Month: February 2020

Revolt in the Aegean Sea

29 February, 2020 · Greece

How the fear of some and the discontent of others led the islanders as a whole to join into the struggle by making the migrants’ demands their own

What the coronavirus exposed

28 February, 2020 · Imperialism Report

The most dangerous and constant enemies of human needs and life are within each country and are neither the viruses that come “from outside” nor the armies of neighboring countries.

Europe’s fault lines and the global crisis

22 February, 2020 · Imperialism Report

Greece. Demonstration against Mitzotakis' pension reform.

The speed at which the trends towards recession and war are developing, the violence of the attacks on the living conditions of millions of workers around the world, still do not correlate with the level of response achieved by workers’ struggles so far this year.

Blood and debt

15 February, 2020 · Imperialism Report

Turkish army going in Syria, refugees going out.

The pockets of war are expanding, the global arsenals are widening and the tensions between powers are worsening at the pace of the difficulties of global capital. And do they expect us to close ranks with “our” national capital, which reserves more misery and militarism for us every day?

Crossing the equator of Trump’s reign

8 February, 2020 · Imperialism Report

People take part in a demonstration called by several representative workers unions on January 29, 2020 against French government pension reform plans that have raised many protests and multi-sector strikes since early December 2019. / AFP / Thomas SAMSON

A strange and false “peace” built on the temporary impotence of its protagonists, who have every intention of blowing it up. Behind the fog, both war and crisis continue to rage.

The Mediterranean on the edge of war

1 February, 2020 · Imperialism Report

Turkish cavalry in Idlib.

We’re entering a critical time. The forces and tensions driving the spread of war in the Mediterranean and North Africa are constantly unfolding, while European workers are close to suffering -thanks to the trade unions- the first serious defeats in the fight for their pensions.