South Africa's Class struggles in the first decade of freedom

As the SACP we have been consistent over the decades in grounding our analysis and struggle in South Africa in a Marxist-Leninist class approach.

Washington Sees Iran as a Major Security Threat, but Not Nuclear Brazil

Washington has stepped up its aggressive stance toward Iran, threatening it with harsh UN Security Council-mandated sanctions if it does not abandon its alleged nuclear activities.


End Hypocrisy and Double Standards on Human Rights, Cuba Demands

This week's opening of the 61st Session of the UN Commission on Human Rights began with a call by the Cuban delegation for major reform in the Commission.


Nationwide Anti-war Protests Planned

As Congress gets set to hand Bush another $82 billion that he originally promised wouldn't be needed to fight his illegal war, this weekend marks the two-year anniversary of the beginning of Bush's war on Iraq.


Bush's Use of Pardons isn't Compassionate

The White House announced last week that President Bush issued pardons to eight individuals. During his first term, Mr. Bush issued a mere 31 pardons and sentence commutations.


FILM: Olga Benario - A Life for the Revolution

WHEN Tamara and Fiona Baur returned from Cuba last summer, several people asked why the solidarity brigade that they had worked with was called Olga Benario.


Bush Admits his Privatization Plan Won't Save Social Security

After weeks of promotion, more people disapprove of Bush's privatization plan than did just three weeks ago.


Why Affirmative Action is Necessary

Although the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of affirmative action and scholarly studies have shown the benefits of enrolling a diverse range of qualified students, opponents of the programs continue to make misleading arguments.


India's Communist Delegation Travels to Pakistan

The recent visit of the first ever communist delegation to Pakistan after India’s vivisection in 1947 was described as “historic” by every section of the Pakistan society


Support Urged for Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty

The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) 2005 Review Conference will take place at the United Nations in New York from May 2 to 27, 2005.

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