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Recent developments involving the DPRK and United States relations

by Abayomi Azikiwe

Pambazuka News | June 15, 2018

File

The summit between DPRK leader Kim Jong-un and his US counterpart Donald Trump in Singapore has drawn the attention of the international community given DPRK’s long tradition of struggle against imperialist military intervention.

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How my book united the Left and Right-wing media

by Julian Samboma

Pambazuka News | May 16, 2018

I never thought that getting my new book reviewed would prove as hard as it has turned out to be.  Don’t get me wrong; I was not expecting the ranks of the corporate media to descend en masse chez moi, begging for review copies and interviews with yours truly.

Certainly not!  My book – The Dialectic & the Detective: The Arab Spring and Regime Change in Libya – is not only anti-establishment and anti-imperialist; it is also a scathing indictment of bourgeois media in their role as outriders for naked imperialist aggression.

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May Day 2018 and the escalating struggle to defeat austerity

Abayomi Azikiwe

On this May Day 2018, mass demonstrations across the United States of America and the world focus on the current economic crisis and workers’ struggle to defeat austerity.

Despite the propaganda of the ruling class in the United States and the entire capitalist world suggesting that the impact of the Great Recession of 2007-2010 has been completely reversed, poor and working people are still suffering from the lack of adequate employment, substandard education, housing foreclosures and evictions along with a crumbling infrastructure.Read More »

Mozambique forced to restructure after debt default

by Abayomi Azikiwe

Pambazuka News | March 22, 2018

African Leadership Magazine

Economic growth proves unsustainable for the Southern African state of Mozambique in present world situation due to financial implications that have been going on for some time now. 

Since 2014 many energy producing emerging states in Africa and worldwide have fallen into recession resulting in long term financial implications. Mozambique was declared in default and plans to work out new terms of payment of at least US $2 billion in bonds held by western investors. The escalation in national debt is clearly related to the significant decline in commodity prices and the lack of currency reserves to offset the rise in payments demanded by international financial institutions.

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Another reason why imperialism wanted Libya overthrown

by Abayomi Azikiwe

Pambazuka News | March 22, 2018

NY Daily News

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy detained for questioning over Gaddafi loan, reminding us of another reason imperialism wanted the Libyan leader assassinated. 

Seven years ago this month, beginning on 19 March 2011, the United States Pentagon and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) began a massive bombing campaign against the North African state of Libya.

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Rebellion and revolution from 1968 to 2018

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Mass Racial Incarceration for Profit

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Lessons learned from the past for the future: Reflections on 1968 and its implications for today

by Abayomi Azikiwe

Pambazuka News | February 23, 2018

Memphis Sanitation workers march in Memphis during the 1968 strike

Important developments that took place in 1968 with the working class protesting against their deplorable working conditions are still relevant to what is happening five decades later in 2018. 

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Some aspects of imperialist influences on the contemporary African crisis

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Feminist thought and the Pan-African struggle: From Anna J. Cooper to Addie W. Hunton

by Abayomi Azikiwe

Pambazuka News | 12 March, 2017

By the 1880s the post-slavery institutionalization of national oppression and economic exploitation of people of African descent was well underway in the United States.

Although a series of presidential orders, constitutional amendments and legislative measures enacted during 1862-1875 sought to breakdown the legal basis for the enslavement of African people, these actions were restricted by the entrenched interests of both the militarily defeated Southern planters and the emerging Northern industrialists, the two factions of the American ruling class which fought bitterly between 1861-65 for dominance over the economic system which would determine the future of society for the remaining decades of the 19th century.Read More »

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