Rank-and-file members of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union Canada (ILWU) in British Columbia have voted down an employment agreement foisted on them by a government mediator, reports Jeff Shantz.
A 16-year-old boy died in a Wisconsin sawmill while states loosen 80-year-old child labour laws, aiming to bring in super exploitable child labour, especially in non-unionised industries, reports Malik Miah.
Guahan (Guam) peace activist Monaeka Flores explains why she fights United States militarism and the expanding bases on her Pacific island nation and around the world.
The expansion of United States military bases in Okinawa, other islands in Japan, Guahan/Guam and Australia is a deadly threat to peace and to indigenous communities, warns Okinawa peace activist Shinako Oyakawa.
Inter-ethnic conflict in Manipur, India, has already cost more than 130 lives, grievously injured hundreds and displaced more than 50,000 people, writes NT. The weaponisation of sexual violence has prompted calls for the Supreme Court to step in to bring justice for the victims.
Anti-war protesters formed a human chain around the perimeter of the United States military base in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, on July 27, the 70th anniversary of the Korean War armistice, reports Peter Boyle.
Internationally renowned Marxist sociologist and anti-war socialist Boris Kagarlitsky is currently being held in a Russian pre-trial detention centre and faces the possibility of up to 7 years’ jail if found guilty of the trumped-up charge of “justifying terrorism”. Federico Fuentes reports.
Green Left's European correspondent Dick Nichols analyses the July 23 Spanish general election.
Dockworkers ended their strike in British Columbia, following a controversial ruling by the Canadian Industrial Relations Board to declare their strike illegal, reports Jeff Shantz.
Filipino socialist activist and Party of the Labouring Masses (PLM) chairperson Sonny Melencio speaks with Federico Fuentes about global imperialism and the Filipino left’s response to the threat of a US-China war.
Tens of thousands of Peruvians took to the streets across the country on July 19 to protest the Dina Boluarte coup government, reports Ana Zorita, marking the first of 10 days of national action called for by unions and grassroots organisations.
The Escolásticas community in Querétaro state, Mexico, has been subjected to extreme police repression, as it struggles to protect land and water from private interests, reports Tamara Pearson.