Views in the last 7 days

Friday, May 8, 2015


WSWS Newsletter

World Socialist Web Site

New Today -- 8 May 2015


Kerry in Riyadh: A meeting of war criminals

The visit by Kerry underscored Washington's reliance on the most tyrannical and blood-soaked regimes to pursue its predatory interests in the region.

News & Analysis

Bond market sell-off signals mounting financial crisis

In the last two weeks an estimated $2 trillion has been wiped off share and bond markets.

US Court of Appeals finds NSA phone data collection is illegal

NSA conducts real-time analysis of spoken communications

Canada's parliament adopts bill to greatly expand intelligence agencies' powers

Obama administration moves to bolster police in Baltimore

Skelos latest veteran New York State politician indicted for corruption

Netanyahu forms far-right coalition government in Israel

German train drivers' strike: "This is about our basic right to strike"

Irish bus workers strike for 48 hours

Italian parliament adopts new election law

China's Xi meets head of Taiwan's Kuomintang

Australian Greens execute abrupt leadership change

International May Day 2015

The US "pivot to Asia" and the drive to war against China

The fight for the political independence of the working class in China


The cost of military domination

Arts Review

Jean-Michel Basquiat at the Art Gallery of Ontario: Graffiti, fame and the art market

Workers Struggles

Workers Struggles: Europe, Middle East & Africa

Build your library of Marxist literature at

Home | Advanced Search | Donate | Feedback | About the WSWS | Privacy Policy

Copyright � 1998-2014 World Socialist Web Site - All rights reserved.

Do not reply to this email. To contact the WSWS, click here.

To be unsubscribed from the World Socialist Web Site mailing list, simply click on the link below:

This mailing proudly powered by Subscribe Me™ Professional - Enterprise Edition

No comments:

Post a Comment