Global Left Midweek - World Teachers’ Day
- A Rainbow New Deal
- Teachers of the World Ignite!
- Taking Stock of Political Projects
- China’s Political Economy
- Bulgaria: Background on the Uprising
- Egypt: Breaking the Wall of Fear
- South African Unions on Strike Alert
- Azerbaijani Leftist Youth Call for Peace
- India: Farmers Fight Follow-up
A Rainbow New Deal
To get ahead of both current and looming crises, the world must commit to a recovery agenda that is not only green, but also blue, purple, and red.
Teachers of the World Ignite!
Taking the Lead Worldwide Miriam Berger / Sydney Morning Herald
Malawi Madalitso Kateta / Equal Times (Brussels)
Italy Roberto Ciccarelli / il manifesto global (Rome)
Zimbabwe Nyasha Chingono / The Guardian (London)
Nepal / Education International
Taking Stock of Political Projects
Germany: DIE LINKE Alban Werner / Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung (Brussels)
Japanese Communist Party Shii Kazuo / JCP (Tokyo)
Venezuela: Friends and Enemies Isaias Rodriguez / Venezuelanalysis (Caracas)
China’s Political Economy
China 2020 John Bellamy Foster / Monthly Review (New York)
Who’s in Charge Here? Laura He / CNN (Atlanta)
In the Lab Frank Tang / South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)
Wealth Inequality Mahir Ali / Dawn (Karachi)
Bulgaria: Background on the Uprising
Protests continue as Bulgarians demand the resignation of a scandal-ridden government.
Egypt: Breaking the Wall of Fear
Feras Abu-Helal / Middle East Monitor (London)
Organising demonstrations has become an act of utmost boldness and sacrifice, a decision for which no writer, movement or party can claim to be responsible. It has ultimately been in the hands of the people.
South African Unions on Strike Alert
Pavan Kulkarni / Peoples Dispatch (New Delhi)
Azerbaijani Leftist Youth Call for Peace
Our enemy is not a random Armenian, whom we have never met in our lives and possibly never will. Our enemy are the very people in power, who have been impoverishing and exploiting the ordinary people for decades.
India: Farmers Fight Follow-up
Vijoo Krishnan / The Citizen (New Delhi)
Last week’s Pratirodh Diwas or Resistance Day against the government’s three Anti-Farmer Acts has been by far the farmers’ most widespread agitation.