Ecu­a­dor: Brutal eco­no­mic deci­sions (“paquet­a­zo”)

No abso­lu­te majo­ri­ty for the SP, the right suf­fers an histo­ric defe­at

Betraying the Kurds

Trump’s ‘stab in the back’ to the Kur­dish natio­nal move­ment

Hong Kong : Sta­te­ment from Stu­dents’ Uni­ons of Hig­her Insti­tu­tions on the Pro­hi­bi­tion on Face Cove­ring Regu­la­tion

India and the Colo­ni­al Debt

Women against neolo­be­ral reforms and repres­sion in Ecu­a­dor

In defen­ce of Gre­ta Thunberg

Muga­be is dead: remem­ber Chi­adzwa

Making Portugal’s Bre­ak With Auste­ri­ty Real

Modi’s Phi­los­op­her

GM Wor­kers Need More Than a Decent Con­tra­ct

We are quit­ting the Awa­mi Wor­kers Par­ty

Macron and the Gilets jau­nes

Bri­tish poli­ti­cs in utter tur­moil

The Fan­ta­sy of Nor­mal­cy: Neoli­be­ra­lism, the Family, and the New Right

Down with Sisi and Long Live the Peop­le!

Among the right-wing gover­n­ments, Bolsonaro’s is the one with most neo-fascist fea­tu­res

Let’s win back our futu­re: chan­ge the system not the cli­ma­te

The mil­len­ni­al generation’s strug­g­le for self-deter­mi­na­tion

Ser­gio, the irre­pla­ceab­le com­ra­de

The New York City Stu­dent Cli­ma­te Stri­ke

The Day After Macri’s Down­fall

Striking Gene­ral Motors Wor­kers Aren’t Back­ing Down

Lexit will not dis­mant­le Fortress Euro­pe

Why build a glo­bal cli­ma­te stri­ke in Bra­zil?

MNA’s Ali Wazir and Mohsin Dawar Gran­ted Bail

Paki­stan: Capi­ta­lism and cli­ma­te chan­ge

Scot­tish inde­pen­den­ce grows nea­rer

Eco­so­ci­a­lism & Just Tran­si­tion – System Chan­ge

The futu­re demands environ­men­tal justi­ce

Bri­tish poli­ti­cs in tumult

Hong Kong’s pro­test move­ment must stop ignor­ing migrant wor­kers

Femi­ni­sts on the front lines of the Alge­ri­an upri­sing

Public Trans­port Can Be Free

“The Femi­nism of the 1 Per­cent Has Asso­ci­a­ted Our Cau­se With Eli­tism”

Do Remai­ners want to aban­don the wor­king class?

Stop the repres­sion in West Papua

#Pro­test­Too: the women at the fore­front of Hong Kong’s anti-gover­n­ment move­ment

Hin­dutva on the march

Pro­test in Dha­ka against the repres­sion on the peop­le of Kas­h­mir by Indi­an army

Labour move­ment begins to face down the coup

Hands off the squats!

What the San­ders’ Campaign Opens

Hope Is in the Stre­ets

Addres­sing cri­sis and buil­ding coun­ter power through new Afri­can eco­fe­mi­nist move­ment

Only Labour can stop Johnson’s coup

BDS con­demns anti­se­mi­tic, fascist for­ces in Ger­ma­ny and wor­ldwi­dear­ti­c­le

The­re is a new wave of Femi­nism! Orga­ni­sing for our futu­re and the pla­net!

