Call 416 469 2446 to order "Stop the TPP" leaflets and get involved!

Category Archives: Analysis

TPP reveals corporate enslavement: Communist Party of Australia

By Bob Briton, in The Guardian, weekly newspaper of the Communist Party of Australia, November 2015 The planners behind the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) have bowed to mounting international pressure and released the text of the trade and investment pact. Revelations from WikiLeaks and the alarm they have caused are the likely cause for the sudden […]


US Imperialism and the TPP – Communist Party of India (Marxist)

From the November 2013 contribution to the International Meeting of Communist and Workers’ Parties, by Sitaram Yechury, member of the Polit Bureau, Communist Party of India (Marxist) The global capitalist crisis that is plaguing the world has not abated. The recently published IMF, World Economic Outlook Report, October 2013, states: “Global growth is still weak, […]


Japanese government must not sign TPP deal: CP of Japan

October 6, 2015 Following a news report that 12 countries, including Japan and the United States, negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade pact in Atlanta have “basically agreed to conclude the negotiations”, Japanese Communist Party Chair Shii Kazuo on October 6 issued a statement demanding that the Japanese government withdraw from the TPP without signing the […]


Labour, the Economy, the TPP

Excerpts from the 36 Central Convention keynote address by Elizabeth Rowley, leader of the Communist Party of Canada In its relief that the ories were defeated last October, the labour movement in English speaking Canada has swung to the centre, with the CLC leadership literally embracing the Liberals in December when Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland […]


The TPP is not a trade agreement: Communist Party of Australia

May 2016 Notable for its absence in the 2016-17 [Australian] federal budget was any mention of a central economic measure that, if implemented, would impose a profound, binding and punitive regime on Australia’s economic future. The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) so-called free trade agreement is not a trade agreement. The purpose of the “partnership,” drafted […]