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27 June 2018

The gathering new world disorder

Trump's trade war, with other developments like the Russian regime reasserting its role in the Middle East and elsewhere, are opening up a new chapter in world relations

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6 August 2014

Capitalist crisis continues

Working class must and will play decisive role: Extracts from a keynote speech at the 2014 CWI summer school by Peter Taaffe, general secretary of the Socialist Party, on world relations and the perspectives for capitalism and the world workers' struggle

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17 February 2010

Capitalist crisis threatens the eurozone project

THE ECONOMIC and political crisis in Greece and other member countries of the eurozone has thrown the single European currency into its deepest crisis since its introduction in 2002, writes Kevin Parslow.

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Cleaners employed by contractors Mitie protested outside the Willis building in the City of London, photo Chris Newby

Cleaners employed by contractors Mitie protested outside the Willis building in the City of London, photo Chris Newby

25 March 2009

Capitalist crisis: Make the bosses pay!

Build for a one-day general strike
As the global economic crisis intensifies, the world's leaders - the G20 - are meeting this week next to the symbolic heart of the economic maelstrom - the City of London. For over twenty years, the City has been an unregulated financiers' paradise, writes Hannah Sell.

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14 May 2008

Global capitalist crisis: Confidence in a socialist future

'THE GLOBAL economic crisis and the socialist alternative today', was the theme of a two day speaking tour of Ireland last week by Peter Taaffe, general secretary of the Socialist Party (England and Wales), writes Kevin McLoughlin, Dublin.

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