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Rob Jones (Moscow) and Alexandr Shurman (Kyiv), reposted from socialistworld.net Ukraine has become one of the most crisis ridden states in Europe. Now a new round of elections is looming in which workers, the youth...

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The underlying crisis of world capitalism has, as we predicted, significantly deteriorated in the year. In the decisive sphere of the world economy a new crisis looms, the timing and character of which are not...

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Murat Karin, Sosyalist Alternatif (CWI in Turkey) Turkey held snap elections on 24 June, out of which the ruling AKP and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan arose seemingly triumphant. But at the heart of Erdoğan’s decision...

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A general strike and huge demonstrations of an unprecedented scale have shaken the Jordanian kingdom, against the backdrop of a steep rise in the cost of living and government corruption. The struggle has succeeded in...

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Ten Years Since the Crash

March 30, 2018

What now for the world economy? All is not well with capitalism. Economic jitters parallel political volatility. Stock market highs in December turned to mass share sell-offs in February. Colossal personal and governmental debt stalks...

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TU Senan, CWI Dramatic political upheavals are the order of the day in the era of capitalist crisis and that is what has taken place in Sri Lanka – but with special island characteristics. Former...

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All political and economic power to the workers and the people! Izquierda Revolucionaria (CWI in Venezuela) Electoral defeats of the right and increase in dissatisfaction with the bureaucracy Since the victory of the government in...

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Could the financial turmoil of the opening week set the tone for 2016? Per-Åke Westerlund, with additional reporting by Vincent Kolo Global financial markets started 2016 with a bang! A reprise of last summer’s chaotic...

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Report of World Perspectives Discussion at the 2015 CWI Summer School Growing poverty and inequality, unemployment, war and its horrific consequences, economic stagnation and crisis. These were some of the themes touched on by Judy...

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Events in Greece have thrown the entire Eurozone into crisis and threaten its very existence. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called a referendum for 5 July proposing a ‘No’ vote on the demands of the...

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