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RCEP: World’s Biggest Anti-Worker Trade Deal Signed

Fifteen countries signed on to the world’s biggest trade deal in mid-November. Despite the pro-capitalist propaganda this new free trade deal is bad news for workers, poor and young people in the region. Covering approximately...

Hong Kong: Third wave of pandemic and counter-revolutionary repression

Government uses new Covid-19 outbreak as pretext to cancel Legco elections The passage of the draconian Hong Kong National Security Law means the counter-revolutionary suppression by the Chinese dictatorship (CCP) has officially arrived, following the...

The Australia-China conflict: a socialist view

A new stage of hostility has opened in the strained relationship between the Australian and Chinese governments. At a time when international cooperation is needed more than ever, Canberra and Beijing are engaged in...

Hong Kong national security law – Xi Jinping’s “nuclear option”

The effect of the Chinese regime’s new law is similar to a military coup or second “June 4 (Tiananmen)” but using laws, secret police and massive levels of cyber-surveillance instead of tanks. The scope of...

The jostling for power in Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste, formerly East Timor, saw a new round of political turmoil in February after the government coalition collapsed and the prime minister resigned. While the tiny Southeast Asian nation is no stranger to political...

Coronavirus: Fighting the pandemic is a class issue

The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak is close to becoming a global pandemic – the WHO so far refuses to make this call, but many experts think that point has already been reached. ** Global capitalism is staring...

China’s dictatorship ignites massive coronavirus backlash

“They are lying, we know they are lying. They also know that we know they are lying, and yet they are still lying.” This online comment from a resident of Wenzhou, one of several big...

China – Australia’s greatest threat?

Australian relations with China’s authoritarian regime have deteriorated in recent months. Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton added to the tensions when he hypocritically criticised China for ‘undemocratic conduct against Australian values’. Despite China being Australia’s...

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