The defen­ce of the Ama­zon is a fight for the futu­re of the earth

On poli­ti­cal cri­sis in Moscow

Oppo­se Con­ti­nu­ing Assaults on Idlib and on Kurds in Nort­hea­stern Syria

On Trump and Net­a­ny­a­hu and mutu­al inte­r­e­sts

Puer­to Rico: The orga­nic cri­sis and the alter­na­ti­ves

5 Ways to Sup­port Palesti­ni­an Que­ers

Palesti­ni­an Aut­ho­ri­ty bans LGBT group, calls for repres­sion

Sup­port for Hong Kon­gers in strug­g­le for their demo­cra­tic rights

With the con­sti­tu­tio­nal agre­e­ment, the Suda­ne­se Revo­lu­tion enters a new pha­se

The batt­le of the Bogsi­de

Sta­te­ment on India’s Revo­ca­tion of Jam­mu & Kashmir’s Auto­no­mous Sta­tus by the Indi­an Gover­n­ment

Con­fron­ta­tion loo­m­ing on Bre­xit

On the fight of the Suda­ne­se Pro­fes­sio­nals Asso­ci­a­tion: “We Want to Take Sudan From This Dark Cor­ner to a Bright Futu­re”

Was Marx an eco­lo­gist?

The Portu­gu­e­se solu­tion and how to use it

India: The mea­ning of Kas­h­mir

Can you help Inter­na­tio­nal Viewpo­int?

Scour­ge of Unem­ploy­ment Shows Need for Dra­stic Sta­te Inter­ven­tion

Steve’s dead. Enough poli­ce vio­len­ce and sta­te lies! Casta­ner out!

Hong Kong’s Fight for Life

Puer­to Rico: Sum­mer 2019: results and per­specti­ves

Radi­cal Soci­a­list (India) sta­te­ment on the Scrap­ping of Arti­c­les 370 and 35A

A Stri­ke to Keep Us Wor­king

Women’s/Feminist Stri­ke in Switzer­land: A Step Forward on the Road of the Inter­na­liza­tion of Femi­nist Strug­g­les

DSA Con­ven­tion 2019

South Afri­ca: Trans­for­m­ing com­mu­ni­ty pro­tests into an upri­sing

“More Tri­bal, More Secta­ri­an, More Cro­ny Capi­ta­list Than Ever”

The far right, LGB­TIQ peop­le and a stra­te­gy for resi­stan­ce

The rebel­li­on in Hong Kong is inten­si­fying

Chan­ge the ori­en­ta­tion, Don’t repe­at mista­kes, Build the alter­na­ti­ve!

A pre­di­ctab­le fia­sco – on the outco­me of the Euro­pe­an elections and the imme­di­a­te tasks for Die Lin­ke

Deco­lo­ni­al Com­mu­nism reviewed

Floods & Ero­sion: Call to Sup­port Natu­ral Disa­ster Affected Peop­le in Bang­la­desh

Johnson’s Tori­es = Bre­xit Par­ty Mark II

Befo­re the Revo­lu­tion: an inter­view with Wis­sem Zizi, Alge­ri­an Marxist-femi­nist.

After the elections, the storm

“We got the cup, now we want to get the system out of here”

Whe­re is Ste­ve?

How Women Are Lea­ding the Class Strug­g­le

Soli­da­ri­ty with the peop­le of Puer­to Rico

Euro­pe­an Uni­on-Tuni­sia Rela­tions­hip: “Stop Peop­le but Let Goods Through”

Pet­ty bour­geois devi­a­tions?

What is the Rank-and-File Stra­te­gy, and Why Does It Mat­ter?

The Ever-Shif­ting ‘Stra­te­gic Tri­ang­le’ Betwe­en Rus­sia, China and the U.S.

Ermi­ne robes and base­ball caps

The inter­na­tio­nal soli­da­ri­ty campaign with Ali Waze­er and Mos­hi Dawar

Sti­ke against sexu­al har­ras­sment a power­ful moment in labour history

The situ­a­tion of youth in Hong Kong, the deva­sta­tion of the LegCo, and the dyna­mi­cs of the cri­sis

Chile’s Nationwi­de Tea­cher Stri­ke Has Thous­ands Taking to the Stre­ets

Trum­pism goes glo­bal

Giving Amazon’s Side of the Story

The Vio­lent Work of South Afri­can Gangs

Suda­ne­se and Alge­ri­an Upri­sings: Van­ta­ge Points for Glo­bal Soli­da­ri­ty

Pre­pa­re popu­lar resi­stan­ce!

