Class: The legacy of Asian American struggle

This one-hour class focuses on Asian American resistance to oppression, from Ir Won Keun to the struggle to defend the I-hotel.

What is imperialism? An introduction

This introductory article examines Marx's analysis of colonialism and the transition from colonialism to imperialism.

China’s foreign policy (1949-today): A 7-part podcast series

This series examines the history of China's foreign policy since the 1949 revolution brought the Communist Party to power.

Still fighting for Korea’s liberation: An interview with Ahn Hak-sop

Editor’s Note: Ahn Hak-sop was an officer in the Korean People’s Army of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK, or North...

Palestine, Israel, and the U.S. Empire (audio book)

If you think the Israel-Palestine conflict is too complex to understand, think again. Listen to this free audio book for a partisan yet objective analysis of the struggle!

The legacy of Vietnamese women in the national resistance struggle

The legacy of revolutionary Vietnamese Women's struggle dates back thousands of years.

The real story of the U.S. occupation of Syria: The historical,...

In this episode episode of The Socialist Program, a podcast providing news and views about the world for...

Thomas Sankara: Leadership and action that inspires 71 years later

On the 71st anniversary of his birth, we honor Sankara's legacy and find inspiration in his actions and leadership.

70 years too long: The struggle to end the Korean War

Hear from the People’s Democracy Party on the Korean war and the struggle for peace in this exclusive interview.

Building a new anti-war movement: Background and talking points on Iran

In order to confront the intense aggression of the U.S. government toward Iran and Iraq, we must build a powerful and large anti-war movement with the broadest possible base of support.