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03/03/2015: Russia: 50,000 march in Moscow after shooting of Boris Nemtsov
02/03/2015: Quebec: Towards a hot spring
02/03/2015: Greece: “Yes there was a different choice!”
27/02/2015: Scotland: Why Tommy is wrong to call for a vote for the SNP in May
26/02/2015: Greece showdown
25/02/2015: Libya: War-torn country becoming new hub for IS activities
25/02/2015: Europe: Eurozone time-bomb
24/02/2015: Greece: Syriza retreats under Troika threats
24/02/2015: Britain: Labour MP shows contempt for workers
24/02/2015: Germany: Pegida at an end?
21/02/2015: History: The political legacy of Malcolm X
20/02/2015: Malaysia: Stop arrests of government opponents!
20/02/2015: Solidarity: Five Dublin anti-water charge protesters jailed
20/02/2015: Congo: Forty two killed during street protests in January
19/02/2015: Greece: What does Tsipras’s endorsement of Prokopis Pavlopoulos for President signify?
19/02/2015: Britain: 2015 Socialist Party Congress:
18/02/2015: Ireland: Socialist questions Taoiseach on political policing
18/02/2015: Denmark: Terrorist attack in Copenhagen
16/02/2015: Spain: Is ‘Podemos’ the Spanish Syriza?
16/02/2015: Tunisia: “The new government will not prevent a year of important struggles, of mass strikes, riots and popular explosions”
16/02/2015: Ireland: “Dogs of war” unleashed in Jobstown
16/02/2015: Malaysia: Opposition leader imprisoned
14/02/2015: Hong Kong: Erwiana’s court victory – now to step up the struggle for migrant rights!
13/02/2015: Ireland: Interview with Paul Murphy TD following arrest
13/02/2015: Greece: If the Troika does not back down?
12/02/2015: India: Massive defeat for ruling BJP in Delhi election
12/02/2015: Video: Brazilian housing movement presents Kshama Sawant with flag
12/02/2015: Video: Ruth Coppinger challenges government over political policing
12/02/2015: Brazil: CWI Latin American summer school 2015
12/02/2015: Solidarity: International protest against political policing in Ireland
11/02/2015: Solidarity: Sweden protest against political policing in Ireland
11/02/2015: UPDATE: Further Dublin arrests as anti-protest clampdown continues
11/02/2015: Poland : Miners’ strikes shake the country
10/02/2015: UPDATE: More dawn arrests of Irish water-tax protestors
10/02/2015: Egypt: Regime brutality on fourth anniversary of revolution
09/02/2015: UPDATE: Paul Murphy and others released from police custody
09/02/2015: Ireland: Paul Murphy and other socialists and anti-water tax activists arrested
08/02/2015: Greece: Not a single step back!
06/02/2015: Video: For a debt conference to repudiate the debt
05/02/2015: Australia: Political volatility ahead as commodity prices fall
04/02/2015: Turkey: Government bans metal-workers’ strike
04/02/2015: Romania: 25 years after the fall of Stalinism and the advent of neoliberal capitalism
03/02/2015: Video: Ukraine - oppose EU expansionist policy
03/02/2015: Norway: One and a half million workers involved in political strike
02/02/2015: Kurdistan: ‘Islamic State’ driven out of Kobanê
02/02/2015: Hong Kong: Thousands on streets again for democracy
30/01/2015: Greece: Syriza-led government announces anti-austerity policies
30/01/2015: Saudi Arabia: ’Defenders of democracy’ mourn despot’s death
29/01/2015: Greece: Why did Syriza and the KKE fail to reach agreement?
29/01/2015: Greece: Syriza victory shows austerity elite can be beaten
27/01/2015: Greece: Syriza comes to power, as old ruling parties collapse
25/01/2015: China: Slowest growth rate since 1990
24/01/2015: Cuba: Diplomatic relations with US restored, embargo eased
23/01/2015: Northern Ireland: Water service workers win important victory
22/01/2015: Sri Lanka: Mobilise now to defend our demands
21/01/2015: US: Kshama Sawant gives socialist response to Obama’s "State of the Union" address
21/01/2015: Russia/Ukraine: Facing a turbulent 2015
20/01/2015: Greece: Prospect of Syriza victory raises workers’ hopes
19/01/2015: Nigeria: The Massacre in Baga
17/01/2015: Review: ‘Eleanor Marx - a life’
16/01/2015: Video: Joe Higgins questions Irish Central Bank governor
16/01/2015: Nigeria: 2015 general elections and the working masses
15/01/2015: Video: Ruth Coppinger calls for referendum on abortion rights in Ireland
14/01/2015: Video: A year of struggle in Brazil
14/01/2015: Sri Lanka: New but uncertain period opens up
13/01/2015: Iran: Labour and children’s rights activist, Behnam Ebrahimzadeh, sentenced to another nine years
13/01/2015: Germany: What is behind the ‘PEGIDA’ anti-immigrant demonstrations?
12/01/2015: France: Millions march for solidarity
12/01/2015: New Zealand: Extreme poverty worsens
10/01/2015: France: Counter terrorist threat with workers-led mass unity
10/01/2015: Norway: General strike called for 28 January
09/01/2015: Sri Lanka: Rajapaksa defeated
09/01/2015: Sweden: New elections cancelled
08/01/2015: Greece: Towards a Syriza government?
08/01/2015: France: Deadly attack on satirical paper Charlie Hebdo
07/01/2015: Hong Kong: Politics transformed by ‘Umbrella Revolution’
06/01/2015: Israel-Palestine: A successful Socialism conference in the shadow of national divide
05/01/2015: Northern Ireland: The Stormont House Agreement
01/01/2015: Environment: Market forces hold back renewable energy
31/12/2014: New Year: Political and economic ingredients for volatile 2015
30/12/2014: Britain: In defence of TUSC
28/12/2014: CWI: National Question a key feature of political crisis of capitalism
27/12/2014: Scotland:Blairite wins election as Labour’s new Scottish leader
26/12/2014: Obituary: Gough Whitlam, 1916-2014
24/12/2014: China: Hard landing in 2015?
24/12/2014: Trotsky: ‘The national principle’
23/12/2014: Europe: New wave of workers’ struggles
22/12/2014: World: Middle East, Ukraine wars…upturn in European class struggle
21/12/2014: Pakistan: Stop the killings, no to the Taliban, no to the religious extremism
21/12/2014: US: Put CIA torturers in the dock
19/12/2014: Belgium: Massive general strike makes the government wobble
19/12/2014: Portugal: Government attempts to forcefully break TAP strike
18/12/2014: Kazakhstan: Third anniversary of Zhanaozen massacre marked
17/12/2014: Latin America: The end of one cycle and the beginning of another
17/12/2014: Taiwan : Kuomintang’s landslide election defeat redraws the political map
15/12/2014: World Perspectives: A turbulent period in history
15/12/2014: Italy: Mass support for general strike expresses anger at PD government
15/12/2014: Ireland: Mass water charges protest on 10 December
15/12/2014: Sweden: Political crisis and new elections
12/12/2014: Greece: Government brings forward presidential election

