Jacobin backs Kiliçdaroğlu's reactionary campaign in Turkish elections
Pseudo-left groups support Kiliçdaroğlu for his bitter hostility to the developing movement in the working class and his support for the NATO war on Russia.
Pseudo-left groups support Kiliçdaroğlu for his bitter hostility to the developing movement in the working class and his support for the NATO war on Russia.
Born in 1928, Nowland lived through the Great Depression, World War II and more than three years of the COVID-19 pandemic, but did not survive an encounter with NSW Police.
Erdoğan can posture as an anti-imperialist and a friend of working people and refugees thanks to the political bankruptcy of his rival, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu.
The incursion provides an object lesson in the character of the war waged by NATO against Russia.
According to the authorities, raids were carried out on a total of 15 buildings in seven federal states. The actions recalled the darkest period in German history.
One of the most remarkable collections of political and cultural figures ever assembled, reduced by the defeats of the working class to a wretched condition, is gathered in Marseille.
Assange faces life behind bars for revealing war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan as a publisher. McBride could be jailed indefinitely for exposing the same atrocities as a whistleblower.
The scale of the criminality revealed by the TV program prompted senators from both parties to announce an investigation into the Pentagon.
The State Security Department at the Berlin State Criminal Police Office has announced that a criminal investigation has been initiated against Roger Waters for “incitement of hatred” for dressing in a Nazi-like uniform during his recent concerts in the capital city of Germany.
The lockout occurred following a breakdown in talks on May 9 between auto service contractor Auto Warehouse Company (AWC) and Local 355.
Outbreaks in New South Wales schools give an indication of the severity of a new pandemic wave across the country.
This letter was issued by a group of Clarios workers in Ohio who have formed the Clarios Workers Rank-and-File Committee. The strike by 525 workers is nearing the end of its third week after workers rejected a second UAW-backed contract.
The US and its European and Japanese allies are trying to coordinate their increasingly nationalist, protectionist measures to create a battery supply chain as an alternative to China.
This week, the World Socialist Web Site spoke to autoworkers at Warren Truck outside of Detroit about the ongoing strike of 525 Clarios workers in Ohio.
The UAW is keeping autoworkers at the Ulitium Cell factory in Lordstown Ohio in the dark about the Clarios strikers near Toledo.
India: Haryana municipal workers protest; Philippines milk factory locks out workers; UGL workers in Queensland, Australia protest again; New Zealand teacher unions call off strikes.
A critical aspect of the rapid escalation of Canadian militarism over recent years has been the co-opting of major universities by the military and defence sector.
The May 18 “Federal March” in Buenos Aires joined the misnamed Left and Workers Front-Unity (FIT-U) with organizations that directly belong to the Fernandez government.
Any acceptance of the CWU’s claims that Royal Mail workers and the company share a “mutual interest” is a road to defeat.
“Forced revisions have made start times later… while the so-called union rep stands by and lets it happen.”
Following the announcement at last week’s G7 meeting by the United States that it would send F-16 fighter aircraft to Ukraine, the US and its Ukrainian proxy forces have carried out a series of massively provocative actions aimed at further escalating the conflict.
It has finally been revealed that the six-year-old died of Waterhouse-Friderichsen Syndrome after being infected by Haemophilus influenzae beta in an outbreak at Marcus Garvey Academy in April.
Colombo continues to cover up the growing danger of a new wave of the deadly COVID-19, while maintaining its criminal “let it rip” policies which place profits before human lives.
The courageous stand by the auto battery workers has struck a powerful chord among GM, Ford and Stellantis workers who see the nearly three-week strike as the opening shot in their contract battle.
Lawyer Stephen Kenny warned: "If we don't have people telling us the truth like Chelsea Manning and Julian Assange, then we are going to be ignorant. Our democracy is at stake."
The candidacy of the Florida governor is another step in the shift of the Republican Party towards outright fascist authoritarianism.
While the sentences are two of the longest handed down so far in the January 6 cases, both judgments are well under the prosecutors’ request and recommended minimum sentencing guidelines.
The Trudeau government’s Special Rapporteur has endorsed the reactionary, pro-war narrative of a Chinese threat to Canadian “democracy.” But because he rejected and qualified some of the claims made in illegal intelligence leaks and opposes a public inquiry, he is being pilloried.
WSWS reporters spoke with workers at the Clarios factory in Hanover, Germany, who expressed their support for the courageous strike being carried out by their American colleagues in Toledo, Ohio.
As chief financial officer, Vanessa Hudson presided over a $1 billion cost-cutting plan during the pandemic, which included the destruction of “at least 6,000” jobs.
The Kurdish-nationalist HDP is backing Kılıçdaroğlu’s right-wing campaign even after he pledged to attack the democratic rights of Kurds and refugees.
The party receiving the most votes was the fascistic Republicans, led by José Antonio Kast, the son of a Nazi German officer and admirer of US president Donald Trump.
