This category represents the works available from Mehring Books on contemporary politics in Asia and the Pacific.
The July Perspectives features extensive coverage of the world economic and social crisis and American Imperialism and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. It includes the important statement, "From Stimulus to austerity: An international class war policy. This issue also contains an analysis of the political coup in Australia that saw the removal of Labour Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. Learn More
The August Perspectives features extensive coverage of the wars in Central Asia and the Middle East and the growing international assault on Democratic Rights. Several perspectives are devoted to an analysis and condemnation of the attacks on the WikiLeaks website for its exposure of war crimes in Afghanistan. Learn More
This document was adopted unanimously by the Socialist Equality Party (Sri Lanka) at its founding congress held in Colombo, 27–29 May, 2011. Learn More
This work is a print edition of the World Socialist Web Site
15 Year Anniversary essays. It is meant as a companion to the online project celebrating 15 years of continuous publication of the World Socialist Web Site.
The essays contained in this new book are an indispensable introduction to those new to the World Socialist Web Site
, providing an Marxist assessment of the unfolding events of the tumultuous last years of the 20th century and the first 12 years of the 21st. For those who have followed the site over the course of the past 15 years you will want the print edition as a reference for the first 15 years of the WSWS
or as a way to introduce new readers to the web site.
This pamphlet contains articles and statements from the World Socialist Web Site
on the Australian government's military intervention into Aboriginal communities which was based on the pretext of stopping child sexual abuse. Learn More
This is an extraordinary account of the worst factory fire in history - the 1993 blaze at the Kader Industrial Toy Company outside Bangkok, Thailand. One hundred and eighty-eight people - 174 women and 14 men - perished in the fire. Kader workers earned less than $1 an hour making toys for such corporate giants as Toys 'R Us, Hasbro and Tyco. Those who died were trapped in a building with no fire extinguishers or alarms and no fire escape; management had locked the exits. Learn More
This book contains the results of the Workers Inquiry into the death of Daniel Yock, an 18-year-old Queensland, Australia Aboriginal youth who died in police custody November 7, 1993. Learn More