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Cuban Leader: Our Horizon Continues to be Socialist

Dear comrades, Brothers and sisters of struggle, In times like the ones we are living in, challenging and disheartening for the vast majority of people, victims of multiple simultaneous crises caused by the declining capitalism that pushes the world towards barbarity, is very comforting to hold an event that convened us for three days in Havana to realistically…

Is Russia Imperialist?

By Andrew Murray Communist Review #105 (Autumn 2022) The question of the social nature of the Russian state has resurfaced as an issue of discussion in the wake of the invasion of Ukrainian territory ordered by Vladimir Putin in February 2022. The Communist Party and the anti-war movement in this country have condemned the invasion and declared it unjustified…

CP Venezuela: the Class Struggle in Latin America and the Caribbean

Below is the contribution of the CP Venezuela to the International Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties in Havana, Oct. 27-29, 2022. Dear Comrades We would first like to thank the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) and the Cuban people for the hospitality and the extraordinary organization of this event, even in the midst of the difficulties imposed…

Book Review: Winston Churchill: His Times, His Crimes

Reviewed by Michael Drohan November 15, 2022 Winston Churchill: His Times, His Crimes by Tariq Ali. (Verso Books, New York and London 2022; pp 432.) Tariq Ali, the author, states that his reason for writing this devastating portrait of Winston Churchill is to correct the record on the cult that has arisen recently around Churchill in the UK and beyond…

The West Is Using COP27 to Shift Blame to Poorer Nations

By Prabir Purkayastha, Independent Media Institute November 17, 2022 In the hands of capital, “clean” natural gas is worse than “dirty” coal. But rich nations have devised an elaborate system to conceal facts and shift blame to poorer nations. COP27 has begun in Sharm el-Sheikh. Although the Ukraine war and the U.S. midterm elections have shifted…

Weaponizing the International Criminal Court

International Criminal Court (ICC) continues to serve as a “battering ram for U.S. and NATO policy,” as the former U.S. ambassador-at-large for war crimes in the Clinton administration defined it. The quote above does not come from President Putin of Russia or from President Xi of China. It comes from David Scheffer, former U.S. Ambassador-at-Large…

Total Cost of 2022 State and Federal Elections Projected to Exceed $16.7 Billion

By Taylor Giorno and Pete Quist The total cost of 2022 state and federal midterm elections is projected to exceed $16.7 billion, according to a new OpenSecrets analysis. Federal candidates and political committees are expected to spend $8.9 billion, while state candidates, party committees and ballot measure committees are on track to raise $7.8 billion…

Billionaire Wealth Up 50 Percent Since the Start of the Pandemic

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Institute for Policy Studies has tracked the explosive growth of U.S. billionaire wealth — one of the most disturbing signs of inequality during a crisis that has devastated ordinary families. November 21, 2022 update: Billionaire Wealth Slips, But Still 50 Percent Gain Since Pandemic Start US billionaires…

After the UN Vote, Cuba Replies to the US

The international community showed for the thirtieth time its unrestricted support for Cuba and the need to put an end to the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States. However, it did not deter Washington from arriving in the United Nations with an inadmissible discourse that attempts to justify its genocidal policy…

Major Rail Strike Looms as Largest Rail Union Rejects White House-Brokered Contract

The largest railroad workers union in the United States announced Monday that its members voted to reject a contract negotiated with the help of the Biden White House, once again raising the prospect of a major strike or lockout as employees revolt over profitable rail giants’ refusal to provide adequate paid sick leave. The Transportation Division…

Xi Jinping, Justin Trudeau, and White Supremacist Ideology

Western arrogance and anger about the economic prowess of a non-white nation resulted in Xi Jinping’s very public dressing down of Justin Trudeau.  The Group of 20, or G20, comprises those nations said to be those with the largest economies in the world. The heads of state who attend the annual summit may have meaningful meetings with one another…

The West Must Stop Blocking Ukraine-Russia Negotiations

By Vijay Prashad The refusal to initiate talks is prolonging a war that is ugly and unnecessary. Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022. This war has been horrendous, though it does not compare with the terrible destruction wrought by the US bombardment of Iraq (“shock and awe”) in 2003. In the Gomel region of Belarus that borders Ukraine…

Robert Griffiths: “The General Crisis of Capitalism Has Returned with a Vengeance”

CP Britain General Secretary Robert Griffiths gives an overview of the tasks of the communist movement in Britain and worldwide: The impact of the Covid pandemic on many capitalist economies has had the effect of masking and disrupting their increasingly synchronised economic cycle. Growth rates in the major economies (the US, Germany, Britain, France…

