Lessons on the 40th anniversary of the Malvinas War

Forty years ago, Margaret Thatcher’s Tory government fought an undeclared war against Argentina for control of the Malvinas.

Bernie McAdam  ·  04 May 2022

Argentinian election: far left and far right advances

The Workers Left Front – Unity (FIT-U), a coalition made up of four Trotskyist organisations, has emerged as the country’s third largest political force in Argentina.

George Banks  ·  09 December 2021

Ni Una Menos: origins, development and perspective of a mass women’s movement

The Latin American movement against misogynist violence ihas brought millions of women into the streets.

Workers Power  ·  07 April 2019

Argentine Trotskyists report electoral success

By KD Tait In recent elections in 2013, the Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores (Left and Workers’ Front, FIT), a coalition of Trotskyist groups, won more than a million votes, or 5.12 per cent.  Christian Castillo, a member of the Partido de los Trabajadores Socialista (PTS), who was elected as a representative of […]

Workers Power  ·  15 January 2014

Argentine elections: Which way forward for the left?

    By Christian Gebhardt After Argentina’s “revolutionary days” in December 2001 – the driving from power in quick succession of two presidents, the blockades by unemployed workers, and the occupation of over 200 companies by their workers – the mass movement was eventually contained by the ruling class – with a little help from […]

Workers Power  ·  26 October 2013

30 Years On: The Falklands/Malvinas War and Revolutionary Defeatism

Thirty years on from the imperialist adventure against Argentina that became known as the Falklands War, the British establishment prepares – amid renewed tensions over the status of the islands properly called the Malvinas – to celebrate their subjugation of the semi-colonial country that dared to challenge them.   In this reprint of a Workers […]

Workers Power  ·  02 April 2012

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