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Australian Labor Party in its death throes

By Richard Phillips, 2 March 2011

The Labor leadership is desperately attempting to revive its decaying organisation after a new report revealed that the party faces collapse.

Call for “national unity” following New Zealand earthquake

By John Braddock, 2 March 2011

Prime Minister Key is seeking to divert attention away from where culpability lies for the extent of loss of life, injury and devastation.

Materiel and personnel in place for military intervention in Libya

By Julie Hyland, 2 March 2011

The United States, Britain and the European powers are deepening their preparations for intervention in Libya, including military action.

Sri Lankan SEP meeting discusses Egyptian Revolution

By our correspondents, 2 March 2011

Speakers explained that the convulsions in the Middle East and North Africa demonstrated that the working class internationally was entering into a new period of revolutionary struggles.

Wisconsin teachers denounce school cuts

By Jerry White, 2 March 2011

Teachers spoke out against Governor Walker’s new budget, which will slash nearly a billion dollars from public education.

German imperialism and the crisis in Libya

By Peter Schwarz Alex Lantier, 2 March 2011

Germany has emerged as a full-fledged participant in the great power drive for imperialist intervention in Libya.

Protests spread throughout Arabian Peninsula

By Alex Lantier, 2 March 2011

Renewed protests hit Yemen, Oman and Bahrain yesterday. There are signs that the protests that spread from Tunisia and Egypt to the Arabian Peninsula may also overtake Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.

Russia and the uprisings in the Middle East

By Andrea Peters, 2 March 2011

The ongoing wave of popular uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa has provoked alarm within the Kremlin, which fears the destabilizing impact of these events on Russia’s national interests in the region, the world economy and mass consciousness throughout the former Soviet sphere.

Wisconsin governor outlines $1.7 billion in budget cuts

By Jerry White, 2 March 2011

In a budget address Tuesday, Governor Scott Walker announced plans to gut public education and state health care programs for low-income families.

8,500 demonstrate in Columbus, Ohio against anti-worker bill

By Brad Sykes, 2 March 2011

About 8,500 workers and students demonstrated in Columbus, Ohio on Tuesday against a bill that cuts wages and would strip government workers of the right to strike and bargain collectively.