Benazir Bhutto, leader of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), was killed in a suicide attack after addressing a public rally in Rawalpindi on 27 December. Her tragic death has once again exposed the volatile situation that exists in the country. ...Read More »
Up to 150 people were killed and 600 injured when suicide bombers attacked Benazir Bhutto’s procession, following her return to Pakistan from eight years of self-imposed exile on 18 October. She had been greeted by a massive turn-out of Pakistani ...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 »
The rapidly executed military coup of Tuesday 12 October 1999 marks a new, and even more unstable and tension-ridden period in Pakistan and the wider Asian sub-continent. The coup represents the possibility of further erosion of what little remains of ...Read More »