Claudia is an editor of our sister site La Izquierda Diario and a leading member of the Party of Socialist Workers (PTS) in Argentina.
Between the Israeli Colonial Offensive and the Palestinian Resistance
Only a state that aims to end all oppression, exploitation, and imperialist reaction can guarantee a democratic and peaceful coexistence between Arabs and Jews.
Claudia CinattiMay 22, 2021
Colombia and the Red Thread of Rebellion in Latin America
The rebellion in Colombia is part of a process of class struggle that has unfolded throughout Latin America, especially since 2019. It reinforces the need to build revolutionary parties and an international revolutionary leadership that will allow these struggles to be led to victory.
Claudia CinattiMay 10, 2021
The U.S.-China Summit: Containing China Is a Bipartisan Affair
The first Biden-era meeting of U.S. and Chinese government officials was marked by political theater. But the summit demonstrated that Biden, with his hostile policy towards China, has more in common with his predecessor than he would like to admit.
Claudia CinattiMarch 25, 2021
The Pandemic and Vaccine Nationalism
“Vaccine nationalism" reproduces the geopolitical rivalries and tensions that have been building up since the 2008 capitalist crisis. Ultimately, it is a mirror of both capitalist competition and the irrationality of a system that transforms everything it touches --- from the superfluous to the indispensable for life --- into merchandise and profit.
Claudia CinattiDecember 19, 2020
Perspectives for 2021: Interview with Michael Roberts and Claudia Cinatti
The year of the coronavirus pandemic is drawing to a close. What are the trends in the economy, the political situation, and the class struggle in the year to come?
Claudia CinattiDecember 15, 2020
What Is behind the Confrontation between Armenia and Azerbaijan?
Armenia and Azerbaijan are on the brink of a new war for control over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. Although the conflict is so far driven by local tensions, regional and global geopolitical factors also play a part, particularly the relations established in the recent wars in the Middle East.
Claudia CinattiOctober 9, 2020
Trump vs. Biden: A Debate That Shows the Empire’s Decline
The presidential candidates clashed in the first of three debates. The debate was worse than expected, a clear sign of the decline of U.S. imperialism.
Claudia CinattiOctober 1, 2020
Disputes Between U.S. and China Dominate UN General Assembly
This Year's remote meeting of the United Nations General Assembly reflected the continued global health crisis as well as the ongoing and increasingly sharp economic battle between the US and China.
Claudia CinattiSeptember 26, 2020
An Initial Assessment of the Latin American–U.S. Virtual Conference
The Virtual Latin American and the United States Conference was convened by the Workers Left Front (FIT-U) of Argentina, and it took place between July 30 and August 1. This is the initial assessment that was published in La Izquierda Diario by leaders of the Trotskyist Fraction–Fourth International.
Claudia CinattiAugust 18, 2020
United States – China: Toward a New Cold War?
China is preparing to vote on a new national security law it hopes will quell the protests in Hong Kong, sending a message to a U.S.-backed Taiwan. Meanwhile, economic and political tensions between the two powers are intensifying amidst the backdrop of the coronavirus crisis.
Claudia CinattiMay 25, 2020
Trump Threatens War with Iran for Oil
The price of oil has been collapsing, and last week it reached negative values. Trump’s threats to Iran were enough to cause a rebound in prices. But the effects were short-lived. They expose Trump’s return to “America First” politics in the midst of the pandemic and crisis, signaling the rivalries and competition between powers in the coming period.
Claudia CinattiApril 27, 2020
Whither the “Latin American Spring”?
With massive demonstrations erupting across Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile, and Colombia, Latin America is an epicenter of class struggle. Fed up after years of austerity measures and imperialist policies, the masses are pushing back against their neoliberal governments. Where these uprisings go from here depends on their ability to break away from leaderships that encourage them to curb their demands.
Claudia CinattiDecember 18, 2019
The Return of the Class Struggle
A specter is haunting the world. It is not yet that of communism, but that of class struggle—in capital letters. This new wave of protests began with the emergence of the yellow vests in France, which for the first time in many years made the ruling class of an imperialist country fear revolt. It has only spread since then.
Claudia CinattiOctober 22, 2019
Populism and Its Uses: Antinomies of a Failed Reformist Strategy
Reflections on Chantal Mouffe’s new book, “For a Left Populism.”
Claudia CinattiSeptember 20, 2018
A Revolution in Search of Heirs
In the current context of a prolonged crisis of capitalism and its parties, as well as the emergence of new political phenomena, the question is raised once again: Shall we recreate illusions in reformism or prepare for the next revolution?
Claudia CinattiJune 6, 2018
Trump, Tillerson and the Revolving Door at the White House
Last Tuesday, Trump announced that he was firing his Secretary of State via Twitter, apparently without Tillerson himself knowing about it, although his departure was practically certain since his comment about Trump being a "fucking moron" was leaked to the press last October.
Claudia CinattiMarch 14, 2018
From the U.S. “War on Terrorism” to Anticipating Conflict between World Powers
A departure from decades-long US policy reframes global instability outside of the terms of terror and opens a penumbra of new geopolitics.
Claudia CinattiFebruary 2, 2018
The U.S. and North Korea: A War of Nerves, For Now.
While Hurricane Harvey devastated Houston, another storm was brewing thousands of miles away.
Claudia CinattiSeptember 7, 2017
The Significance of Corbyn’s Rise in the British Elections
The result of the recent elections in the United Kingdom have led an unexpected political scenario with the Brexit negotiations soon at hand. What do May’s setback and Corbyn’s rise mean for the country?
Claudia CinattiJune 15, 2017
Trump’s Chaotic First Month
The start of Trump’s presidency has been nothing short of chaos. National orders followed closely by counter-orders, erratic foreign policies, and the early resignations from a cabinet still under construction contradict Trump’s emphatic declarations that the new administration is running like a “fine-tuned machine.”
Claudia CinattiFebruary 24, 2017
On Internationalism: A Response to the Partido Obrero
Claudia Cinatti of the PTS engages Pablo Heller’s arguments, published in the Partido Obrero press following the Trotskyist Fraction’s Tenth International Conference. The following is a discussion on Gramsci’s concept of ‘organic crisis,’ the concept of revolutionary internationalism, and what it looks like in practice.
Claudia CinattiJanuary 2, 2017
Trump: The Fall of the Neoliberal Narrative
Much has been written to absorb the conservative avalanche that turned so many states red in the November elections. Even the screenwriters of “House of Cards” could not have a big enough imagination to project what the future holds for the White House. The transition has begun at the Trump Tower with a sharp turn to the conservative right.
Claudia CinattiDecember 29, 2016