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Economy

Millions march against Trump

It was the largest international demonstration since the Iraq War. The ‘Women’s March’ on 21 January capped a two day explosion of resistance to the inauguration of Donald Trump.  Read more...

Made in America

What lies behind Trump’s Victory and how can he be stopped? Read more...

Italy says No to anti-democratic constitutional reform

Italian voters have rejected premier Matteo Renzi's proposed amendments to the constitution with an impressive 59 percent in the referendum sponsored by his government. Read more...

Britain:The bitter fruit of Brexit

The first of the reactionary consequences of Brexit is the major boost it has given to racist attacks on people perceived to be migrants. The effect was immediate. Read more...

G20: Climate deal overshadowed by US-China tensions

First, the good news from Hangzhou; the US and China have adopted the international climate change agreement reached in Paris in December 2015. Read more...

India: General strike challenges BJP government

One year ago, on September 2, 2015, a general strike by 150 million workers brought India to a standstill. Read more...

The Brexit referendum and its aftermath

The victory for a British exit from the European Union, Brexit, in the June 23 referendum has created shock waves not only in Europe but around the world. Read more...

China slowing down

摆在读者面前的这篇文章是第五国际的成员Peter Main写于两年多以前的一则时评,他结合中国和国际的经济社会背景对当时央行大幅提高贷款利率的措施进行了详细、全面、深刻的评述,并展望了中国的前景。这件事现在也许没人记得了,因为时隔两年,当时轰动一时的新闻早已成为了“旧闻”,假如有人站在今天的立场而高高在上地去评论当时事件的始末与之后发生的事,那是无聊的事后诸葛行为。 Read more...