The Poli­ti­cs of Cli­ma­te Loo­ting

How many more wars?

Alge­ria, Sudan…: The Sea­sons After the Arab Spring

Indonesia’s Election and Pola­riza­tion

Help OKDE publis­hing hou­se and headquar­ters

Auste­ri­ty Eco­no­mi­cs Rus­si­an Sty­le: “The sta­te never asked you to be born”

Dia­ne Abbott, John McDon­nell and Emily Thor­n­ber­ry are cor­rect on Bre­xit

The victo­ri­es – and con­ti­nu­ing strug­g­les – of women in Sudan

The situ­a­tion in Wazi­ri­stan – Relea­se Ali Waze­er, Mohsin Dawar and PTM acti­vists!

Ada Colau remains may­or of Bar­ce­lo­na

Defend Abor­tion Rights!

Argen­ti­na in its Labyrinth

South Afri­ca: Something’s got to give

The Left and Right in Lat­in Ame­ri­ca Today: An Inter­view with Clau­dio Katz

Suc­cess of the gene­ral stri­ke of 14 June

Women’s stri­ke in Switzer­land with more than 500 000 women par­ti­ci­pat­ing

Eve­ryt­hing You Need to Know About the Hong Kong Pro­tests

“They are intent on deme­a­ning and mis­re­p­re­sen­ting Trot­sky him­self becau­se his ideas are still very rele­vant”

Sudan – women at the heart of mobi­liza­tions

Bra­zil: The batt­le over pen­sions

Dock­ers refu­se to load arms for Sau­di Ara­bia

The femi­nist stri­ke of 14 June 2019, towards a mass move­ment in Switzer­land

Stop poli­ce bruta­li­ty in Hong Kong! No extra­di­tion to China!

Mexico’s Presi­dent Knuck­les Under to Trump, Woos Mexico’s Busi­ness Class

Under­stan­ding the Cata­strop­hic Victory of the Fascists and the Long Term Con­sequen­ces

Alge­ria: Popu­lar mobi­liza­tions impo­se first set­ba­cks to regi­me

Con­trol­led slo­w­down or ear­ly depres­sion?

Maria José Belo Meca Maran­hão

China’s rise as a wor­ld power

After the Euro­pe­an elections

The Left Needs a Vision for Euro­pe

“The top mili­tary hie­rar­chy is part of the ruling oligar­chy”

“The gene­ral stri­ke can for­ce the regi­me to go”: Suda­ne­se tra­de uni­o­ni­sts spe­ak out as kil­lings con­ti­nue

“The West pre­fers a regi­me sub­ject to its inte­r­e­sts”

Suda­ne­se mili­tary launch atta­ck against the Khar­toum sit-in, many dead and inju­red

Joint Sta­te­ment of Soli­da­ri­ty with PTM by Femi­nist Groups across Paki­stan

Poli­ti­cal rup­tu­re or revo­lu­tion as a pro­ject- notes and reflections on the pro­test move­ment

Sudan at the Cros­s­ro­ads

Urgent Call: Inter­na­tio­nal Soli­da­ri­ty Campaign with Ali Waze­er (Paki­stan)

Ali Waze­er deten­tion: Upro­ar in the Natio­nal Assem­bly – Need for inter­na­tio­nal soli­da­ri­ty

The Long Arab Spring

Soli­da­ri­ty with Ali Wazir and the PTM

Relea­se Ali Wazir, wit­hdraw fal­se poli­ce char­ges

The Strug­g­le over Women’s Bodi­ly Auto­no­my and the Dehu­ma­ni­sa­tion of Women in the US

Arre­sted Ali Waze­er, top twit­ter trend, human rights bodi­es demands a par­li­a­men­tary com­mis­sion to pro­be the kil­lings of 13,

May resigns and Bre­xit moves to the right

Relea­se Ali Wazir, lift cur­few, respect demo­cra­tic rights!

