International Viewpoint

Saturday 5 January
Against the Current Editors
Can it all really be Donald Trump's fault? Do the antics of the worst, most malicious and willfully ignorant president in modern U.S. history serve to explain the spread of authoritarian regimes, racist and anti-immigrant parties, and rightwing fake-populism across much of the planet? - IV528 - (...)
Friday 4 January
A young trade unionist Aatika Fizazi, a member of the national bureau of the National Union of Agricultural Workers (SNOVA) and general secretary of his local section in the Chtouka Ait Baha region (Agadir), was dismissed on 18/10/2018, with two comrades Noureddine el Bouhali and Abdelmoumen (...)
Friday 4 January
Arlind Qori
Tuesday, December, 4 was a normal day in Albania. The news went out that the students of the Faculty of Architecture were boycotting school. The reason was a governmental decision to charge students approximately 30 Euros for each postponed exam. The news spread like wildfire in each faculty of (...)
Thursday 3 January
Wendy Thompson
What would it take to keep these assembly and transmission plants open? - IV528 - January 2019 / USA, Ecology and the Environment, Economy, Trade unions
Wednesday 2 January
Alliance of Middle Eastern Socialists
Donald Trump's sudden decision to withdraw 2000 U.S. troops from Syria is a green light to Recep Tayyip Erdogan to decimate the Kurds in what remains of Rojava in northern Syria. Earlier this year, Turkey invaded the Afrin area with the assistance of Syrian reactionary armed opposition groups, (...)
Wednesday 2 January
Frieda Afary
During the past two weeks, the ongoing wave of protests and strikes in Iran have gained a new intensity. - IV528 - January 2019 / Iran
Tuesday 1 January
Jean Nanga
In Kigali, Rwanda, on March 21, 2018, five years after the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU)/African Union (AU) – considered in the Newspeak of the AU as “fifty years of success” – 44 of the AU's 55 member states signed the Agreement concerning the Creation (...)
Monday 31 December
Mariana Carneiro
Helena died on September 8, 2018 at the age of 69, after a life dedicated to socialism. In the early 1970s, she was in Lisbon one of the few activists of the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAIGC), the party that led the armed struggle against the Portuguese (...)
Monday 31 December
Émile Carmes
All thinkers have their father-thinkers; none more so than Daniel Bensaïd. The figures of Charles Péguy, Walter Benjamin and Louis Auguste Blanqui recur throughout his work. In this article, Émile Carmes studies Bensaïd's deep engagement over the years with the work of Blanqui. - 7. Reviews section (...)
Monday 31 December
The Kenyan government risks losing the lucrative Mombasa port to China should the country fail to repay huge loans advanced by Chinese lenders. - IV527 - December 2018 / Economy, China, Kenya
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