Dall’inizio dell’emergenza sanitaria si sono succeduti i decreti del governo Conte che, uno dietro l’altro, hanno aumentato le restrizioni. Ai decreti si sono unite le ordinanze delle diverse regioni. Si è sviluppata una campagna che ha promosso il distanziamento sociale, inviti a restare a casa, hashtag e appelli.
- [Interview] Defending the Cuban Revolutionon 2. Agosto 2021 at 13:42
Jorge Martin, editor for In Defence of Marxism, appeared on Rupture Radio talking about the Cuban Revolution, the recent protests that have broken out in the country, the imperialist blockade, and the tasks facing revolutionaries. You can listen to the entire thought-provoking discussion here.
- Bulgaria: regime in crisis – workers’ alternative needed!on 2. Agosto 2021 at 13:33
The 11 July Bulgarian parliamentary elections dislodged the right-wing GERB (“Citizens for the European Development of Bulgaria”) party from power. Deep divisions in the ruling class now threaten to transform a crisis of the regime into one of the whole political system.
- World Perspectives 2021: a global epoch of revolution is being preparedon 30. Luglio 2021 at 10:30
This document was approved by delegates at the 2021 World Congress of the International Marxist Tendency (full report here). It provides our general analysis of the main processes taking place in world politics, at a time marked by unprecedented crisis and turmoil. With dynamite in the foundations of the world economy and the COVID-19 pandemic still casting a shadow over the global situation, all roads lead to intensified class struggle.
- Marxism on the march worldwide: IMT Congress 2021on 27. Luglio 2021 at 21:19
Between 24 and 27 July, more than 2,800 Marxists from over 50 countries around the world gathered online for the World Congress of the International Marxist Tendency (IMT). This congress had originally been scheduled to take place in 2020, but was cut across by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Tunisia’s constitutional coup: no trust in any bourgeois factionon 27. Luglio 2021 at 14:36
A decade after the 2010/11 revolution threw out the hated dictator Ben Ali, a wave of anti-government protest has rocked Tunisia. The government has been ousted in a palace coup, but there can be no faith in any bourgeois faction. The masses can trust only in their own strength. A new revolutionary upsurge by workers and youth is necessary to win a real future.