90 years since Chiang Kai-shek’s Shanghai massacre

90 years since Chiang Kai-shek’s Shanghai massacre

On 12 April 1927, a bloody military coup turned the tide on the Chinese Revolution

February Revolution 1917: How Russia’s workers defeated the tsar

Toppled stature of Tsar Alexander III.

Lessons for today’s struggles against dictatorship

A discussion on Hong Kong’s future

A discussion on Hong Kong’s future

The following statement was presented at a recent meeting of Socialist Action (CWI in Hong Kong) to discuss the important political shifts taking place at the start of 2017. 

Snowden movie: US ‘deep state’ in the spotlight

Vanessa and Ajith are Hong Kong asylum seekers who sheltered on-the-run Snowden in 2013.

Film review • Campaign for presidential pardon gains momentum

The Olympics, big business and dictatorship

The Olympics, big business and dictatorship

A short history of the Olympics: Rather than the Olympic movement’s self-professed ideals of ‘internationalism’ and ‘fair play’, the Games are about two at first sight contradictory forces: nationalistic flag-waving and capitalist globalisation