internationalism

An Introduction to the Work of the CWO and ICT

The article which follows is a transcript of an introduction to an online meeting of CWO members and sympathisers on 21 November 2020.

What is the International Workers’ Association and why should you join it?

A recent article written by Leeds SolFed on the 99th anniversary of the International Workers' Association.

Internationalism series – Experiences in South America

We interviewed a comrade from Germany who has been following events and movements in South America. She works as a postal worker for DHL. The initial introduction to the series can be found here: https://letsgetrooted.wordpress.com/2020/09/05/working-class-internationalism-series/

[Barbaria] Capital Kills

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• Capital kills
• A world that is gone
• Back to school: our lives against their interests
http://www.autistici.org/tridnivalka/barbaria-capital-kills/

Review: ‘War and the International – A history of the Trotskyist movement in Britain 1937 -1949’

Why would seriously want to you waste your time reading about various infights of pretty minuscule Trotskyist sects 80 years ago?!

Nagorno-Karabakh War: For Workers the Real Enemy Lies at Home

In the context of global capitalism the war in Nagorno-Karabakh is just one more conflict that capitalism in its imperialist stage cannot solve.

In Times of Lockdown: How to Contact and Work Towards Joining the CWO

If you like our output, if you read our articles and think we are saying sensible things, then please, consider opening up a dialogue with us. You can contact us in many different ways.

Internationalism - Work in India and establishment of GurgaonWorkersNews

This article is part of a wider 'internationalism series', produced by comrades from the 'Let's get rooted' network: https://letsgetrooted.wordpress.com/2020/09/05/working-class-internationalism-series/

Anti-war Statement of Azerbaijani Leftist Youth

Statement by signatories of a group of left wing Azerirbaijani youths denouncing the current conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia and the system of nations, xenophobia and capitalism that have allowed it to happen.