World Affairs Archive

The Imperialist Treachery and the First Imperialist War

History is a witness to the fact that 1914-18 First World War (FWW) was a predatory War. It was fought […]

Heinous Attack of far-right Thugs on Socialist Book

The neo-liberal economic policies imposed on the world by the imperialism have not brought any affluence to the people of […]

The Barbarism of US Imperialism Exposed Again

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague unanimously ruled yesterday that Washington must let Iran use international financial […]

Struggle of Korean People for Peace and Reunification

June, 2018 Summit between the North Korean President Kim Jong-un and the US President Donald Trump was welcomed in the […]

NATO – A Tool of Imperialist Aggression

NATO’s Brussel’s Summit held in July 2018 began in an atmosphere of discord but ended with the release of a […]

Trade War : Crisis of Deepening Inter-imperialist Contradictions

After one year in June 2018, the US imperialism has imposed tariffs of up to 25 per cent on steel […]

Maldives Demand No Indian Interferance

The Indian Govt. has gifted two helicopters to Maldives in 2013. One of them was operated by the Indian Coast […]

Reject Israel’s New Moves

Encouraged and emboldened by the backing from the US imperialists, the Israeli rulers are going ahead with one move after […]

Nepal Pledges to Pursue Policies of Independence

In the post-Monarchical period, the Nepal had witnessed long periods of political instabilities. In two decades period, no govt. has […]

Global Military Spending Wasteful Expenditure

Global military spending reached a record of $1.7 trillion in 2017, an increase of 1.1 per cent than the previous […]

North Korea -US Summit is Welcome – Many Pitfalls Ahead

Passing through a bumpy and uncertain road with all signs of possible collapse the US President Donald Trump and North […]

Persecution of Immigrants – Monopoly Capital’s Policy

The US imperialism boasts of American democracy and poses itself as the champion of human rights. Yet a spate of […]