazism from taking place on an even greater scale today.

SEP election teams in Britain win warm response

By our reporters, 27 November 2019

The Socialist Equality Party is standing candidates in Sheffield Central, Manchester Central and Holborn and St. Pancras in London.

Thousands of UK university staff begin eight-day strike with support of students

Lecturers and students speak out in UK university strike
”Whether you’re in Hong Kong, Bolivia, Chile or Lebanon, in Britain or in Italy, it’s the same fight…against social inequality and social injustice”

Socialist Equality Party announces candidates in UK general election

By our reporter, 18 November 2019

Socialist Equality Party to stand in UK general election: No to austerity, militarism and war! Free Julian Assange! For class struggle and socialist internationalism!

Socialist Equality Party (UK), 6 November 2019

The Socialist Equality Party will stand candidates in the December 12 UK general election to wage a political struggle against austerity, authoritarian rule, militarism and war.

Commentary

Growing concerns over stability of the international monetary system

By Nick Beams, 27 November 2019

Fears of a possible financial crisis are being fuelled by the experiences of the past decade of monetary policy.

The lessons of the Hong Kong protests for the working class

By Peter Symonds, 26 November 2019

Leaked email on alleged chemical attack shows 2018 strikes against Syria based on lies

By Niles Niemuth, 25 November 2019

Canada’s New Democrats and the Coup in Bolivia—A reply to a reader

By Roger Jordan, 25 November 2019

Arts Review

Ford v Ferrari: Life at high speed

By Joanne Laurier, 27 November 2019

Ford v Ferrari recounts Ford Motor Company’s bid to unseat Ferrari as the reigning champion of Le Mans in the 1960s. The Professor and the Madman tells the fascinating story of the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary .

Modern-day philistinism and reaction: the New York Times considers “canceling” French painter Paul Gauguin

By David Walsh, 25 November 2019

#MeToo launches fascistic attack on Polanski’s film J’accuse

By Alex Lantier, 23 November 2019

J’accuse (An Officer and a Spy): Roman Polanski’s masterpiece on the Dreyfus Affair

Free Assange and Manning

Meetings in Australia and New Zealand pass resolutions demanding freedom of Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning

By our reporter, 26 November 2019

Attendees at meetings in Australia and NZ support campaign for release of Assange and Manning

By our reporters, 26 November 2019

Assange’s lawyer Jennifer Robinson addresses public meetings in Australia

Public meetings in Australia and New Zealand
Stop the US extradition of WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange! Free Assange and Manning!

More on the campaign to Free Assange and Manning »

The New York Times' 1619 Project

IYSSE holds meeting on “Race, Class, and the fight for Socialism” at New York University

By Owen Mullan and Sandy English, 21 November 2019

The New York Times’s 1619 Project: A racialist falsification of American and world history

By Niles Niemuth, Tom Mackaman and David North, 6 September 2019

SEP and IYSSE meeting series in the United States
Race, Class and the Fight for Socialism: Perspectives for the Coming Revolution in America

This meeting series will refute the historical falsifications advanced in the New York Times “1619 Project,” explain their underlying political motivations and present the strategy for socialist revolution in America today.

More on the New York Times’ 1619 Project »

Workers Struggles

Democratic Party calls on Washington Metro Transit Authority to intervene against striking transit workers

By Nick Barrickman, 26 November 2019

Union reaches deal with University of Chicago, creating two-tier system for nurses

By Benjamin Mateus, 26 November 2019

West Midland Trains workers escalate fight against strike-breaking operation

By Michael Barnes, 23 November 2019

Striking Dutch healthcare workers speak about first ever nationwide strike

By Daniel Woreck and Harm Zonderland, 23 November 2019

25 years ago: US House passes General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

On November 30, 1994, the US House of Representatives passed the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) by a 288 to 146 vote. The lame-duck meeting of the Democratic-controlled House sent President Bill Clinton’s legislation to implement an expanded GATT to the Senate for a final vote. Majorities of both Democrats and Republicans supported the trade pact.

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50 years ago: Trial and cover-up of the My Lai Massacre

On November 25, 1969, the first reports emerged in the press that a low-ranking US Army officer, Lieutenant William Calley Jr., would be charged by a military court for killing 109 men, women and children at My Lai, South Vietnam, in March 1968. The charges against Calley were an attempt at damage control after the massacre at My Lai had been made public by journalist Seymour Hersh one week earlier.

