Op-ed | Nuclear Energy under a rationally planned economy – a potential for historical progress

By Janelle Velina It is about time that socialists in the West put their fears about nuclear power aside and consider the benefits and the greater potential that nuclear energy can bring under a socialist system. The movement against it was a negative critical point for socialism in the West, with Big Oil holding back progress. See... Continue Reading →

On Authority by Frederich Engels

[Under capitalism, most if not all facets of society are dictated by capital and profits; people are subordinated to the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie through the exploitation of human labour in order to generate value. Yet, liberal postmodernist buzzwords such as "totalitarian" and "authoritarian" are rarely if ever used to describe the system of capitalism.... Continue Reading →

What Triggered the Coup in Bolivia?

By Comrade Aziz On November 10, 2019, President Evo Morales of the plurinational state of Bolivia was forced to resign and subsequently flee the country due to pressure from the armed forces and the upper segments of Bolivian society. Both groups had the support of the United States. The general view among socialist or communist... Continue Reading →

Elizabeth Warren Endorses Trump’s Economic War on Venezuela, then Soft-Pedals Far-Right Bolivia Coup

[Elizabeth Warren’s statements regarding her support for economic sanctions against Venezuela, her support for Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó along with her calls for “regime change” there, and her whitewashing of the recent coup in Bolivia against Evo Morales clearly demonstrate her right-wing, pro-imperialist politics despite her progressive veneer. Elizabeth Warren serves as yet another... Continue Reading →

Yemen Runs Out of Fuel and Last Hospitals Close

[The situation in Yemen continues to deteriorate due to brutal aggression by the Saudi-led military coalition which receives intelligence and logistical support from the United States. Amidst widespread malnutrition, epidemics of cholera and diphtheria, tens of thousands injured, and the destruction of its water and sanitation infrastructure, Yemen has run out of fuel and must... Continue Reading →

Indigenous-Led Protests Rock Ecuador Decrying IMF Deal and Demanding Moreno’s Resignation

[Indigenous groups in Ecuador are currently staging large-scale protests against harsh austerity measures that are being implemented by the ruling Moreno government as part of a $4.2 billion IMF loan deal. These austerity measures include massive hikes in fuel prices, causing the cost of food and transportation to rise sharply. Protesters have faced harsh repression... Continue Reading →

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