Written by Cáit Ó Pronntaigh. A new bill before the United States Senate titled “Cut Profits to the Cuban Regime Act of 2020” is targeting Cuba’s medical missions, and proposes that nations accepting Cuban medical aid should be subject to penalty. Nations in the South Pacific have benefited from Cuban medical aid and medical training… Continue reading Further US sanctions on Cuba attacks Pacific self-determination
Introduction The content of our Justice Programme was informed by attendees of two public hui in Auckland and Wellington in December 2018, as well as justice organisers and thinkers. This is the third of six sections analysing the state of class warfare in Aotearoa, and laying out a plan for building a movement for liberation… Continue reading How can we fix the broken justice system?
This article was originally posted by Karin from Frankfurt iL on the online debate website of interventionistische Linke, a German radical socialist organisation. We greatly appreciate the work of Sabine Schneider from Tangimoana/Manawatu who translated the original text to assist radicals in Aotearoa. What to do in times of Corona? Because a virus rattles society… Continue reading What to do in times of Corona – Interventionistische Linke
Introduction The content of our Work and Welfare Programme was informed by attendees of two public hui in Auckland and Wellington in November 2018, as well as anti-poverty and labour organisers. This is the second of six sections analysing the state of class warfare in Aotearoa, and laying out a plan for building a movement… Continue reading How can we end poverty?
by Mirkyton Ummashtarte Part 1: Goodbye to the end of History 31 years ago, US political writer Francis Fukuyama wrote an essay titled The end of history. In it, he summed up what many were feeling at the conclusion of the Cold War: without a grand historical conflict between world superpowers, what further challenges could… Continue reading Covid-19 and the new era