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    Solidarity with Afghanistan
  • Read the statement of the Communist Party of Spain (PCE) on the current situation in Afghanistan, in which it condemns the military intervention as it serves to strengthen reactionary nationalist positions and calls for any foreign policy to be based on respect for human rights and the sovereignty of all states.
    DIE LINKE on Bundeswehr Deployment in Afghanistan
  • Stefan Liebich, Member of the German Bundstag and vice chair of the Parliamentarians Group on the USA, on his party’s position on German military intervention, differing views within DIE LINKE, and the lessons to be drawn.
    A Defeat Whose Victim is the People in Afghanistan
  • After twenty years of war and attempts at state-building, the West’s Afghanistan crashed to the ground. It is a disaster that requires we ask what was political responsible for it. Yet already before people could be rescued, the blame game began among Western politicians – each condemning the other for this catastrophe.
    World’s Most Dangerous Nuclear Weapon Rolls Off Assembly Line
  • In January, the National Nuclear Security Administration announced that the first of a new generation of strategic nuclear weapons had rolled off the assembly line. That warhead, the W76-2, is designed to fit to a submarine-launched missile with a range of more than 7,500 miles. By September, an undisclosed number will be delivered to the Navy.
    Bernie Sanders' Socialist America
  • Ethan Earle on the U.S. Democratic presidential primary and why socialist Bernie Sanders is doing so well in it. An opinionated analysis about what the Bernie phenomenon means in the broader context of U.S. politics.

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    The Climate After Trump: What Are the Challenges and Opportunities?
  • The change in the US administration has had a very evident impact on Climate and relations with the EU. After Joe Biden reversed predecessor Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement and the Leaders Summit on Climate in April, the global agenda had dramatically changed. The...
    Where do we go now?
  • The Party of the European Left organises this event to understand the next steps of US politics and its potential consequences for the left.