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Qatar crisis exposes dangerous tensions

Qatar crisis exposes dangerous tensions A campaign of sanctions and threats against Gulf state Qatar showed up tensions among competing Middle Eastern powers—and confusion among the US ruling class.

Did the US use white phosphorus weapons in its attacks on Syria and Iraq?

Did the US use white phosphorus weapons in its attacks on Syria and Iraq? US-led forces stand accused of dropping horrific white phosphorus weapons in Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria.

Trouble for Trump after top spook Comey's allegations

Trouble for Trump after top spook Comeys allegations Congressional hearing damages the US president

Feeling the Bern in Brixton

Feeling the Bern in Brixton US politician Bernie Sanders came to south London and spread a message of hope that resonates with Corbyn supporters

Manuel Noriega—the murderous stooge the US betrayed in Panama

Manuel Noriega—the murderous stooge the US betrayed in Panama Colonel Manuel Noriega was a dictator and drug-runner. But he was also a bought and paid-for stooge of US imperialism.

Climate change denier Donald Trump takes US out of Paris climate deal

Climate change denier Donald Trump takes US out of Paris climate deal The US is to pull out of the Paris treaty on climate change, blowing a colossal hole in world governments' environmental strategy.

World rulers won’t save the planet from Donald Trump

06 June 2017
Donald Trump’s announcement that the US will pull out of the Paris climate agreement sparked a row between rich hypocrites who don’t care about the environment.

Billion dollar cuts cause crisis for Trump administration

06 June 2017
In the wake of last Saturday’s horrific attack in London “White House sources” have floated the prospect that Donald Trump could visit Britain “in solidarity”.

Nazi threat is growing in Trump's shadow, but meets with resistance

30 May 2017
A shocking series of racist murders and provocations serve as a reminder that the bile pumped out by Donald Trump’s White House has consequences in US society.

Renewed resistance to Trump can wound crisis-ridden bigot

23 May 2017
Pressure on Donald Trump’s rotten presidency increased last week with growing calls for his impeachment.

Deepening divisions in the ruling class over Trump's sacking of James Comey

16 May 2017
The FBI director’s sacking shows splits at the top of society that the resistance should exploit, says Alistair Farrow

US Republicans lead the assault on healthcare with new repeal bill

09 May 2017
Donald Trump’s US government is pushing through healthcare attacks, but mobilising on the streets can beat them back, reports Alistair Farrow

Thousands strike and march in the US for migrants’ rights on May Day

02 May 2017
The movement against Donald Trump’s crackdown on migrants leapt forward on Monday.

Mass protests in the US will mark 100 days of Donald Trump

02 May 2017
In the 100 days since Donald Trump came to office he has clashed with sections of the political establishment and, crucially, faced opposition on the streets and in workplaces.

Donald Trump’s row with North Korea could prove deadly

18 April 2017
Warmongering US president Donald Trump is ramping up tensions across the world to assert the US’s global dominance.

Donald Trump - the war president will crash into reality

18 April 2017
Missiles in Syria, a mega-bomb in Afghanistan, a potential nuclear confrontation in Korea—what happened to the Donald Trump who ran as a critic of US foreign wars?

Air strike in Syria escalates tensions between the US and Russia

11 April 2017
A major US missile strike against the Russian-backed Syrian regime has brought the world’s biggest superpowers closer to military confrontation.

Workers come last in the first of US president Donald Trump's budgets

21 March 2017
Attacks on workers could be trouble for Trump—if the movement stays strong enough, says Alistair Farrow

Trump suffers setback over second Muslim ban

21 March 2017
US president Donald Trump’s latest Muslim ban has suffered a sharp legal reverse

Big protests in Ireland, the US and across the world mark International Women's Day

14 March 2017
Protests for abortion rights and against sexist governments took place across the world to mark International Women’s Day

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