Cuba: Causes and Consequences of July 11
In the midst of multiple crises, Cuba saw the most dramatic protests in 27 years.
Claudia CinattiJuly 25, 2021
For a Workers’ Olympics!
The Tokyo Olympics are an opportunity for athletes to demonstrate the pinnacles of physical accomplishment and show the best and worst of sports, but the games are controlled by a shady clique of capitalists and aristocrats. What could an alternative look like? Let’s check out the old Workers’ Olympiads.
Nathaniel FlakinJuly 22, 2021
We Are Thirsty!: Thousands Take to the Streets in Response to Iran’s Escalating Water Crisis
Over the past week, thousands of multi-ethnic Iranians have demonstrated in response to Iran’s water crisis and power blackouts. These protests, in conjunction with massive oil strikes and strikes in other sectors, highlight the discontent of a large swath of the Iranian population that faces a sanctions-battered economy and a repressive bourgeois regime.
Maryam AlanizJuly 21, 2021
The Capitalist Disaster and the Struggle for an International of Socialist Revolution
This manifesto was approved by the leaderships of the groups of the Trotskyist Fraction – Fourth International in April 2021.
Trotskyist Fraction – Fourth InternationalApril 18, 2021