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30 August 2017

China: debt crisis, state repression and the prospects for workers' struggle

The ideas of Trotsky's 'permanent revolution' are more applicable in China today in the struggle to transform what is a unique form of state-capitalist dictatorship

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8 June 2016

China's 'Cultural Revolution' 1966-67

50 years ago the 'Cultural Revolution' began in China. Here we carry an edited version of article written by Socialist Party general secretary Peter Taaffe for Militant (predecessor of the Socialist) in February 1967.

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20 January 2016

China: Financial turmoil spreads fear across global markets

Global financial markets started 2016 with a bang! A reprise of last summer's chaotic falls on China's stock markets triggered panic selling of shares, commodities and currencies around the world

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25 August 2015

Article on China crisis

More than $5 trillion has been wiped off global stock markets in the two weeks since the Chinese devaluation

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5 August 2015

China at a turning point

China's stock market crash has shaken the image of a 'strong' regime.

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15 April 2015

China: feminists released

Five feminist activists who were arrested last month by the Chinese authorities have been released after a global movement involving many CWI sections

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23 April 2014

China: labour disputes soar

Workers at six out of ten factories in Dongguan, China, owned by Taiwanese multinational Yue Yuen have taken strike action after discovering the company has not been paying legally required levels of social security and housing contributions, writes chinaworker.info reporters.

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11 December 2013

Cameron 'kowtows' to Chinese dictatorship

Western capitalist leaders put business before lofty 'principles': David Cameron, like many other Western leaders visiting China, abandoned any pretence of defending 'democracy' or 'human rights' in order to secure new profitable deals for British capitalism, writes Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info.

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29 June 2011

Western governments more concerned about business deals than human rights in China

Ahead of premier Wen Jiabao's visit to Europe, to cement more trade deals, the Chinese authorities released from jail prominent dissidents Ai Weiwei, the artist, and Hu Jia...

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2 June 2010

Workers' suicides: The human cost of an iPad

TWELVE WORKERS have committed suicide so far this year at the factory that makes Apple iPads. Four others survived, gravely injured, and 20 were stopped from killing themselves by the company. All the...

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Tragedy of the Chinese Revolution by Harold Isaacs

Tragedy of the Chinese Revolution by Harold Isaacs

19 May 2010

The Tragedy of the Chinese Revolution by Harold Isaacs

Review: The Chinese revolution of 1925-27 represented one of the most gigantic and splendid movements in human history. This book, writes Peter Taaffe, Socialist Party general secretary, evokes with great literary brush strokes the magnificent panorama of the heroism, self-sacrifice and determination to change the world of the terribly exploited Chinese workers and peasants...

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21 October 2009

Chinaworker.info journalist refused entry into China

LAURENCE COATES, a Sweden-based journalist and socialist activist, was turned back at the Chinese border in Shenzhen and refused entry...

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16 October 2009

Laurence Coates held at Chinese border, banned from country

Chinaworker.info journalist blocked from China: Laurence Coates, a Sweden-based journalist and socialist activist, was turned back at the Chinese border in Shenzhen and refused entry as a "potential threat to national security"...

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A Communist leader addresses survivors of the Long March

A Communist leader addresses survivors of the Long March

30 September 2009

1949 - Chinese revolution

IT IS an especially nervous Communist Party (CCP) regime that presides over the 60th anniversary celebrations of the founding of the People's Republic of China on 1 October...

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7 July 2009

Police trigger ethnic clashes in Xinjiang

Chinese authorities impose martial law A PEACEFUL sit-down protest in the capital city Ürümqi by around 300 Uighurs, the Turkic-speaking minority that is the dominant population group in Xinjiang, was transformed by trigger-happy police into perhaps the most serious ethnic clashes in China seen in decades, writes Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info.

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27 May 2009

Nanjing college students in clashes with police

THOUSANDS OF students fought with police in the southern Chinese city of Nanjing after the city's administration officers beat up student vendors...

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20 May 2009

Tiananmen 1989: Seven weeks that shook the world

ON 15 APRIL 1989 Hu Yaobang, the former general secretary of the Communist Party of China, died of a heart attack. This became the start signal for one of the biggest mass movements in modern history, a movement that soon grew beyond the wildest expectations of its initiators and came close to toppling the dictatorial regime of the so-called 'communist' party, writes Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info.

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26 November 2008

China's food contamination crisis deepens

FISH, PORK, and chicken contaminated with the industrial chemical melamine, along with milk and eggs. China's food contamination crisis deepens by the day, writes Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info.

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2 October 2008

Conditions in China

Comment: With the US mired in crisis, some commentators look to China and other so-called emerging powers to fill the breach...

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21 May 2008

China: Earthquake disaster exposes regime's failings

AN ESTIMATED 50,000 people or more were killed when a powerful earthquake struck central China last week. Some five million survivors are homeless. Chen Lizhi and Vincent Kolo expose the shortcomings of the regime in the light of this disaster.

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