GST Original Articles

By Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor / 10 October 2019
https://blackagendareport.com/five-years-later-do-black-lives-matter
By R. Burke / 08 October 2019
One of the most illuminating scenes from Milton Knight’s The Young C.L.R. James: A Graphic Novelette depicts him as a seven year old. Young James is watching a cricket game excitedly from a window in his house. “Cricket was the only game.” “Our house was superbly situated, exactly behind the wicket.” His enjoyment is interrupted by a shout: “Cyril!” The voice is that of his mother, Elizabeth James. “Come away from the window. No cricket on Sunday.” Moving from the window, he picks up a copy of... Read more
By Don Fitz / 30 September 2019
Green Party Debates Green New Deal by Don Fitz Despite the furor over the Green New Deal (GND), many of its supporters have no idea of the wide variety of views on it, especially within the Green Party (GP), where it originated in the US. From June through August, 2019 Missouri Greens held public discussions contrasting at least three distinct GP views to those from the Democratic Party (DP). In June, the Green Party of St. Louis hosted a forum “The Green New Deal: Promise and... Read more
By Robert Hunziker / 25 September 2019
Tokyo Electric Power’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, which experienced three massive meltdowns in 2011, is running out of room to store radioactive water. No surprise! But now, what to do about phosphorescent water? Addressing the issue, Japan’s environmental minister Yoshiaki Harada held a news conference (September 2019). Unfortunately, he proffered the following advice: “The only option will be to drain it into the sea and dilute it.” (Source: Justin McCurry in Tokyo, Fukushima... Read more

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By Curtis Johnson / 13 November 2019
“Our goals need to shift from GDP growth and the pursuit of affluence toward sustaining ecosystems and improving human well-being by prioritizing basic needs and reducing inequality.”
By Eoin Higgins / 12 November 2019
The Sunday military coup in Bolivia has put in place a government which appears likely to reverse a decision by just-resigned President Evo Morales to cancel an agreement with a German company for developing lithium deposits in the Latin American country for batteries like those in electric cars. 
By Ronnie Cummins / 11 November 2019
A more accurate estimate of GHG emissions from U.S. and international food, farming and land use is 44-57 percent, not the 9 percent, as the EPA and USDA suggest.
By Jim Miles / 11 November 2019
Obama is a shining light in comparison to his two bookends, George Bush and Donald Trump. The veneer is broken in Jeremy Kuzmarov’s new work, Obama’s Unending Wars. Throughout the book he contrasts Obama’s rhetoric about the military helping people live free , protecting them from threats, promoting peace and human rights throughout the world, while all the while throughout his presidency (and... Read more
By Peoples Dispatch / 10 November 2019
We stand against the coup, and with the Bolivian people. We hope that they will be able to withstand what is thrown against them in the days to come. El Mundo Con Evo. So are we.
By Victor Marques / 10 November 2019
The Brazilian working class and the Left are under attack of a vicious political project that is globally articulated with the most reactionary currents in the world. We can only beat the populist right with an internationalist working-class movement. Our weapon is solidarity, our struggle is international.

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