While increasing its lowest-cost mobile phone plans by 20 percent, Telstra is slashing hundreds of jobs and imposing real wage cuts.
The one-hour walk-out highlights the dire conditions facing news writers, and the need to unite their struggle with ongoing strikes in Hollywood and New York.
Writers spoke with the WSWS and discussed the wider context of the strike and the need to unite all workers in a common struggle against the increasingly difficult situation they face.
Europe is seeing a wave of teachers’ strikes over pay, funding and workload in Germany, Romania, Hungary, Northern Cyprus, and Finland.
It was clear to many in the area that only minutes before their deaths, the boys were pursued by a police van while riding an e-bike. This sparked hours of riots.
The G7 summit from 19 to 21 May marks a major step towards a nuclear third world war. The G7 gave Russia an ultimatum that leaves no room for diplomatic solutions.
Stella Assange, wife of imprisoned Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange, spoke at a rally in Sydney yesterday morning demanding his immediate freedom.
“We need people like Julian, so we know what’s really going on in the world. Biden is trying to get a US journalist out of Russia, and he said, ‘Journalism is not a crime,’ so why hasn’t Julian been released?”
Disturbing new details revealed in the autopsy report of Lashawn Thompson revealed that his death was the result of being deliberately denied medical care while incarcerated.
The Republican-dominated South Carolina Senate passed a law on Tuesday banning abortion after six weeks of pregnancy along with a host of other requirements that will effectively end the procedure in the state.
The Committee of Interns and Residents has sent its members back to work at Elmhurst Hospital in Queens without allowing them to vote on the tentative agreement, which will do nothing to improve their poverty wages.
In his first public comments on the more than two-week strike, the new UAW president tried to conceal the bureaucracy’s attempt to sabotage the decisive struggle.
Papua New Guinea and Washington signed an anti-China Defense Cooperation Agreement giving the US military sweeping “boots on the ground” access to the country.
The conditions that impact the United States’ most poor and vulnerable in the country’s capital are a clear exposure of the government’s rank hypocrisy about “human rights” and “democracy.”
There were two exciting evenings in the almost sold-out Mercedes-Benz Arena. Many thousands of Berliners of all generations praised the music of the now almost 80-year-old former Pink Floyd mastermind and his clear political messages.
Kinetic workers are again taking industrial action over pay and conditions, concerned that the Transport Workers Union is about to strike another rotten deal with the global bus conglomerate.
While continuing to starve public schools of desperately-needed funding, the Albanese government is maintaining the lucrative flow of public monies into the private schools.
Behind the mutual recriminations between the two capitalist parties, there is a basic agreement: All of the social gains made by the working class in the course of more than a century of struggle must be wiped out to pay for the escalating war drive of the American ruling class.
Lula has seen a 13 percent drop in his approval rating as his government deepens austerity policies designed to guarantee profits and foreign debt payments.
The deal will give engineers five days of paid sick leave, far less than what train crews were demanding when their strike was banned by Congress last year.
The documentary’s only contribution, no doubt unintentional on the part of its producers, is to reveal Navalny as a well-to-do crude dimwit; a right-wing man with neither ideas nor principles but eager to do business with anyone.
Chinese health authorities warn of another wave of COVID-19 Infections to peak at the end of June with more than 65 million weekly infections.
Revolutionary Left aims to strengthen the authority of these parties in order to block a movement on their left against the capitalist state in France and Spain.
Both candidates in the run-off are united in deporting millions of refugees and consolidating a “law and order” regime in the name of “fight against terrorism.”
The pamphlet, which presents a criticism of critical race theory and identity politics from the left, is now available from Mehring Books.
It is time to put an end to this grotesque farce! It is no longer necessary for a ballot to be held on a deal that should never have been agreed in the first place. The CWU has all but openly admitted it would have been rejected.
Strikes at Amazon warehouses show the determination of this critical group of workers to improve their conditions. But this requires a programme based on internationalism, class struggle, and the primacy of workers’ needs over Amazon’s profits.
“You have strikes in Britain, Germany, France and Holland, it’s everywhere today. It is like a little bit of a spark because COVID really showed the importance of essential workers and their value.”
Postal workers explain that the earlier revisions have not been overturned and they are facing further demands without any opposition from the CWU or through its direct collusion.
Cherelle Parker won the nomination on a pro-police platform and pseudo-left Helen Gym came in third, under conditions of worsening social conditions in Philadelphia.
The courageous stand by the 525 striking Clarios workers has won widespread support from workers across the US and internationally.
NTEU officials anxiously prevented debate on a Committee for Public Education motion calling for the formation of a rank-and-file committee to take forward the fight at Macquarie and a broader struggle.
The driver, 19-year-old Sai Varshith Kandula of Chesterfield, Missouri, reportedly expressed his affinity for the Nazis and Hitler in an interview with the Secret Service following the attack.
Despite receiving 566 submissions, many from Long COVID sufferers and concerned scientists and doctors, the report minimalised the impact of this “mass disabling event.”
