The British military in Basra, Iraq’s second biggest city, is under attack. This is not from ’rogue elements’ of the former Ba’athist regime but local residents incensed at the lack of mains electricity and, ironically […]
100 years ago, on July 30 1903, the second Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party began in Brussels. This congress saw the historic division between the Bolsheviks and Mensheviks.
Top bosses’ pay keeps going up and up. A recent survey by the Guardian newspaper found that the senior directors of the UK’s biggest 100 companies increased their income by a staggering 23% last year […]
George Bush has recently shown a keen interest in African affairs, from moves to combat the spread of HIV to the strengthening of diplomatic and military ties with a number of governments.
Labour’s free market policies to blame for rail and electricity woes.
The Scottish National Party (SNP) is still reeling from their drubbing in the May 1st elections to the Scottish parliament.
August 14th saw the pilots and flying crew of Austrian Airlines (AUA) go on strike for two hours.
Lula government’s pension "reform" bill passed first reading in House of Representatives with most PT lefts voting in favour.
At the beginning of July 1,100 asylum seekers from Afghanistan were ordered to leave the country. The government wants to send them back, because, they claim, “the war is finished”. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Foreign […]
MORE THAN 300 people from all over Europe, the USA, Middle East and Asia met at the CWI European Summer School.