US: Trump indicted – What now?
The courts won’t stop Trump or Trumpism. They are only prosecuting him now because sections of the ruling class are afraid of the instability it could bring to their system if Trump got back into the White House. While we should analyze the implications of this indictment and the ones to come, we want Trump and similar scumbags to be punished and the system of exploitation and oppression that gives birth to them relegated to the trash heap of history.
Rising anti-Asian hate crimes: What is the cause and how can workers fight it?
The only way to end racist and sexist violence against Asians and bring the change that is desperately needed is to build a multi-racial, multi-gendered, working-class movement connected to an international struggle against inequality, racism, sexism, sinophobia and any form of oppression experienced around the world.
Inter-Imperialist conflict and a new Cold War
What Next? Sonja Grusch, SLP (ISA in Austria) This article is based on an introductory speech given by Sonja Grusch, a member of the ISA International Executive, at the ISA Virtual Marxist University in July 2020. The background to the discussion ...
Hong Kong: People see this as the “final battle”
Per Olsson of Offensiv (ISA's weekly newspaper in Sweden) asked Dikang of Socialist Action in Hong Kong about the recent dramatic events there. Per Olsson: The new national security law for Hong Kong seems to be a game changer; do you think it will ...
Xi Jinping’s first state visit to the US
Sino-US tensions increasing as China’s economy stumbles Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info China’s president Xi Jinping began his week-long visit to the United States, touching down in Seattle on Tuesday 22 September, where he met with top CEOs inc...
US: Amazon — A clash of titans
How Amazon is fighting tooth-and-nail to stop workers from unionizing its biggest air hub Chris Gray, Socialist Alternative (ISA in the United States...