09 January 2018
This new pamphlet tells the story of how textile workers in Lancashire came to support the abolition of slavery in the US.
05 January 2018
Nick Clark spoke to two Iranian socialists, Nima Soltanzadeh and Massoud, about what lies behind the recent protests—and what they mean for the struggle
22 December 2017
Six people arrested during protests on Donald Trump’s inauguration day have been acquitted of rioting and destruction of property.
21 December 2017
The US has failed to defeat a United Nations (UN) vote condemning Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The vote was held last night at the request of Arab states.
20 December 2017
Prepare for mass protest, workplace action, student walkouts and occupations.
17 December 2017
Government authorities in both the US and Britain are moving to restrict access to the internet, and it will be oppositional voices that lose out.
12 December 2017
Do workers still have power to fight the bosses—and if so, how can they use it? Author Kim Moody spoke to Charlie Kimber about his new book on the potential for resistance
05 December 2017
Tax cuts worth £1.1 trillion were passed in the US Senate last Saturday—and the rich cheered
31 October 2017
The pressure on racist, sexist US president Donald Trump was growing as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.
25 October 2017
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
24 October 2017
The death of US Sergeant La David Johnson in Niger has exposed the callousness of Donald Trump towards those he orders into battle.
24 October 2017
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.
30 September 2017
Two hurricanes have torn apart Puerto Rico. Some 15,000 people have had their homes destroyed or are living in shelters with little food or water.
26 September 2017
We can’t rely on another Henry Kissinger stopping a drunk US president pressing the button, writes Simon Basketter. Removing the nuclear threat requires changing the system
18 September 2017
Cop walks free despite evidence that suggests he planted a gun—leading thousands to join angry protests, reports Mark Longden in St Louis
12 September 2017
The conflict is a consequence of the US decision, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, to expand Nato
04 September 2017
Threats against the US’s imperial rivals China and North Korea are reckless and dangerous
01 September 2017
Tens of thousands of people in Texas are in shelters facing an uncertain future
31 August 2017
In the shadow of some of the world’s biggest oil refineries, Storm Harvey’s floodwaters brought dangerous toxins to poor black and Hispanic communities.
29 August 2017
Trump used the cover of Storm Harvey to pardon Joe Arpaio, the racist former Arizona sheriff.