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The anti-democratic offensive in Brazil that began with the impeachment of leftist President Rousseff in 2016 has intensified in recent weeks with high profile assassinations of left-wing activists; threats of military intervention and even the jailing of former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Piece by piece any progressive reforms

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The following piece by Andre Vltchek was written for the third edition of ThinkLeft, the Workers’ Party’s theoretical magazine, which was focused on the October Socialist Revolution, to coincide with its 100th anniversary late last year. Get your copy of ThinkLeft 3 here. Great October Socialist Revolution: Impact on the

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Sean Garland remembers the inspirational life and politics of Fidel Castro.

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Brendan Ryan recalls his meeting with Fidel Castro.

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In the late 1990s Latin American politics began a move to the Left with egalitarian governments coming to rule the majority of the region’s States. Gar Fitzpatrick talked to Barry Cannon, an Irish based expert on the region on whether this so-called ‘Pink Tide’ was receding and what that means

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On the 24th of October the conservative government of Norway, informed the Norwegian Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee that 330 US marines will be stationed in Norway from 2017. 

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Kevin Squires discusses the growing movement to support Palestine with Riya Hassan.

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After a strong result for the left in Portugal’s elections, the Portuguese Communist Party looks set for a decisive role in the future of its country. Áine Mannion spoke with Laura Almodôvar of the Portuguese Young Communists about the party’s work.

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As the United States finally begins to relax its siege, Dr. Hermes Herrera Hernández, Cuban Ambassador to Ireland, talks to LookLeft about the negotiations and the future of Cuba’s economic and social model.

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The Spanish State is attempting to dampen down protest movements that threaten the governing elite with a draconian legal crack down, reports Dara McHugh  

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