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Ukraine

Contradictions of the Ruling Class 
in Ukraine: inter-imperialist competition and internal social upheavals

Ukrainian capitalism today is distinguished by the most fortified oligarchy of the post-Soviet states. Politics in Ukraine have been subject to volatile lurches over the last decade, driven by the direct involvement of masses of Ukrainians. Meanwhile, shaping the economic, political, and ideological aspects of society and daily life in Ukraine is a ubiquitous inter-imperialist competition between Russia on the one side and the United States and the European Union on the other. Indeed, the accumulation of capital in this country is constantly conditioned and threatened both by these imperialisms and internal social upheavals. The actions and positions of the ruling class have been and will continue to be staked out upon the terrain delineated by their contradictions.

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How BRICS [Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa] Became Co-Dependent Upon Eco-Financial Imperialism

Heartbreak in Fortalezza

Contrary to rumour, the Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa alliance confirmed it would avoid challenging the unfair, chaotic world financial system at the Fortaleza summit on July 15.

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China

Chinese ambitions - An imperialism in formation

China is not an "emerging country" but a power that has emerged. It is not a "sub-imperialism" ensuring order in its own region, but an imperialism "in formation." The new Chinese bourgeoisie is aiming to play in the big league. The success of its enterprise is still far from assured, but this ambition determines its international policies, both economic and military.

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