This pamphlet provides the background to understand global warming and the wider environmental challenge. The 100 largest fossil fuel companies have been responsible for 71 percent of global emissions since 1988. The richest 10% of the world’s population is responsible for almost half of the world’s total lifestyle carbon emissions. It is capitalism that is to blame.
The downward spiral of retrenchments and increased insecurity has been going on in Kaduna for two decades now. In the early 2000s, three of the four largest textile mills in the city were shut down.
Mike Gonzalez, a long-time member of the SWP in Britain, provides an introduction to the politics of José Carlos. That demonstrates how Marxism retains its core approach whilst being adapted to the realities of the Global South in Peru.
Cubans have taken to the streets in cities across the country over the last week, in a wave of rare public protests to express their frustration with rising prices, falling wages, the United States embargo, and the failings of the island’s long-standing communist government to address its economic challenges.
The book provides an excellent view of capitalism and how trades unions can fight it – in the Global South. Many of the issues Rohini raises from a South Asian vantage point are equally true for Nigeria.
By David Seddon We all need to learn from history. This pamphlet demonstrates that popular protest and working class struggle shaped the various paths of capitalist development in Africa from the earliest times to the immediate post-independence period. It emphasises the complexity and contradictions of capitalist development in Africa, and underlines the fact that, for […]