• Presentation On 12 December, the Labour Party suffered its worst electoral defeat since 1935. The Conservative Party now has a majority in the “red strongholds” of the North, Midlands and Wales and in many other regions where, in the referendum of 23 June 2016, the working-class majority voted overwhelmingly to leave the European Union. Who is responsible for this defeat? We interviewed two Labour Party activists for their assessments. They spoke to us in a personal capacity only. [...]
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    On the Origins of the India-Pakistan Conflict (reprinted from Issue no. 18 (November 2019) of The Internationale, the theoretical magazine of the OCRFI) Introduction The current Indian government, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government headed by Narendra Modi, is undoubtedly one of the most reactionary governments that the country has seen since the creation of the Republic of India in 1947. This government is an ally of US imperialism in its wish to isolate China. In India itself, the [...]
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    Report by Nambiath Vasudevan, trade unionist in Mumbai (India) and coordinator of the International Workers Committee Against War and Exploitation, For a Workers International (IWC) (reprinted from Issue No. 147 — Jan. 10, 2020 — of the IWC Newsletter) Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu right wing government passed a Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in parliament on December 11 denying citizenship to Muslim immigrants living in India. Using CAA, the Modi government plans to create a [...]