Stop the Wars at Home and Abroad!

Ansar Allah Are Not Working With Al Shabaab – Abdiwahab Sheikh Abdisamad

by Ann Garrison, published on Black Agenda Report, June 26, 2024 US and EU forces have been unable to defeat Ansar Allah and now the US is floating a story that they’re working with Al Shabaab. On October 19, 2023, Yemen’s Ansar Allah began launching missiles and armed drones at Israel, demanding an end to its war and blockade on[…]

Read more

Iran Accuses Israel Of Using ‘Blind Terrorism’ To Cover Up Its Failures

by  People’s Dispatch, published on Popular Resistance, January 22, 2024 Israel Has Been Carrying Out Air Strikes in Lebanon and Syria. Allegedly targeting Hezbollah and Iranian targets in clear attempts to provoke a regional war. Iranian foreign minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian accused Israel of using “mindless terrorism” to cover up its losses in its war on Gaza. Abdollahian’s statement on[…]

Read more

Declaration of the Summit of Heads of State of the G77 and China

The summit held in Havana was attended by more than 1,300 participants from 116 countries and 12 organizations and agencies of the United Nations system. Thirty-three nations from Latin America and the Caribbean, 46 from Africa, 34 from Asia and three from Europe were represented. Thirty-one heads of state and government, 12 vice presidents, dozens of ministers from multiple portfolios[…]

Read more

The Left’s Reaction To The BRICS

by Manuel Raposo, published on Workers World, September 8, 2023           (translation: John Catalinotto) Unable to stop the expansion of the BRICS [Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa; Argentina, Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates are scheduled to become members on Jan. 1, 2024] and the growing prestige that the organization has gained in the dependent[…]

Read more

BRICS Bloc: No Alternative to US Imperialist World Order

by Jeff Mackler, published on Socialist Action, August 25, 2023 Meeting amid the gleaming glass towers of Johannesburg’s business district, the mostly billionaire heads of state had no clear agenda other than perhaps a major expansion of BRICS membership aimed at increasing its influence on the world capitalist marketplace.   China’s President Xi Jinping mysteriously skipped the opening session, but[…]

Read more

People Of Niger Want To Shatter Resignation

By Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research, August 25, 2023 In 1958, the poet and trade union leader Abdoulaye Mamani of Zinder (Niger) won an election in his home region against Hamani Diori, one of the founders of the Nigerien Progressive Party. This election result posed a problem for French colonial authorities, who wanted Diori to lead the new[…]

Read more

Organized crime in Vilnius

by Editor @ Workers World, published July 20, 2023 To evaluate the NATO summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, this July it helps to observe it in the framework of what this military alliance’s meeting really is: an international gathering of the heads of criminal gangs and some local stooges. If that argument seems to stretch reality, consider these points: The major[…]

Read more

Iran in America’s Backyard: Raisi’s Defiant Latin America Tour

by Zafar Mehdi, published on The Cradle, June 23, 2023 On 21 June, the US House Counterterrorism, Law Enforcement, and Intelligence Subcommittee conducted a hearing on “countering threats posed by nation-state actors” in Latin America to US homeland security. Congressman and subcommittee chair August Pfluger referred to “threats” posed by China, Russia, and Iran to US homeland security within Latin[…]

Read more

5 Reasons Why Much of the Global South Isn’t Automatically Supporting the West in Ukraine

by Krishen Mehta, produced by Globetrotter, February 24, 2023 Krishen Mehta is a member of the Board of the American Committee for U.S.-Russia Accord (ACURA), and a Senior Global Justice Fellow at Yale University. This article is distributed by Globetrotter in partnership with ACURA. In October 2022, about eight months after the war in Ukraine started, the University of Cambridge in the UK[…]

Read more