Muhammed Shabeer
Who can stop the far-right?

The scope and scale of the right-wing resurgence this year shows the urgent need for greater working class mobilizations that can safeguard and deepen democracy and build coalitions

“We want Belgium out of NATO and NATO out of Belgium”

The Workers’ Party of Belgium has been in the forefront of resisting the far-right in the country, as well as promoting internationalism and battling for a just solution to climate change

Workers' Party of Belgium What makes the Workers’ Party of Belgium tick?

Bert De Belder of the Workers’ Party of Belgium reflects on the transitions that enabled his organization to emerge as a powerful force throughout the country at a time of increasing fracturing of the polity

New Brexit Interview “Brexit must be tied to the campaign for a radical and transformative Labour government”

Peoples Dispatch speaks to Martin Hall of the Leave-Fight-Transform (LeFT) campaign on the possibilities for a radical and progressive Brexit and its implications

Hungarian politics “A new kind of right-wing extremism is on a roll in Hungary”

József Böröcz, a professor of sociology at the Rutgers University in the US, talks about the characteristics of the government and politics of Victor Orbán in Hungary and the possibilities of resistance

Worsening condition of refugee camps in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Activists and volunteers who took part in a donation convoy for refugees in Bosnia-Herzegovina have reported the harsh conditions of the refugees living there

North Macedonia North Macedonia and the perils of an EU obsession

The coalition government of North Macedonia led by Zoran Zaev called for fresh elections after French opposition denied it a date for the initiation of membership talks with the EU

In Hungarian local polls, Orban’s Fidesz party loses grip over key cities

The opposition managed to gain mayorships in 10 major cities, while Fidesz won 13 mayorships and continued its dominance in county councils

Poland elections The far right regains power in Poland riding on social conservatism, Euro-skepticism

The ruling conservative Law and Justice Party (PiS) secured a simple majority in the 460-member lower house of the parliament, the Sejm by winning 235 seats

Swiss Party of Labour-Interview “In Switzerland, class struggle is the way forward, not class collaboration”

Interview with Alexander Eniline, member of the Executive Committee of the Swiss Party of Labour and the Chairman of Geneva’s cantonal organisation.

European Parliament European Parliament’s anti-communist resolution draws widespread criticism

Communists and other progressives have accused the EU leadership of targeting the Soviet Union while concealing the role of countries such as Spain and Italy in the spread of Nazism and fascism

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