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Taiwan and the logic(s) of imperialism

Charlie Hore looks at the background to Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan—which has further raised tensions between the United States and China—and asks what the U.S. expected to get out of it.

Rail workers may strike next month

Federal mediators will soon release their recommendation to resolve contract talks between the United Rail Unions and the bosses. Paul KD spoke to Ross Grooters, co-chair of Railway Workers United—who says a national freight rail strike is possible in September.

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Unleashing the fight for reproductive justice

Ashley Smith urges those in the fight for abortion justice to build mass opposition to the abortion ban instead of looking to the Democratic party, elections, or liberal feminist organizations.

Defend Walden Bello!

Information on the arrest of Philippine activist, intellectual, and politician Walden Bello and a call to build a campaign in his defense.

The rise and fall of progressivism in Latin America

Anderson Bean reviews The Impasse of the Latin American Left, a new book by Frank Gaudichaud, Massimo Modones, and Jeffery R. Webber on the experience of the Latin American Left, over the last couple of decades, in and out of power.

Sri Lanka’s democratic revolution

Months of protests brought down Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa last month. Scholar-activist Rohini Hensman situates this victory as one step in a protracted struggle for democracy in Sri Lanka.

Dropping like flies

Joe Allen shares stories of UPS drivers endangered by the lack of air conditioning in delivery vehicles and the company’s failure to respond.

Stylized image of postal workers strike 1970s

Origins of the rank and file strategy

Kim Moody, a veteran of the International Socialists, explains the roots of the rank and file strategy in the Marxist tradition and how the International Socialists (U.S.) tried to put it into practice by diving into the rank and file rebellions of the 1970s.

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