Greece showdown

26/02/2015, Article to be published in the March issue of Socialism Today (magazine of the Socialist Party, CWI in England and Wales)

Niall Mulholland interviewed NICOS ANASTASIADES, of Xekinima (CWI Greece), just as Syriza leaders agreed a four-month bail-out extension with the EU.


Russia: 50,000 march in Moscow after shooting of Boris Nemtsov

03/03/2015, Rob Jones, CWI, Moscow

As economic crisis deepens, social explosions loom


Quebec: Towards a hot spring

02/03/2015, Deirdre and Bruno, Socialist Alternative (CWI Quebec)

Disrupt them like they disrupt us!


Greece: “Yes there was a different choice!”

02/03/2015, Interview with Nikos Kanellis, Volos City Councilor (Xekinima/ CWI Greece) by Sascha Stanicic (SAV’/CWI Germany)

Socialist policies needed, not deals with the Troika


Scotland: Why Tommy is wrong to call for a vote for the SNP in May

27/02/2015, Clear anti-austerity alternative necessary

Philip Stott Socialist Party Scotland


Libya: War-torn country becoming new hub for IS activities

25/02/2015, Serge Jordan (CWI)

Libyan people bearing the brunt of NATO’s fiasco


Europe: Eurozone time-bomb

25/02/2015, Lynn Walsh, article from Socialism Today (magazine of the Socialist Party of England and Wales)

Mired in recession, the eurozone is haunted by the spectre of stagnation


Greece: Syriza retreats under Troika threats

24/02/2015, Nicos Anastasiades, Xekinima (CWI Greece), Thessaloniki

Popular mood shows anti-austerity, socialist policies would win huge support


Britain: Labour MP shows contempt for workers

24/02/2015,

Three decades ago he debated with Militant leaders who warned about degeneration of his party


Germany: Pegida at an end?

24/02/2015, Michael Koschitzki, SAV (CWI Germany)

German racist mobilizations split but danger continues


History: The political legacy of Malcolm X

21/02/2015, Eljeer Hawkins, Socialist Alternative

50 years after his assassination


Malaysia: Stop arrests of government opponents!

20/02/2015, Statement on arrests from Socialist Alternative (CWI Malaysia)

Respect the right to freedom of speech!


Solidarity: Five Dublin anti-water charge protesters jailed

20/02/2015, Socialistworld.net

International solidarity protests needed!


Congo: Forty two killed during street protests in January

20/02/2015, Per-Åke Westerlund, Rättvisepartiet Socialisterna (CWI Sweden)

Senate quashes Kabila’s plan to extend presidency


Greece: What does Tsipras’s endorsement of Prokopis Pavlopoulos for President signify?

19/02/2015, Statement by Xekinima (CWI Greece) Editorial Board [edited translation]

Economic and social crisis requires independent pro-worker, socialist policies!


Britain: 2015 Socialist Party Congress:

19/02/2015, Socialist Party (CWI in England & Wales) reporters

Preparing the forces to fight capitalist austerity


Ireland: Socialist questions Taoiseach on political policing

18/02/2015, socialistworld.net

International solidarity protests continue


Denmark: Terrorist attack in Copenhagen

18/02/2015, Arne Johansson, Rättvisepartiet Socialisterna (CWI Sweden)

United struggle needed against right-wing policies


Spain: Is ‘Podemos’ the Spanish Syriza?

16/02/2015, Danny Byrne, CWI

Dangers of “moderation” and domestication


Tunisia: “The new government will not prevent a year of important struggles, of mass strikes, riots and popular explosions”

16/02/2015, Socialistworld.net

Interview with Dali Malik, CWI supporter in Tunis



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