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Stop US interference: Interview with the Labour Party of Taiwan

We are very pleased to republish this important and informative interview with Wu Rong-yuan, Chairperson of the Labour Party of Taiwan, the island’s main left-wing political party. Wu explains that the Labour Party was founded in March 1989 by three groups of people: veteran political prisoners from the martial law period who had persisted in the…

Temple’s Undergrads Are Taking On the University Bosses

At Temple University, undergraduate students are joining the ranks of higher ed workers who are fighting back. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Coast to coast, the biggest labor struggles happening today are happening at universities. We’ve seen it with grad workers at the University of California and adjuncts at The New School in New York. That…

Hitting the Books: High school students have spent a decade fighting Baltimore’s toxic legacy

Above Photo: (tifonimages / Getty Images) It’s 2023, We’re The Richest Country On The Planet, Why Are We Still Burning Our Trash? There was a time in the last century when we, quite foolishly, believed incineration to be a superior means of waste disposal than landfills. And, for decades, many of America’s most disadvantaged have been paying for…

‘A Game Changing Decision’: Why Louisville Trader Joe’s Employees Voted To Unionize

Above Photo: (Brynn Anderson/AP) The First Trader Joe’s Location In The South Affiliated With Trader Joe’s United. Louisville, Kentucky – Employees at the only Trader Joe’s store in Louisville voted in favor of organizing Thursday evening, becoming the third location of the national grocery chain to form a union. The store’s workers will now…

Nicaragua Is Run By Women With A Distinctive Type Of Feminism

As the Sandinista Revolution is finally able to make its platform a reality, Nicaragua has made significant achievements in healthcare, education, housing, renewable energy and food sovereignty, to name a few. One achievement that is starting to get more attention is the gain in equality for women. The Global Gender Gap Report for 2022 ranked Nicaragua…

Ukraine: The War That Went Wrong

Above Photo: “Everything Must Go”. (Mr. Fish) NATO support for the war in Ukraine, designed to degrade the Russian military and drive Vladimir Putin from power, is not going according to plan. The new sophisticated military hardware won’t help. Empires in terminal decline leap from one military fiasco to the next. The war in Ukraine, another bungled…

US Public Opinion Shifting Sides About Ukraine

Above Photo: Small crowd of pro-Zelensky / NATO/war protesters in front of the White House demanding more weapons for Ukraine. Gallup News/File photo. The US/NATO war on Russia via its proxy Ukraine has awakened significant opposition here in the US. For example, over 90 different actions against the US government, its wars, and imperialism were held…

Latin America refuses to send Ukraine weapons, despite Western pressure

Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia have refused to send weapons to Ukraine, despite pressure by the US and EU. Latin American left-wing leaders have urged peace with Russia and called for neutrality in the West’s new cold war. Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia have rejected requests by the United States and European Union that they send weapons to Ukraine…

Burkina Faso ejects French troops

France originally entered the Sahel to allegedly prevent the southern movement of jihadist elements strengthened by the NATO-led war in Libya. On January 18, 2023, the government of Burkina Faso made a decision to ask the French military forces to depart from the country within a month. This decision was made by the government of Captain Ibrahim Traoré…

Co-Creating A Seafood System Vision In The Galápagos Islands

A process of intention, vision, and prototypes — centered in the seafood system of the Galápagos — with frameworks of Theory U and the 4 Returns. An overview of the Galapagos Seafood System Vision Project. In the upcoming months, Juan Carlos Guzmán will share his expanded reflections on the process. The Galapagos island territory sits off the…

Fossil Fuel Groups ‘Spent Millions’ On Social Media Ads Spreading Climate Disinformation During Cop27

Above Photo: Oil pumps in California. (CGP Grey / Flickr) The cost of living crisis and a surge in fossil fuel prices “turbocharged an ecosystem of disinformation” around the summit, study finds. Fossil fuel-linked groups spent around $4 million on Facebook and Instagram ads that spread false climate claims over the COP27 summit, a new report says…

At San Quentin Prison, Law Students See Restorative Justice In Action

A Santa Clara University Law Professor Says Her Students Should Experience The Criminal Justice System Beyond Just “reading Legal Theories And Judges’ Decisions.” After serving 36 years and seven months, Tommy “Shakur” Ross counted down the last four days of serving a life sentence with the possibility of parole at San Quentin State Prison…

Mass Protests By Climate Activists Follow Eviction Of Occupied German Village

Lützerath, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany – Thousands protested the planned expansion of an immense open-pit coal mine, one of the largest in Europe. The forceful eviction of climate activists who were occupying Lützerath for more than two years and the demolition of the village itself became a call to action, sparking the largest protest yet…

Setting Up A Food Hub: Where Do You Start?

