In May of this year the Nepali masses once again demonstrated their thirst for a revolutionary transformation of society, when they took to the streets in their tens of thousands. The Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (UCPN (M)) called ...Read More »
The publication of ‘Che Guevara – symbol of struggle’ by the comrades of ‘Chinaworker.info’ is extremely timely and welcome. This book was first published in English in 1997 and then republished in 2005. Since then the image of Che Guevara ...Read More »
We publish a new introduction by Peter Taaffe to Leon Trotsky’s ‘Permanent Revolution’, which the Socialist Movement Pakistan (CWI) are to translate into Urdu and publish.Read More »
Seventy years ago, the major powers plunged humanity into the horror of world war.Read More »
How can working-class people fight the effects of the worst economic crisis since the 1930s? Mass lay-offs are already a feature in the major capitalist countries and around the world. The bosses and their governments are on the offensive to ...Read More »
Venezuela, Bolivia, and more recently, Ecuador, are today at the epicenter of the continental revolt by the workers, peasants, youth and others exploited by capitalism, which is sweeping Latin America. Mexico, Peru, Guatemala, Argentina, Brazil, and other countries have all ...Read More »
40th anniversary of the death of Che Guevara. A revolutionary fighter – What is Che’s relevance today?
“..it is not for revolutionaries to sit in their doorways of their houses waiting for the corpse of imperialism to pass by” (Second Declaration of Havana, 1962).Read More »
Pakistan on the brink. Introduction to the new Urdu edition of the CWI book, “Marxism in Today’s World” by Peter Taaffe.
The introduction looks at the terrible living conditions of the masses in the neo-colonial world, and, in particular, the current crisis in Pakistan, and a solution based on the needs of the working masses and the poor.Read More »
Millions of poor Muslims from all over India rushed to the new homeland of dreams when British imperialism announced the partition of India in August 1947. The Indian subcontinent was divided on a religious basis, which paved the way for ...Read More »
There is again heated debate going on around the veil worn by Muslim women. The new controversy was sparked by the comments of British ex-Foreign Minister and leader of House of Commons, Jack Straw. This issue is not only controversial ...Read More »