“Flower protest” memorials protesting Moscow’s war in Ukraine are spreading across Russia. Above, placard in Perm reads, “Peace to Ukraine, freedom for Russia,” “No to war,” “This is happening, do not close your eyes.” It ends saying, “The people are the power.”

Defend Ukraine independence! Defeat Moscow’s invasion!

‘Flower protests’ against Putin’s war spread in Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin is amassing forces in preparation for a deadly spring offensive in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine. The Ukrainian military, backed by volunteers, is preparing to repulse Moscow’s attacks and launch a counter-offensive. Putin claims his…

Fight against Jew-hatred! SWP speaks out in New Jersey

BLOOMFIELD, N.J. — More than 1,000 people took part in an interfaith rally at Temple Ner Tamid Feb. 2 in response to the attempted firebombing of the synagogue in the early morning of Jan. 29. No one was hurt. Just…


Interview with Pussy Riot’s Masha Alyokhina

REYKJAVIK, Iceland — For the first time, the Militant was able to interview Masha Alyokhina, a member of Pussy Riot, a performance art collective, whose members have been imprisoned for their opposition to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s regime and its…

Socialist Workers Party leadership sets course ahead

Adopts course to build union solidarity • defend constitutional freedoms • fight for wages, hours, job conditions that prevent families in working class from being torn apart • defend Cuba’s socialist revolution and its example in the U.S. and world over
International Educational Conference in Oberlin, Ohio, June 8-10, brought together over 330 people for reports, discussion on communist program, continuity and activities. Right, SWP literature table during conference.
OBERLIN, Ohio — “The sweeping indictment of Donald Trump under the Espionage Act by President Joseph…

Cuba and Chernobyl

This Cuban documentary produced in 2006 tells the story of the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe in Ukraine and Cuba’s exemplary internationalist medical program that treated more than 25,000 victims.