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75 years ago: Himmler orders destruction of Auschwitz crematoria

On November 26, 1944, Heinrich Himmler, the chief of German police and director of the Reich Main Security Office for the Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler, ordered preparations to be made for destruction of the crematoria at the Auschwitz concentration camp, at which nearly one million Jews had been murdered.

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100 years ago: Bulgaria signs peace treaty with Allied imperialist powers and Balkan states

On November 27, 1919, as a result of the Paris Peace Conference in the aftermath of the First World War, the Kingdom of Bulgaria signed a treaty with France, Britain, the United States and surrounding states such as Yugoslavia, Greece and Romania at Neuilly-sur-Seine, a suburb of Paris.

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Obituary

On the death of Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky (1942–2019)

By Clara Weiss, 19 November 2019

An understanding of Bukovsky’s life and role in politics over the past half century must be placed within the broader context of the development of the October Revolution of 1917 and the Stalinist reaction against it.

The Socialist Equality Party Election Campaign in Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan presidential election: Workers must prepare to fight moves towards police-state rule

By K. Ratnayake, 16 November 2019

Vote for Pani Wijesiriwardena in the Sri Lankan presidential election! Rally to fight for international socialism!

By Socialist Equality Party (Sri Lanka), 12 November 2019

More on the 2019 Sri Lankan SEP election campaign »

History

David North introduces Turkish-language edition of In Defense of Leon Trotsky at Istanbul Book Fair

By our reporter, 11 November 2019

Mehring Yayıncılık announced the publication of five major works by the International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI) at its Istanbul Book Fair stall, including two authored by David North.

Autoworkers Struggles

From the archive of the WSWS
What is the UAW?

By Shannon Jones, 12 November 2019

Former UAW-GM VP Joe Ashton charged in corruption scheme

How Ford and the UAW plan to cut autoworkers’ health care

Feds may have secretly recorded UAW President Gary Jones ordering cover-up of embezzlement of union funds

Socialist Equality Party

Video: 70 years after the Chinese Revolution—How the struggle for socialism was betrayed

31 October 2019

Introduction to the 1955 SWP resolution “The Third Chinese Revolution and its Aftermath”

From the archives
SWP resolution: The Third Chinese Revolution and its Aftermath

Introduction to the 1951 report to the Fourth International by Chinese Trotskyist Peng Shuzhi

From the archives
The Causes of the Victory of the Chinese Communist Party over Chiang Kai-Shek, and the CCP’s Perspectives

Mehring Books

Mehring Yayıncılık publishes new ICFI books for İstanbul Book Fair

By Ulas Atesci, 29 October 2019

Preface to the Turkish edition of The Russian Revolution and the Unfinished Twentieth Century

By David North, 2 September 2019

Preview the new publication from Mehring Books
Author’s introduction to Bolsheviks Against Stalinism 1928-1933: Leon Trotsky and the Left Opposition

By Vadim Z. Rogovin, 30 August 2019

Now available from Mehring Books
Bolsheviks Against Stalinism 1928-1933: Leon Trotsky and the Left Opposition by Vadim Z. Rogovin

Featured Commentary

Drawing the lessons of the ICFI split—International Strategy and National Tactics: The change in the ICFI’s approach to national liberation movements

By Deepal Jayasekera, 30 September 2019

This lecture was delivered to the Socialist Equality Party (US) Summer School on July 25, 2019 by Deepal Jayasekera, Assistant Secretary of the Socialist Equality Party in Sri Lanka

Introduction to the Turkish language edition of In Defense of Leon Trotsky
Leon Trotsky’s four fateful years in Prinkipo: 1929-1933

By David North, 23 September 2019

The ICFI and the Crisis of Stalinism

The World Capitalist Crisis and the Tasks of the Fourth International: An analysis of the ICFI Perspectives resolution of 1988

The International Committee’s response to the “End of History”: The March 1992 Plenum of the ICFI

The Dissolution of the USSR and the Unipolar Moment of US Imperialism

China: Thirty years since the Tiananmen Square massacre

The Political Origins and Consequences of the 1982–86 Split in the International Committee of the Fourth International

The 2020 US Elections

Joe Biden: A familiar face, a deeply reactionary record

By Patrick Martin, 23 September 2019

Amy Klobuchar: The favorite Democrat of Senate Republicans

By George Gallanis, 19 August 2019