Successfully resisting the Spanish state will mean looking beyond elections, writes Dave Sewell
The Spanish authorities jailed the vice president and eight ministers of the deposed Catalan government, and then mistreated them
A tumultuous week in the struggle over Catalonia saw a declaration of independence
Brutal repression by Togolese dictator Faure Gnassingbe’s regime has forced more than 500 people to flee the West African country for Ghana.
The pressure on racist, sexist US president Donald Trump was growing as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.
People all over Catalonia are celebrating the long-awaited declaration of independence by the Catalan parliament.
The Spanish state is on the attack. Only radical measures can repulse the assault.
Catalan president Carles Puigdemont seems ready to bow to pressure from the Spanish state by dissolving parliament for new elections.
The lies peddled by the United States political and military elite about the deaths of soldiers in West Africa are falling apart - as Socialist Worker predicted
Protesters in the US celebrated a victory as injunctions delayed the implementation of president Donald Trump’s third travel ban on Wednesday of last week.
Half of the Alternative for Germany party’s new MPs are linked to fascist groups, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
The political crisis between the government of the Spanish state and Catalonia has deepened again.
A truck bomb in Mogadishu in Somalia last Saturday killed at least 320 people and injured hundreds more.
The Austrian general election was a further warning of the danger of the far right.
The Spanish state could regain the upper hand if the mass movement is demobilised, writes Dave Sewell
The elections in Austria have shown a sharp move to the right. They are a further warning of the danger of the far right exploiting the bitterness in society.
Catalan president Carles Puigdemont has betrayed the hopes of the movement for independence from Spain by saying that “dialogue” must come first.