Democrats Will Keep Israel Policies as Leaders Change

By Michael F. Brown November 18, 2022  Electronic Intifada A new generation of Democratic leaders will soon come into focus in the US. Nancy Pelosi, speaker in the House of Representatives, has announced she is stepping down from the Democratic leadership. She will continue as a member of Congress following the recent brutal attack on her husband in…

The TUEL Legacy and Its Relevance Today

By Chris Townsend November 25, 2022 A little more than 100 years have passed since the founding conference of the Trade Union Educational League (TUEL).  The TUEL gathering in August of 1922, in Chicago, was the culmination of several years of patient organizing by William Z. Foster and other experienced left trade union leaders.  All were united…

After the Election: The Road Ahead

By Greg Godels November 13, 2022 Without saying it in so many words, The Wall Street Journal summarized the results of the November 8 mid-term election: The US electorate feared the Republicans more than they disliked the Democrats. Historically, a major party with an incumbent president overseeing a painful economy and with the President polling negatively…

“Lions Led by Asses”

By Chris Townsend November 27, 2022 For centuries there have been observers and commentators that periodically point out when our leaders are failures, sometimes disastrously so. That the “leaders” are not up to the task at hand. Early 4th century Greek general Chabrias concluded that, “an army of deer commanded by a lion is more to be feared…

Book Review: The Black Agenda

Reviewed by Roger D. Harris November 2022 The Black Agenda by Glen Ford. (OR Books, 2022.  344 pp.) Of the traditional US holidays, Thanksgiving was by far my favorite. I can do without the excessive commercialization of Christmas with its cheesy music that broadcasts for weeks on end. Cancel the forced festiveness of New Year’s and the sloppy drunks…

Bolivia’s Socialist Government Confronts Separatist, Racist Uprising

By W.T. Whitney  Jr. November 10, 2022 With the exception of a coup-government interregnum in 2019-2021, the Movement Toward Socialism political party (MAS) has headed Bolivia’s government since the beginning of Evo Morales’s presidency in 2006. The MAS government now led by President Luis Arce and Vice President David Choquehuanca announced on…

Book Review: Climate Change as Class War

Reviewed by Blair Bertaccini November 2022 Climate Change as Class War: Building Socialism on a Warming Planet; by Matthew T. Huber. (Verso 2022. 320 pp.) It is rare when a book on the current climate crisis quotes extensively from Marx and Engels and uses their works to show a path to avoid catastrophe for us on this planet. For it is not a question…

From the Classics: On the Development of the Working Class

From the Communist Manifesto ( 1848) The proletariat goes through various stages of development. With its birth begins its struggle with the bourgeoisie. At first the contest is carried on by individual labourers, then by the workpeople of a factory, then by the operative of one trade, in one locality, against the individual bourgeois who directly exploits…

Final Declaration of the 22nd Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties

Final Declaration of 22nd International Meeting of Communist and Workers’ Parties November 4, 2022 Havana, Cuba “Solidarity with Cuba and all the struggling peoples. United we are stronger in the anti-imperialist struggle, together with social and popular movements, in the face of capitalism and its policies, the threat of fascism and war; in defense…

Brazilian Democracy Scores a Victory against Considerable Odds

By Gustavo A. Maranges October 30, 2022  Resumen Latinoamericano Just a few minutes ago, Brazil’s Supreme Electoral Tribunal announced Lula da Silva’s victory by over 2 million votes or 1.5%. Undoubtedly it was a tight race with many obstacles for the progressive candidate, but in the end, the people’s will to leave behind 4 years of a disastrous…

KKE Contribution to Ideological Seminar in Caracas, Venezuela

Written Contribution of the CP of Greece (KKE) at the Third International Ideological Seminar of the CP of Venezuela 100th anniversary of the foundation of the USSR: The conclusions drawn from the socialist revolution, socialist construction, and their overthrow in the USSR are of great importance for the Communist and Workers’ Parties in the contemporary…

Speech of Kemal Okuyan, TKP General Secretary to Havana Meeting

Speech of KEMAL OKUYAN, TKP General Secretary October 29, 2022 at the 22nd International Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties in Havana, Cuba. Dear comrades, On behalf of the Communist Party of Turkey, I greet you with the most sincere feelings of comradeship. We all came to Havana, knowing that this meeting has a very special meaning. I would…


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