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Interview -Levica - N. Macedonia The state for the people: The Left in Parliament

Redzep Ismail of the Presidium of the Levica (The Left) talks about why his party opposes the Prespa Agreement, the change of his country’s name to North Macedonia and the party’s performance in the recent elections

Dutch socialist youth demand abolition of first class in railways to prevent overcrowding

Even during the raging COVID-19 pandemic, trains in the Netherlands have been running with overcrowded second class coaches and almost vacant expensive first class coaches

Greek communist youth resolve to intensify struggle against imperialism

The 29th edition of the anti-imperialist camp organized by the Communist Youth of Greece (KNE) concluded on July 19. The event was organized under the banner “We stay strong, we do not stay silent, we go on the counter-attack”

Covid-19 Pandemic Poses Fundamental Challenges to all Societies

Quick and widespread testing and quarantine will help tackle the spread of Covid-19, not ultra-nationalism or hyper-capitalism.

Italian by-elections Democratic Party retains seat in Italian by-polls, Communists regain ground

The recent electoral trends show that the winning streak of the Italian right-wing led by Matteo Salvini of the League has been checked, at least temporarily

Refugee crisis Turkish blackmail worsens situation for refugees

The Turkey-Greece borders are on alert as Turkey allows thousands of refugees to cross over to Europe. The move is being viewed as an attempt by the Turkish government to blackmail the European Union (EU) to support its imperialist designs in the Syrian conflict

Brexit: The end of the beginning

The UK may have officially left the EU on January 31 but the divisions created during the process remain and many challenges lie ahead

Brexit deal passed in Commons UK House of Commons passes Johnson’s Brexit deal

The deal has set the United Kingdom on course to leave the European Union by the end of the month and complete the transition process by the end of the year

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

Workers' protest Italy Protests against Eurozone bailout fund reform hit Rome

Adherence to the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) by Italy is likely to make way for more austerity measures and policies of structural adjustments, as stipulated by the European Union

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

NATO Balkans NATO: the destabilizer in the Balkans

NATO is highly unpopular among the majority of the citizens living in the Balkan state, having suffered under its brutal military onslaught during the civil wars in the region

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