Election Results, Trends and Poli­ti­cal Per­specti­ves

Esca­lat­ing Thre­at of Direct U.S. War Against Iran: Is The­re A Way Out?

Decla­ra­tion of OKDE-Spartakos for the Euro­pe­an Elections on May 2019

Tur­key: Oppo­si­tion bre­aks through, Erdogan’s bloc “resists”

The Twen­ty-First Cen­tury Left will be Anti-Capi­ta­list

Facing the Apo­ca­lyp­se: Argu­ments for Eco­so­ci­a­lism

Hund­reds of Euro­pe­ans ‘cri­mi­na­li­sed’ for hel­ping migrants – as far right aims to win big in Euro­pe­an elections

A sta­te of ter­ror

Welco­me to the new Alge­ri­an revo­lu­tion

HUND­REDS OF THOUS­ANDS OCCU­PY BRAZIL’S STRE­ETS AGAINST BOL­SO­NA­RO

Sexu­al Haras­sment and #MeToo in China

What is ‘femo­na­tio­na­lism’?

The Patri­ar­chal Strang­le­hold

Cana­da as an Extra­cti­ve Sta­te

15M – Natio­nal Educa­tion Stri­ke in Bra­zil

Four Years of For­got­ten War on Yemen

Chan­ge Eve­ryt­hing: Foun­da­tions and Chal­len­ges of the Femi­nist Stri­ke in Spain

The advan­ces of the cli­ma­te move­ment and the obsta­c­les to overco­me – part 1

Jasic Strug­g­le: Deba­te Among Chin­e­se Maoists

Chal­len­ges: Demo­cra­tic rights more than ever under thre­at in Hong Kong

Should the Gre­en Par­ty Stand Down in 2020?

The glo­bal strug­g­le against the war on women

Behind the Eco­no­mic Tur­bu­len­ce

The Fight Over Ilhan Omar

The new women’s move­ment

“Eve­ryt­hing depends on what will hap­pen in Alge­ria and Sudan”.

Femi­nism and eco­lo­gy: the same strug­g­le?

Mass tea­chers’ stri­ke: “We were afraid parents would be angry; I am plea­sant­ly sur­pri­sed”

Israel’s Insi­der Radi­cal

Gilets Jau­nes still figh­ting

No U.S.-Guaido Coup — Let Venezu­elans Deci­de!

We con­demn the fascist coup and deno­un­ce wage preca­rious­ness on 1 May 2019

We reject the attemp­ted mili­tary coup by Guaidó, López and their impe­ri­a­list part­ners. May the discon­ten­ted peop­le not fall into the trap of the coup plot­ters!

Sri Lanka: last war­ning (so far)

After the stri­ke of March 8: we con­ti­nue!

The Fall of al-Bas­hir: Map­ping Con­te­sta­tion For­ces in Sudan

Making the Gre­en New Deal Real

A Red-Gre­en Mani­fe­sto for the 21st Cen­tury

Long Live the Women’s Com­mit­tee

We Just Remem­be­red How to Stri­ke

After defe­at­ing the right, let’s demand what’s ours

PSOE gains from use­ful vote against the rea­ctio­nary right

From the BRI­CS coun­tri­es to the towns­hips: raci­al and soci­al segre­ga­tion con­ti­nu­es

Look­ing at the presi­den­ti­al duel

Tea­chers on stri­ke in Poland

Demo­cra­cy, the con­sti­tu­ent assem­bly and the chal­len­ge of tran­si­tion

NSSP sta­te­ment

Rus­sia: The Pro­test Move­ment is Youn­ger, Poo­rer, and More Left Wing

“Presi­dent and Gover­n­ment should be held respon­sib­le for Easter Sun­day car­na­ge”

Defe­at the BJP Strengt­hen the Wor­king Class, Left and All Pro­g­res­si­ve Move­ments