The International Communist Movement and the Struggle for Socialism

These meetings were initiated 9 years ago by the Communist Party of Greece. For a number of years they were held in Athens, but beginning last year they began branching out.


Warning: Climate Crisis Maybe Hazardous to Your Health

The world today is entering a period of rapid climate change due in large part to increasing the atmospheric concentration of energy-trapping gases. This amplifies the natural “greenhouse effect” that makes the Earth habitable.


A People’s Retort to the Media’s Detached ‘Experts’

What do an organic farmer from Spain, a union worker activist from Brazil, and a human rights scholar living in London have in common?


New Australian PM Rudd Vows to Sign Climate Pact

New Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has vowed to sign a global pact on climate change and to negotiate to withdraw frontline troops from Iraq after an emphatic national election win on the weekend.


Images of Muslims: Discussing Islamophobia with Peter Gottschalk

The inspiration behind the book was basically a sense by my co-author, Gabriel Greenberg, and I that there is a form of stereotyping in the United States, which parallels and is similar to stereotyping against African Americans, women, and other groups, that we now see being perpetuated against Muslims and Islam itself.


How to Find Green Friendly Consumer Products

Although green-friendly goods are starting to show up just about everywhere, finding all the right products is still not as simple as a one-stop trip to the mall or major grocer.

New Progressive Media Web Site to Launch

We are writing to invite you to participate in a groundbreaking new media project: The People Media Project, aimed at promoting a broader and more balanced understanding of global issues, conflicts and concerns.


UN May Enlarge Security Council

The United Nations will start its work in the plenary of the General Assembly this week by discussing a report on enlargement of the Security Council.

UN Official Says Blockade on Cuba Violates the Right to Food

Jean Ziegler, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, said in Havana that the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba particularly affects the Cuban people’s right to food.


Bush and Howard’s Nightmares

Events keep piling up that show how the aspirations of the US and European governments to reimpose colonial regimes in their lost empires are steadily unraveling.