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Imperialism, War, and U.S. Foreign Policy: An Interview with Stephen Gowans

By Janelle Velina Stephen Gowans is an independent writer and political analyst from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada whose main focus is on U.S. foreign policy. He is the author of the widely acclaimed book, Washington’s Long War on Syria (2017). His latest book is titled, Patriots, Traitors, and Empires: The Story of Korea’s Struggle for Freedom (2018). He also has... Continue Reading →

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Why it is Important to Oppose Trump’s visit to the UK

By Dylano Williams US President, Donald J. Trump is expected to visit London on the 13th of July amidst significant public opposition. Such opposition ought to be manifested in a phenomenal mass demonstration in London. It is expected by the Stop the War Coalition UK to reach up to two million demonstrators: “Polling suggests that... Continue Reading →

Hotel Propaganda – with commentary

[The article below is a retrospective essay on the U.S.-led regime change operation and war on Rwanda of 1994, which shares many similarities with the 2011 war on Libya and the ongoing war on Syria. All three conflicts saw the use of proxy warfare as well as joint propaganda campaigns by NGOs — such as... Continue Reading →

UK Manufacturing Nerve Agent Case for ‘Action’ on Russia [With Commentary]

The UK government is manufacturing its nerve agent case for ‘action’ on Russia (new-power.org) [The Leading Light Communist Organisation denounces the UK’s ratcheting up inter-imperialist hostilities relations with the Russian Federation over what appears to be fabricated evidence of a poison attack. The masses of the Proletarian World suffer the most during an inter-imperialist World... Continue Reading →

Slave trade takes root in post-Qaddafi Libya

Migrants for sale: Slave trade in Libya by Al Jazeera news http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/countingthecost/2017/11/migrants-sale-slave-trade-libya-171126063748575.html [It is deplorable that slavery still exists in the 21st century, no less in a country that once offered the highest standard of living to its people under the heroic leadership of Colonel Muammar Qaddafi. Furthermore, this slavery is inextricably linked to western... Continue Reading →

On the Situation in Korea

On the Situation in Korea by Rizal Roja 28 July 2017 As the situation on the Korean peninsula continues to grow more dangerous, the international left is thrown into confusion regarding the correct position to be taken. Some so called “revolutionaries”, particularly in North America, are yet again making themselves tools for Empire, going as... Continue Reading →

Combat Personal Narratives

Combat Personal Narratives --by Dylano (new-power.org) “As we Chinese Communists, who base all our actions on the highest interests of the broadest masses of the Chinese people and who are fully convinced of the justice of our cause, never balk at any personal sacrifice and are ready at all times to give our lives for... Continue Reading →

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