Ukrainian Parliamentarians Criticize Use of Faulty Nuclear Materials

The use of faulty nuclear fuel from the US in Ukrainian electronuclear plants is a risk, explained an expert commenting on the agreement of US Westinghouse and Ukraine's nationally owned Energoatom.


Two New Novels from Old Favorites

Shortly after Richard Wright's passing in 1960, Julia Wright found hidden in her father's papers the manuscript for A Father's Law, the last unfinished novel by the iconic American novelist.

Cuba Blows Whistle on US Meddling

The Cuban Foreign Affairs Ministry denounced Thursday that the US government fosters counterrevolutionary provocations and media campaigns against the island.

ALBA Summit in Venezuela Responds to World Food Crisis and Bolivian Crisis

Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez convened an extraordinary meeting of member nations of the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas (ALBA) in Caracas early Wednesday morning to discuss the world food crisis and the political crisis in eastern Bolivia.

Japanese High Court Rules Iraq Involvement Unconstitutional

The Japanese government has made it clear that it does not agree with the Nagoya High Court ruling that Air Self-Defense Force’s airlift missions in support of U.S. forces in Iraq is unconstitutional.

Open Letter on 'Toronto 11' to Authorities from 19 Groups

During the week of April 14, 2008, charges against four more of the 'Toronto 18' were stayed. Along with the three men who were previously released, the case of the 'Toronto 18' has now been whittled down to the 'Toronto 11.'

India and the Struggle against Imperialism: Interview with Teresa Albano

The two Communist Parties in India, the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) and the Communist Party of India (CPI) both derive originally from a united Communist Party of India, which was formed in the 1920s.

China and Africa: A Different Relationship?

No region of the world was so devastated by both commercial and industrial capitalism and the imperialisms they fostered than Africa. From the 16th to the 19th century, Africa was robbed of tens of millions of its people for the slave trade.

Venezuela Solidarity Symposium

Leading academic scholars and grassroots activists gathered at historic Howard University in Washington, DC, from April 18-20 for the national symposium “What’s Up With Venezuela: Participatory Democracy or Democracy as Usual?” The meeting provided an opportunity for 200 solidarity activists from across the United States to study the revolutionary changes sweeping through Venezuela.

Special ALBA Summit Backs Bolivia

The situation in Bolivia is on the table in this capital Wednesday at a special summit of the Bolivarian Alternative for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA), called by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.

1 2 3