Communists domiciled in Britain from seven different countries met in London at the weekend to discuss issues of Islamic fundamentalism. Members of communist and workers parties in Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Cyprus, Greece, Bangladesh and Guyana as well as Britain condemned Islamic State (ISIS) and similar movements as fundamentally reactionary, sectarian and anti-communist. But they also […]
Bernadette Wang reminds us what Remembrance Sunday should actually be about, this article was first featured in the most recent edition of Challenge. Come this Remembrance Sunday on 9th November, David Cameron, his government and indeed the entire British Establishment will seek to whip up sentiments of jingoism and false patriotism
The Iraqi Communist Party sets out the situation in the country and calls for solidarity with their struggle for sovereignty and democracy
The US-led military intervention in Iraq and Syria has little to do with defeating Islamic State, rescuing religious and ethnic communities or promoting peace
Statement from the Syrian Communist Party, fraternal party to the Communist Party of Britain through the International Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties, on imperialist intervention in Syria
Statement of the World Federation of Democratic Youth on the developments in Iraq and their consequences in the Middle East
The Iraqi Communist Party calls for confronting the heinous crimes committed against the Iraqi people in Mosul: The Political Bureau of the Iraqi Communist Party has issued the following statement, 19 July 2014
David Cameron plans to celebrate “British values” by spending £55 million to commemorate the centenary of the first world war writes Alan Mackinnon, secretary of CND Scotland and CPB member. This article first featured in the Morning Star 01/07/2014.
The threat to Iraq’s unity from a rapid Islamist advance is another disastrous consequence of the 2003 invasion, writes Andrew Murray, Communist Party member and deputy president of the Stop the War Coalition, in the Morning Star.