Roger McKenzie//3:57pm, Mar 22nd '23
French Communists: ‘We can definitely win’ no confidence vote against Macron on pensions
French Communists said Saturday that they “can definitely win” a vote of no confidence in the government of President Emmanuel Macron.Monday’s confidence vote was tabled after Macron decided to force....
Luis Lazaro Tijerina USA//6:43pm, Mar 20th '23
The 20th anniversary of the Iraq War
American imperialist wars have always been wars of murdering invasions which inevitably bring about social and political chaos once their troops have forced their adversaries to submit to a political alliance....
Jerry Grey China//6:40pm, Mar 18th '23
Timing is Everything
About the only thing that is certain on the issue of the Nord Stream sabotage is that China didn’t do it. But, as global headlines declare, the plot keeps thickening as theories keep changing even that....
Francis Garikayi//11:12pm, Mar 16th '23
MONEY, FINANCE AND CAPITAL ACCUMULATION IN ZIMBABWE
IntroductionThe Southern African nation of Zimbabwe became the first country in the world to record hyperinflation in the 21st century. In November 2008, the country’s month-over-month inflation reached....
Karl Fluri Canada//10:44pm, Mar 14th '23
Largest Bank Collapse Since 2008 Crisis Hits the U.S.
The United States (U.S.) is facing the most significant banking crisis since 2008, with three banks: Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), Signature Bank, and Silvergate Capital, collapsing in the last 48 hours.....
Karl Fluri Canada//9:09pm, Mar 13th '23
Capitalism and Corruption the Normalising Effects of Legality
Historically, legalisation and criminalisation have impacted the perception of morality for many people. Criminal behaviour is often more broadly perceived as harmful and restricted to those of poor character.....
Stewart McGill UK//8:29pm, Mar 12th '23
Sleepwalking into War - Part 2
Why the Inflation Reduction Act matters to Africa, Europe and saving the environment. The previous article focused on how decoupling is all about impeding China’s development. In this, we will talk....
Jerry Grey China//8:55pm, Mar 11th '23
US Failed But China Won The Peace
Whilst it is certain there may be some people in the world who do not want to see a peaceful Middle East, there are many millions more, especially those who live in the region who do.Tensions between Saudi....
Stewart McGill UK//1:14am, Mar 11th '23
Sleepwalking into War - Part 1
MINERALS AND CHIPS “Decoupling” and ‘Inflation Reduction Act” A Two-Faced American Aggression. In the first of these articles I look at how America’s “Decoupling” from China threatens world....
Helen Kennedy Canada//1:52pm, Mar 8th '23
Canadian women fight to make government’s $10-per-day childcare promise a reality
Ask anyone in the women’s movement what they believe is the most important program to ensure women’s equality, and they more often than not will reply, “childcare.” That’s why the Canadian federal....
Valentin Cartillier France//12:56am, Mar 8th '23
175 years of the Communist Manifesto and Workers Strike in Europe
Of course, we have all read, and all do read the Communist Manifesto. As we celebrate its 175th anniversary it is imperative to not only consider how we read it, but how it reads us. For how can it be....