What happened to Clare Nowland speaks volumes about two critical issues—the rising levels of police violence and the appalling conditions in chronically-underfunded aged care homes.
While the strikers confront a hostile government and employer, their struggle for wage increases and improved working conditions has resonated powerfully throughout the working class.
The union had called off a strike without a vote last week, with only nine days left in the school year as a method of pressuring teachers to accept the sellout contract.
The Modi government is trying to eviscerate the citizenry’s constitutionally protected democratic right to free expression on social media by creating a bureaucracy to suppress “fake, false or misleading” news, especially about its own actions.
The role of Syriza in Greece is a strategic experience for the international working class, demonstrating the bankruptcy of claims made by pseudo-left tendencies around the world that meaningful change can be made by voting their pro-capitalist parties into government.
UM Health, run by the University of Michigan regents, took over Lansing-based Sparrow Health last month.
While the deal has been praised as a breakthrough after months of failed negotiations, the one million acre-feet of water saved each year is far below the nearly four million the Bureau of Reclamation says will be necessary to balance demand and supply in the basin.
On loan from the Jewish Museum Milwaukee, Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare focuses on 1947, the year that eight writers, one producer and a director were hauled before the House Committee on Unamerican Activities (HUAC).
In a fight for improved pay and benefits, the residents are waging the first strike by New York City doctors since 1990.
The shooting occurred in the Border Patrol’s Tucson Sector, which, according to the CBP, has the highest number of use-of-force incidents across the agency with 158 incidents reported so far this year.
In their successful campaign to win re-election at the labour federation’s triennial convention, CLC President Bruske and her leadership team boasted about their role in brokering the anti-worker NDP-Liberal parliamentary and governmental alliance.
Three years after the Trump administration terminated EcoHealth’s grant to study bat coronaviruses in China, the NIH has reinstated the grant with full funding.
Students should turn to the working class and wage a fight for its political independence from all parties and agencies of the bourgeoisie, including the trade unions and pseudo-left organisations such as the FSP.
The Tories’ large majority is waving the strike bill through its parliamentary stages, but its smooth passage into law is being guaranteed by the lack of any organised opposition.
Striking autoworkers at the Clarios battery plant in Ohio have rejected a second UAW-backed contract by more than 75 percent. They require the support of the entire working class to carry forward the struggle.
The attack is part of a dangerous new phase of the war and brings to the fore the true war aims of the imperialist powers: the break-up of the Russian Federation and the direct subjugation of the entire region.
Hundreds of Atlanta residents showed up to voice their opposition to the Atlanta City Council public hearing as it prepares to grant over $30 million in public funds to building a new militarized police training facility.
In the face of ongoing political and economic pressure from Washington, the government is attempting to maintain a delicate balance between the US and China.
The May 20 meeting was called in the aftermath of the tragic death of the six-year-old Detroit student and the outbreak of a cluster of "flu-like illnesses" at his elementary school.
The family charges that the company stonewalled them and is seeking documents in connection to the accident.
“It is a slash and burn austerity budget. It is anti-poor and anti-working class.”—Melbourne food production worker.
Roughly 60 teachers showed up at the union’s “mass membership” meeting, which pushed the sellout contract to shut down a seven-day strike.
Arizona would become the only state banning the use of Spanish or Native American languages as the primary means of instruction in schools.
If Albanese will not even meet Assange’s wife, a basic act of courtesy and respect, why would anyone think he is fighting for the WikiLeaks publisher’s freedom behind closed doors?
Repeated failures and disruptions are resulting from decades of underinvestment in transport infrastructure by successive Labour and National Party governments.
Thousands continue to be infected each day while the government promotes the lie that the pandemic is over.
Teachers in Buenos Aires carried out a 48-hour strike last week to repudiate a sellout agreement by their union while workers at San Diego Metropolitan Transit System walked out for four days last week over contract issues.
When the unions now announce strikes, they do so in order to maintain control over the workers in this highly tense situation.
The resurgence of COVID is above all due to the “Forever Covid” mass infection policy of governments at the provincial and federal levels, mirroring their counterparts internationally. The Trudeau Liberal government has spearheaded this policy.
The non-profit international research organization has been the target of right-wing conspiracy theories claiming that COVID-19 originated in a Chinese lab.
Although the United Auto Workers has not released official results, workers are receiving reports that the concessions-laden contract was defeated by 75-80 percent of the membership Monday morning.
A postal worker from Newcastle writes, “The CWU have been given a bigger room at our workplace with a flat screen TV, fridge freezer and sofa. All mod cons, they are being bought!”
At no point has any opposition been mounted by the reps to demand the removal of Ward, Furey and the postal executive over their co-authorship of the biggest attack on postal workers in history.
The GEO leadership has sought to conceal the direct role of the Democratic Party in U-M’s attack on the grad student instructors—the Democrats dominate the U-M Board of Regents and control the Michigan statehouse.