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Nigeria: Africa’s number one economy -- for wealth evaporation

In 2012, neoliberalism catalysed a national “Occupy Nigeria” strike that nearly overthrew the government after the removal of a petrol subsidy, under direct pressure from the IMF, writes Patrick Bond.

Discussion: Are Russia and China imperialist powers?

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Bosnia: Tulzla the 'unknown workers' capital of Europe'

Why does Bosnia-Herzegovina inspire so little interest and curiosity in the media and the political class when, on the contrary, Ukraine is front-page news, asks Olivier Besancenot. In recent weeks, this country has also risen in revolt against injustice and poverty, and expressed their desire for change.

Palestine: Anti-Zionism is not anti-Semitism

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VIDEO: Tariq Ali on the legacy of Hugo Chavez

Marking one year since the untimely death of former Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, eminent writer and film maker Tariq Ali gave a passionate memorial lecture in central London on February 20 at an event organised by the British Venezuelan Solidarity Campaign.

VIDEO: Die Linke and the fight against austerity

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A path to socialism ― building on Chavez's legacy

It is now one year since the unfortunate death of Hugo Chavez on March 5, 2013, writes Venezuela-based Canadian socialist Michael Lebowitz. How Chavez will be remembered depends significantly on whether we build upon the foundations he began, and advance the struggle for a humanist socialism of the 21st century.

Ukraine: Views from the left

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Party of the European Left: building unity to build hope

When the 200-plus delegates finally voted on the two main documents presented to the fourth congress of the Party of the European Left (EL), held on December 13-15 in Madrid, there was a faint murmur of surprise at the degree of support received, writes Dick Nichols in an eyewitness account of fourth congress of the group that unites left parties across the continent.

Noam Chomsky's weak spot on political power

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'Don't be fooled by what most media outlets are telling you about protests in Venezuela'

Eva Golinger writes that there is a revolution in Venezuela, but it is not the right-wing protests what most media outlets are showing taking place today in Caracas.

Syria: Assad to blame for sectarian rise

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Bosnia: Uprising helps revive class politics

Starting on February 5, mass protests led by workers and retrenched workers in privatised factories, have rocked most major industrial cities in Bosnia, writes Michael Karadjis. Read more.

Venezuela: The political economy of inflation and investment strikes

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Philippines: Popularising socialism with a local flavour

A document on bayanihan socialism was presented at the convention of the Philippines socialist Party of the Labouring Masses in December. It was an attempt to help popularise the ideas of socialism to a mass audience in the Philippines. Read more.

South Africa: Forging a new movement

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Inequality the issue for 2014

With everyone from Pope Francis to US President Barack Obama bemoaning the effect that inequality is having on the world today, the national director of New Zealand's Unite union Mike Treen says it has become a decisive issue across the world. But, to tackle inequality, Treen says we must go to its source -- capitalism.

Protests as military drags Egypt back to dictatorship

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Wildcat strikes push China to write new anti-labour laws

More than 30 years since China opened up to foreign investment, wildcat strikes surge month after month, says Ellen David Friedman. This raw resistance has generally gotten employers to give in to strikers’ economic demands.

The struggle for ecology under socialism

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