In recent weeks, the potential for open conflict between various states in the South-Eastern Mediterranean has increased dramatically. The Communist Tendency (IMT section in Greece) has already released a statement on the escalation of war tensions between Greece and Turkey over access to hydrocarbons in specific areas of the Mediterranean Sea. Since then, the Turkish air force and navy have been carrying out military exercises in the Eastern Mediterranean, which the Egyptian and French navy have countered with their own joint training drills.
Watch this livestream by our US comrades at Socialist Revolution about about Villa, Zapata, and the Mexican Revolution of 1910–1920! 100 years since the end of the revolution, what are its legacy and lessons for today? Presentation by John Peterson, editor of Socialist Revolution.
Since August, a strike wave has spread through Iran like wildfire, involving workers across various sectors from the petroleum industry to public services; from Khuzestan in the south-west to Mashhad in the north-east.
Ao longo do último mês, tanto os espectadores da televisão portuguesa como britânica foram submetidos ao espectáculo pouco edificante de vários ministros do governo do Partido Socialista (PS) que se apresentaram perante o governo britânico. O ministro português dos Negócios Estrangeiros, Augusto Santos Silva, chamou “insensato e injusto” ao facto de os turistas britânicos ainda estarem efectivamente proibidos de visitar Portugal. “Esta não é a forma como os aliados e amigos são tratados”, queixou-se ele, como se pudesse assim mudar a opinião de Boris Johnson.