On March 27 2011 Israeli socialist Moshe Machover addressed a meeting of the CPGB. He argues that with the involvement of UN and Nato forces, the Libyan revolution had already been lost. The only solution now is an Arab-wide revolution.
Yassamine Mather speaks at a London Communist Forum fringe meeting at Marxism 2010. She looks at the current dynamics of Iranian society a year on from the rigged presidential elections of June 2009 and looks at the tasks of the solidarity movement in supporting the Iranian working class.
Mike Macnair speaking at a London Communist Forum fringe at Marxism 2010. He outlines a history of fascism, the left’s varying responses in dealing with it and draws some conclusions on what strategy is needed to to fight reaction today.
Using new archival research, Canadian scholar Lars T Lih spoke to a London Communist Forum meeting about the ‘April debates’ and their impact on Bolshevik strategy through to October 1917
The speeches were delivered during a seminar at the London School of Economics on February 27 2010 to celebrate the 50th issue of the Marxist journal Critique, of which Hillel Ticktin and Mick Cox are the editors
This speech was delivered during a seminar at the London School of Economics on February 27 2010 to celebrate the 50th issue of the Marxist journal Critique, of which Hillel Ticktin is the editor
This speech was delivered during a seminar at the London School of Economics on February 27 2010 to celebrate the 50th issue of the Marxist journal Critique, of which Mick Cox is the deputy editor
Mike Macnair and Moshe Machover addressed the AGM of Hands Off the People of Iran on November 28 2009 in London
Yassamine Mather, chair of Hands Off the People of Iran, outlines recent struggles in Iran – and the tasks for the solidarity movement
Impressions from the AGM of Hopi, which took place on November 28 2009 in London. Subjects discussed include: imperialism’s drive towards war; why we oppose sanctions on Iran and the tasks of the solidarity movement. (hopoi.org)
London Communist Forum debate between:
Jack Conrad (CPGB)
Tony Greenstein (Alliance for Green Socialism)
Moshe Machover (Matzpen co-founder)
Speaking at the ‘Marxism on Campus’ national event in Manchester on October 17, CS Executive Member Cat Rylance discusses what internationalism means and why communists place such emphasis on it.
Communist Students National Executive member Chris Strafford talks about what CS stands for and why our vision for unity around the politic project of Marxism marks us out from the rest of the left student groups.