National Sections of the L5I:

Africa

Libya and the struggle against imperialism

The fighting in Libya continues to rage as the imperialists attempt to frustrate the revolution whilst isolating Gaddafi. Read more...

Uganda and the fight for gay rights

The struggle for gay rights in Uganda and across Africa has been hitting the headlines. Simon Hardy asks why is homophobia still such an issue today? Read more...

Battle for Libya rages on

The civil war in Libya has intensified, writes Simon Hardy, as both sides struggle for control of major cities and towns Read more...

Blood and tragedy on the Ivory Coast

As French helicopters fire on forces still loyal to Laurent Gbagbo and militia supporting his rival Alassane Ouattara take over the countries largest city, Joana Ramiro explores the political history Read more...

Nato over Libya - the tide begins to turn

Imperialism has intervened into Libya not to save the revolution, but to co-opt it, writes Simon Hardy Read more...

Victoria a la Revolución Libia

La rebelión contra la dictadura de Gadafi merece nuestro apoyo incondicional y esto no cambia por la decisión de la ONU, escribe Peter Main Read more...

Detener la intervención de Naciones Unidas en Libia

La decisión de la ONU de intervenir en Libia no ha sido una medida humanitaria para "proteger a los civiles". Es, ante todo, una política cuidadosamente calculada para proteger los intereses occidentales en el país. En segundo lugar, además, es un paso importante hacia la estabilización de toda la región, ralentizando la ola de rebeliones y garantizando la continuidad en el poder de los aliados de los occidentales, tales como los reyes de Arabia Saudita y Bahréin. Read more...

Stop the UN intervention in Libya

The UN decision to intervene in Libya was not a humanitarian measure to "protect civilians". It was, first of all, a carefully calculated policy to protect Western interests in the country. Read more...