COVID-19
Corporate interests are determining US response to COVID-19

Dr. Hani Serag of the People’s Health Movement talks about the huge number of COVID-19 cases that are being reported across the US.

How can countries overcome US monopoly over Remdesivir?

After making America sick again, president Donald Trump is trying to compensate for his administration’s failure by buying up the entire stock of Remdesivir from Gilead for the next three months for the US, and leaving nothing for the rest of the world.

COVID-19: virus strain dominant worldwide is different from original in Wuhan

According to a publication in Cell, the strain, which is named D614G, is a result of point mutation of the original strain. However, it is not associated with disease severity

India should not be a pawn in US imperialist efforts against China

India and China are two sovereign and independent countries with their own set of strengths and problems. They need to sit and talk to resolve their issues on their own

US Buys Up Remdesivir: We Must Break Patents for Access to COVID-19 Drug

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha discusses the US buying out supplies of the COVID-19 drug, Remdesivir.

Revert to full employment to overcome neoliberalism and COVID-19 jobs crisis

Economist Robert Pollin advocates a macroeconomic agenda centred on full employment to deal with the rapidly unfolding jobs crisis.

How does COVID-19 causes the loss of smell?

The unusual thing with COVID-19 is that, people facing loss of smell don’t have a stuffy nose, according to Harvard Medical School neuroscientist Sandeep Robert Datta

The absurdity of hiking oil prices amid lockdown and pandemic

Taxing oil is the worst among all tax options when income sources have dried up. It will have the most deleterious effect on the level of output and employment

(Part 2) India’s internal emergency: A brutal chapter in authoritarianism

This period saw a sustained and brutal attack on democratic rights with the poor and the working class suffering the most.

India’s internal emergency: A brutal chapter in authoritarianism

On the 45th anniversary of the imposition of India’s notorious internal emergency, we take a look at what led to that decision and the impact it had on the country’s democracy

Finally, myth of stock market as barometer for real economy busted

US stock markets boom while its economy collapses. People there are already on streets demanding equality; it is only a matter of time before working people take to streets in India as well

World Refugee Day Imperialist occupation and wars are the driving force behind the displacement of people

On World Refugee Day, June 20, we look at the root causes which force people to leave their homes across the world

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