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Mapping Faultlines: The dilemmas of Non-Alignment

Newsclick’s Editor-in-Chief Prabir Purkayastha talks about the history and legacy of the Non-Aligned movement which marks 60 years

Bezos and Musk: New Space Age or billionaire space grab?

We are entering a new space age in which billionaires can leave this world, which they are destroying, hoping to find another world to conquer and destroy

Around the World in 8 Minutes: People’s movements to mobilize against upcoming NATO Summit

In this episode we look at why people’s movements are organizing against the upcoming NATO summit in Brussels

Armenia and Azerbaijan announce agreement to end battle over Nagorno-Karabakh region

As per the deal mediated by Russia, Armenia will withdraw its forces from the Nagorno-Karabakh region. Russia will also deploy a peacekeeping force for a period of five years

One hundred years of Indian communism

The Left has steadfastly opposed neoliberal policies, but there are new challenges of repression and ‘othering’, unleashed by authoritarian/fascist regimes, that need to be faced now

Victory Day and the continuing battle against Fascism

May 9 is Victory Day, which celebrates the defeat of Nazism and Fascism in World War II.

Interview Temur Pipia-Georgia “Georgia should return to the socialist path of development”

Temur Pipia, leader of the Unified Communist Party of Georgia, talks on the legal proceedings against him, the campaign against the left in the country and the challenges before communists

COVID in Russia Russia sees highest daily rise in recorded cases of COVID-19 on Sunday

In the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Russian government has postponed the Victory Day parade held annually to celebrate the Soviet Union victory over Nazi Germany in the second world war

capitalism isn't working Capitalism, socialism and over-production crises

Unlike capitalism, socialism avoids any waste or slack, such as is caused by an over-production crisis, by raising the consumption of workers appropriately to avert it

Russia healthcare Residents of Volgorechensk in Russia demand better healthcare

Accusing that only 8.9% of the country’s budget is allocated to the health sector, the protesting residents demanded more funds for healthcare

World War II: Was D-Day the actual turning point?

We take a look into the D-Day celebrations and examine what is missing from this hegemonic narrative about the victory of the allied forces

Valentin Konovalov becomes third Russian opposition candidate to win provincial polls this year

Konovalov’s victory in the Khakassian Republic, and the likelihood of another communist candidate, Andrey Ischenko, winning in the province of Primorsky krai in December, indicate a rising discontent with president Vladimir Putin and his United Russia party

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