US representative Zalmay Khalilzad (left) and Taliban representative Abdul Ghani Baradar (right) sign a peace agreement in Doha, Qatar on February 29, 2020.

The second round of the bloody American game in Afghanistan

In a Sept. 2 statement, the organization Left Radical of Afghanistan warns that while U.S. troops are gone, U.S. determination to achieve its regional goals remains.
International, middle east
Withdrawal of US and NATO troops from Afghanistan and remaining threats

Withdrawal of US and NATO troops from Afghanistan and remaining threats

The organization Left Radical of Afghanistan concludes that the Taliban have no plans to meet the desperate needs of the Afghan people, and will soon face resistance.
Core Group and Imperialism Out of Haiti

Core Group and Imperialism Out of Haiti

Committee for Revolutionary International Regroupment statement gives insight into how the Core Group of diplomats of imperialist countries maintains political control in Haiti.
anti-imperialism, CRIR, International
End government assaults on the right to protest

End government assaults on the right to protest

Big business and bosses sponsored the backlash against BLM and water protectors — with people of color the frontline targets.
Hands holding a sign in the air that says "Keep abortion safe and legal"

The Hyde Amendment is still a threat!

Don’t be misled by the media silence into thinking that the Hyde Amendment is out of the federal budget for good.
One economy, two realities

One economy, two realities

An investigation into the massively unequal impact of the pandemic-driven meltdown.
economy, Inequality, workers
U.S. Senate chamber

Voting rights and gridlock by design

What's happening in Washington D.C. isn't an aberration, it's how the system works.
San Carlos Apache defend public land

San Carlos Apache defend public land

In Arizona, attempts to build a massive copper mine have run into steadfast pushback by the Indigenous nation.