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Issue #1948

A remarkable display of People’s Power

The kisan [editor’s note: Hindi for peasant, an agricultural worker] tractor march on Republic Day in Delhi was a remarkable and unique mass action.

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Issue #1961

Assam’s statelessness crisis continues

In August 2019, a National Register of Citizens was published in Assam. It has created a crisis of statelessness in the region which is ongoing today.

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Issue #1961

Federal court upholds India travel ban

In a judgment handed down on the 10th May, the Federal Court of Australia (FCA) upheld the federal government’s India travel ban.

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Issue #2014

BRICS, BRICS+, and the new G8”

What are BRICS, BRICS+, and the “new G8”? What is the meaning of these acronyms and why are they important? BRICS To begin with BRICS:...

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Issue #1949

Support the just struggle of India’s farmers

The Communist Party of Australia supports the just struggle of the farmers of India for the repeal of legislation in the Indian Parliament that hands control of farm produce to the transnational corporations.

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Rice farmer. Issue #2066

Capitalism’s Global Food Crisis

The world is suffering from a dire food crisis. On 20 July India, the world’s leading rice exporter, supplying 40 per cent of the global...

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Global briefs Issue #2089

GLOBAL BRIEFS

SOUTH AFRICA: South African ruling party the African National Congress (ANC) has launched its election manifesto. The 29 May elections will be crucial for the...

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Global briefs Issue #2065

NATIONAL BRIEFS

UNITED NATIONS: Global prices for food commodities such as rice and vegetable oil have risen for the first time in months after Russia pulled out...

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Global briefs Issue #2053

GLOBAL BRIEFS

INDIA: The Indian state of Karnataka held the most crucial state election before parliamentary elections due in 2024. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) suffered...

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Global briefs Issue #2076

GLOBAL BRIEFS

ARGENTINA: Argentina’s Economy Minister Segio Massa and the leader of the far-right Liberty Advances party, Javier Milei have advanced to the 2nd round of the...

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PEACE NOTES Issue #2067

More War Games

Australia has just hosted the Malabar Exercises which were held in Sydney and across the NSW south coast from 10th to 21st August. The naval...

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PEACE NOTES Issue #2105

PEACE NOTES

By the time you read this everybody will have had a gutful of Peter Dutton’s idea of building nuclear reactors around the country while crippling...

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Replica of the Koh-i-Noor (Mountain of Light). Issue #2055

US$45 trillion looted

The meeting of the Quad leaders, on 20th May 2023, has given special political influence to Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi of India, and his...

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Issue #2106

EDITORIAL

If you’re in Australia, you might be pretty cold just now, but you’ll be hearing a lot about heatwaves, some extreme examples have been making...

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