From the Socialist Party Election Leaflet for Euro Elections 2004.
A statement from our anti-war leaflet.
- The Liberian Crisis in Perspective
- American Centuries, Old and New
- Tomorrow's Enemies
- The Oil Wars to Come
- The War: Capitalism Does It Again
- Intrigue in the Middle East
- The Coming War for Oil
- Yes, Inaction Is Not an Option
- U.S.A. Versus the World
- Election Fever Grips Zimbabwe
- Zambia's Tribalist Politics
- Afghanistan and the New Silk Road
- World Socialists Comment on Afghanistan War
- The Middle East Connection
- Indonesia: All Change for No Change
- The Case of the Decroated Donkey
- Terrorist Attacks in the USA
- Kosovo—the Real Motives
- The Politics of Poverty in Zambia
- Son of Star Wars
- Tribalism, Colonialism and Capitalism
- Black Consciousness in South Africa
- Letter From Zambia
- Venezuela - Capitalism Staggers on
- Iraq - The Continuing War
- Africa - The Lost Continent
- New Times for Syria?
- Kosovo - A War for Justice?
- Whither Iraq?
- Exit Oskar the Pink
- Pinochet and Socialism
- The Israel–Palestine Conflict
- Not Worth the Paper
- Out of Africa?
- Us Flexes Its Muscles in the Gulf
- Fifty Years of Loot, Plunder and Intrigues
- The Myth Of Maastricht
- More Promises in Washington
- Security and Terror in South East Asia
- Pol Pot and His Friends From the West
- The Yugoslav Wars—Myths & Realities
- Darfur: Not Yet a Genocide?
- Religious Fanaticism Kills in Uganda
An African view of the conflict in Liberia.
The shadowy think tanks plotting the USA's continued world domination.
Gwynn Thomas argues that since the end of the Cold War, conventional war has become more likely.
In a world divided up by private property where are the areas of conflict over apparently diminishing resources likely to be?
A statement on the war in Iraq.
The historical background to the pending war in Iraq.
The U.S. economic interests in Iraq.
The U.S.A. considers military action against Iraq.
George Bush's State of the Union address.
A socialist in Zimbabwe writes before the election.
A history of party politics in Zambia
U.S. Senator explains U.S. interests in Afghanistan.
Comment from Pakistan, U.S.A. and Ireland.
The first war of the 21st Century.
The history of conflict in Indonesia.
Suhuyini reports on the African Union—the brainchild of Col Gadhafi—and in whose interests it can be expected to operate.
A socialist response.
U.S. interest in Balkan oil supplies was a key factor behind their intervention in Kosovo.
The current, tense political situation in Zambia.
George Bush sets out his intent for a new approach to U.S.A. foreign policy.
A study of West Africa.
Left wing movements in South Africa do not advocate the end of capitalism.
The impact of free market capitalism on Zambian politics.
Re-elected Chavez faces huge problems.
The motives behind and consequences of sanctions against Iraq.
Reflections from the Gambia on the fate of the African continent under capitalism.
A new President takes over in Syria.
Questioning the supposed motives for the N.A.T.O bombing in the Balkans.
Questioning the supposed motives for sanctions on Iraq.
The failure of SPD reforms in Germany leads to the resignation of Oscar Lafontaine.
What happened in Chile in 1973 is not relevant to our case that capitalism can be abolished by a democratically-organised socialist majority using already-established elective and representative institutions.
World Socialist Movement—The Isreal—Palestine Conflict
Various treaties exist concerning different types of weapons of mass destruction but all of them contain escape clauses and ambiguous formulations that facilitate routine violations.
African democracy and U.S.A intervention
The latest round of U.S.A. sabre-rattling has less to do with any perceived threat Saddam poses to the present world order and rather more to do with U.S.A. hegemony and U.S.A. control of world oil supplies.
A socialist view of Pakistan.
Can the Maastricht treaty really be blamed by economic problems in Europe?
With a million more members than the Nation of Islam and with an alleged turnout for their recent Gap in the Wall gathering of 800,000, twice the attendance of Louis Farrakhan's Million Man March, many take the Promise Keepers, the US's newest religious sect seriously.
The ambivalence of the Austrialian government towards the military dictatorship in Indonesia.
Polpot and the West
The futility of nationalism in the former Yugoslavia.
Once again the world is faced by an artificial humanitarian disaster: the Darfur conflict.
In March of 2000, 300 Christian cultists died in a fire in what is considered a cult suicide. We examine the impact of doomsday religions, especially on people in Africa.