Above Photo: Fresh produce from Lincolnshire. (Doddington Hall Farm Shop) Looking for advice on how to set up a food hub in your local area? Greater Lincolnshire Food Partnership share their experience and top tips for where to get started. The food system in the UK is largely centralised. We get our food through long and complex supply chains, which don’t…

Launch Of The International People’s Tribunal On US Imperialism

 After two years of dedication, we are excited to officially announce the launch of the International People’s Tribunal on U.S. Imperialism: Sanctions, Blockades, and Economic Coercive Measures. This project is a first-ever international effort to build systems of accountability—rooted in global cross-movement solidarity—both within and outside…

Chris Hedges: Will Julian Assange Ever Be Freed?

 Chris Hedges speaks with film producer and brother of Julian Assange, Gabriel Shipton, on his new film that follows his family’s journey to see Julian freed. The film Ithaka, the title taken from a poem by C.P Cavafy, chronicles the slow-motion torture and execution of the Australian journalist Julian Assange, currently awaiting extradition to…

War With China Could Come As Soon As 2025

Above photo: Air Force Gen. Michael A. Minihan, the head of Air Mobility Command, warned troops in a memo that a war with China is possible in 2025. Isaac Olivera/375th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs. Air Force Gen. Mike Minihan struck a Dr. Strangelove pose in urging the troops under his command to be ready to fight China in two years. Aim for the…

What Causes Inflation?

 What is inflation? What causes it? What are the problems in how the Federal Reserve and other central banks respond to it? Economists Radhika Desai and Michael Hudson explain in this episode of Geopolitical Economy Hour. Transcript RADHIKA DESAI: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the second Geopolitical Economy Hour. I’m Radhika Desai. MICHAEL HUDSON…

Ukraine: RAND Study Sees Risks In Prolonged War

Here is their summary table for economic measures: The first three measures were implemented when the war in Ukraine was launched. The geopolitical measures included an option of providing lethal aid to Ukraine. This would create the risk that Russia would respond militarily and eventually take more of Ukraine than the two Donbas republics: Taking more…

To US Papers, Iranian Weapons More Newsworthy Than Those Made In USA

Above photo: Collage of Washington Post, New York Times and Wall Street Journal headlines by Kat Sewon Oh. Russia’s use of Iranian-made drones in the Ukraine war has garnered substantial attention in flagship US news outlets like the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post. These papers’ first references to the matter came…

Amilcar Cabral and the South Africans

Above Photo: (GCIS / Flickr) Amilcar Cabral’s influence stretched far beyond the Portuguese colonies, profoundly influencing the political struggle in South Africa, past and present. In 2021, the South African government was provided with funding of around €700 million (ZAR13 billion), from the German government to decommission its coal-based power…

These Tenants Fought Boston University For Ownership Of Their Homes, And Won

Above Photo: A tenant holds a sign reading “Save Our Hood,” at a community rally in the Baldwin Hills neighborhood urging Boston University officials not to sell their buildings to investors in Los Angeles, Monday, Dec. 26, 2022. (Photo by Damian Dovarganes / AP Photo) A Wealthy Philanthropist Donated Four Apartment Buildings In L.A.’S Baldwin…

90 Seconds to Midnight?

A Clear Signal To The US Leadership That There Will Be No Survivors In Any Nuclear Exchange Between The US And Russia. The Russian guided missile frigate, the Admiral Gorshkov, is in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, ostensibly heading toward the east coast of the United States, part of a planned journey which began on 4 January 2023 and is expected…

The Abuse Of The Concept Of ‘Populism’

What is populism? The word is often used by corporate media but without any analysis of its true meaning. ALL regimes based on class antagonism require a discourse to legitimise class oppression and this discourse in turn requires a vocabulary of its own. The neoliberal regime too has developed its own discourse and vocabulary and a key concept in this…

Mission Creep? How the US role in Ukraine has slowly escalated

Above Photo: (Master Sgt. Sean M. Worrell / U.S. Air Force) The Biden team has quietly blown past red lines of involvement. The question now, is how far is it willing to go. When the United States involves itself militarily in a conflict, it often finds it hard to get itself out, let alone avoid deep entanglements that blow well past lines it had drawn…


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