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France 1968: Capitalism brought to its knees

France 1968: Capitalism brought to its knees

Going over these great events can help prepare a whole generation for the new and bigger strike battles that lie ahead in France and internationally

What’s behind the Korean nuclear crisis?

Submarine launched ballistic missile on display at Pyongyang military parade

The North Korean bomb test on 3 September, the most powerful yet, and the bellicose reaction of the US, underlines the volatile and dangerous situation in the peninsula and entire region

Marxism and the Environment

Marxism and the Environment

Marxism is often mistakenly accused of taking the environment for granted – in the pursuit of the economic growth needed to alleviate poverty and want. Yet nothing could be further from the truth. Drawing on the works of Marx and Engels, and the experience of the first years of the […]

History of the Committee for a Workers’ International

History of the Committee for a Workers’ International

Interview with CWI secretary, Tony Saunois This article first appeared in sozialismus.info, the theoretical magazine of the CWI in Germany (Sozialistische Alternative). This year is the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Committee for a Workers’ International. Who participated and what was discussed? The CWI was founded on 20/21 April 1974 […]

Tiananmen 1989 and the working class

Tiananmen 1989 and the working class

Nothing alarmed the CCP dictatorship more than the movement of the working class aroused to action by the student-led democracy protests Vincent Kolo, from the book Tiananmen 1989: Seven Weeks That Shook the World The great significance of the 1989 movement lay in the fact that it was an urban-based movement (it […]