Fascism
Silvio Berlusconi, herald of Italy’s far-right

Italy’s former prime minister died on June 12. His decades-long career was marked by financial scandals, the platforming of the far-right, and neoliberal anti-worker policies

9-05 Victory Day - Europe Communists across Europe mark 78th anniversary of Soviet victory over Nazi Germany

Soviet red flags were raised in Victory Day celebrations across Europe, despite a ban on the display of Soviet and Russian flags in several countries including Germany

The deafening silence of intellectuals in the face of growing global conflicts

Perhaps the most incomprehensible silence is that of the intellectuals. Silence is nothing short of complicity with the masters of war.

A criminal attack on democracy: Why Brazil’s fascists should not get amnesty

From all the excitement echoing from the red tide that took over during Lula’s inauguration as Brazil’s President, the most significant was the call for “no amnesty”

The politics of football: From interwar fascism to Malabar’s cosmopolitanism

Class struggle and revolution have always always been linked to football from its very birth. This is despite attempts by dictators and fascist forces to co-opt the game

Bolsonaro finally breaks silence t​wo days after his reelection failure

Defeated reelection candidate remarks on the street blockades carried out by his supporters and does not congratulate his opponent, Lula

Fascism haunts Europe again

Journalist Aunindyo Chakravarty talks about the rise of Nazism and explains how whenever capitalism is in crisis, capitalists always back anti-people, anti-democratic forces to stop any form of socialism

Fascism returns to Europe’s centerstage

In European politics, Italy traditionally played the role of an eager junior partner to the heavyweights that drive decision-making, France and Germany. That is almost certain to change under Giorgia Meloni

The life of a great marxist: Aijaz Ahmad (1941-2022)

Aijaz Ahmad (1941-2022) died at home on March 9, surrounded by his books and papers, and by the warmth of his children and his friends.

Mostar liberation - Bosnia Anti-fascists observe 77th anniversary of Mostar liberation in Bosnia and Herzegovina

In February 1945, the Yugoslav partisans liberated the city of Mostar from the Nazis and their collaborators. The commemoration this year was marked by a renewed determination to fight neo-fascism

Stop the war posturing – Ukraine is a tinderbox

Military brinkmanship is extremely risky – and the Donbass is crawling with neonazis, mercenaries and trigger-happy adventurers. The only sane approach is de-escalation, writes Morning Star editor Ben Chacko

A year later, what are the lessons from the Trump-backed insurrection of January 6?

Brian Becker, National Director of the ANSWER Coalition, talks about the insurrection of January 6, 2021, why Donald Trump has only grown more popular, and why the Democrats have failed to bring any of the true perpetrators to justice