CWI’s 2nd congress for China and Hong Kong a big success

Pasha (left) introduced the discussion on perspectives for China.

Discussions on perspectives for Hong Kong’s democracy struggle and the crisis in China

Is China heading for a new Tiananmen?

Is China heading for a new Tiananmen?

26th anniversary of the Beijing massacre on June 4, 1989, is also a warning of revolutionary shocks ahead

Taiwan: Kuomintang’s landslide election defeat redraws the political map

Taiwan: Kuomintang’s landslide election defeat redraws the political map

Taiwan’s ‘Sunflower Movement’ and democracy protests in Hong Kong fuel massive rejection of ruling party Vincent Kolo and CWI Taiwan reporters The term “political earthquake” has been widely used to describe Taiwan’s mayoral and local elections on 29 November. The results were a crushing defeat for the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) or […]

Obama’s TPP: Taking neo-liberalism to a new level

Obama’s TPP: Taking neo-liberalism to a new level

Taiwan’s ‘sunflower movement’ gave a glimpse of mass movement needed to defeat neo-liberal attacks and militarism James Langdon, CWI Taiwan The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which is still being negotiated, will be one of the largest trade deals in history. Originally a ‘traditional’ free-trade agreement between a handful of countries, it […]

Taiwan: Thousands march against Ma’s nuclear policy

Taiwan: Thousands march against Ma’s nuclear policy

Echoes of ‘sunflower movement’ as thousands stage ‘occupy’ protests in Taipei CWI Taiwan reporters There seems to be no respite for Taiwan’s beleaguered president Ma Ying-jeou. Tens of thousands of people took part in a two-day protest in Taipei at the weekend to demand the government cancel its planned fourth nuclear […]