Degrowth Communism: There is No Alternative
Stewart McGill UK//8:34pm, Jun 2nd '24

Degrowth Communism: There is No Alternative

No social system that is not in harmony with nature can claim rationality and morality for itself. Therefore, the system that is most at odds with nature will also be overcome in terms of rationality and....

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Nature, Violence and War
Luis Lazaro Tijerina USA//1:15pm, May 22nd '24

Nature, Violence and War

I.Once, like many intellectuals, I made the mistake of distancing myself from Nature, believing what mattered most was only ideas, books, and meeting up with others of like mind. I was certain I had the....

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War is Business, and Business is Booming: The Political Economy, and Metaphysic, of the Arms Trade
Stewart McGill UK//5:07am, May 17th '24

War is Business, and Business is Booming: The Political Economy, and Metaphysic, of the Arms Trade

I am the government of the country … you will do what pays us. You will make war when it suits you, and keep peace when it doesn’t … when I want anything to keep my dividends up, you will discover....

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The rejuvenation of the Communist Party and its leadership in the political struggles across Britain : An Interview
Robert Griffith s and Denis Rogatyuk//1:59pm, Mar 3rd '24

The rejuvenation of the Communist Party and its leadership in the political struggles across Britain : An Interview

Robert Griffiths is the General Secretary of the Communist Party of Britain (CPB)Denis Rogatyuk is the international director of El Ciudadano media platform.Denis: So here we are with Robert Griffiths,....

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When Escalation means Escalation
Jerry Grey China//11:13am, Feb 10th '24

When Escalation means Escalation

In one of the world’s poorest countries, Yemen, there is a tribe called the Houthis. Emanating from that tribe to lead a larger coalition of other tribes is a group which does not want to be ruled by....

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Interview with Alex Gordon, President of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union of Britain
Denis Rogatyuk//3:57am, Feb 6th '24

Interview with Alex Gordon, President of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union of Britain

The interview was conducted by Denis Rogatyuk, international director of El Ciudadano media platform.Denis:So here we are with Alex Gordon, the president of the Rail Maritime and Transport Union of the....

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Analyzing the Complex Landscape: Taiwan Post-Elections
Saheli Chowdhury India//8:22pm, Feb 2nd '24

Analyzing the Complex Landscape: Taiwan Post-Elections

US-Taiwan Relations:How do you perceive the current state of relations between the United States and Taiwan, in the context of the elections that just happened?All the major parties of Taiwan that participated....

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What's best for Taiwan
Jerry Grey China//6:17am, Jan 6th '24

What's best for Taiwan

In 1979, US Congress created the Taiwan Relations Act(TWA) in response to something they were unhappy about. President Jimmy Carter had severed ties with the Republic of China and opened diplomatic relations....

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South Africa Takes Israel to International Court for Genocide in Palestine
Sourav Chakraborty Executive Editor//6:15am, Jan 6th '24

South Africa Takes Israel to International Court for Genocide in Palestine

In a gripping turn of events, South Africa has taken a powerful stance for Palestine, throwing down the gauntlet by officially filing a case against Israel in the International Court of Justice. Delving....

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Thousands Protest in Argentina Against Milei's Mega Decree Attacking Labor Rights and National Sovereignty
Saheli Chowdhury India//2:58am, Dec 31st '23

Thousands Protest in Argentina Against Milei's Mega Decree Attacking Labor Rights and National Sovereignty

Thousands of Argentinians rallied in the principal cities of the country against President Javier Milei’s neoliberal mega decree aimed at privatizing all the public companies of Argentina and undermining....

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Biden seeks to dismiss the charge of genocide just after it vetoed
Sourav Chakraborty Executive Editor//11:45pm, Dec 11th '23

Biden seeks to dismiss the charge of genocide just after it vetoed

In a significant legal development, the Biden administration has filed a motion in federal court seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit accusing President Joe Biden and his team of failing to an act of genocide....

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