Capitalism is always in flux. What hasn’t changed is the power of the strike.
The recent protests in Nicaragua began as a response to austerity reforms. They’ve snowballed into something much bigger.
We’re living through another crisis of American family farming. But don’t expect a rural revolt any time soon.
Whatever the outcome of today’s Venezuelan election, the US has neither the right nor the moral standing to intervene.
In today’s election Venezuela’s opposition offers only two paths: further strangling of the economy or dire shock therapy.
In This Issue
The story of the British National Health Service, one of the twentieth century’s great working-class achievements.
Trump’s policy towards Venezuela has become increasingly aggressive in the run-up to tomorrow’s elections.
The British monarchy’s stubborn hold has turned the country into a historical theme park.
Turkey is headed for snap elections — and Erdoğan’s continued quest for dominance is again on the line.
Critics are right to question Remainers’ scare tactics. But the case for a progressive Brexit still hasn’t been made.
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Africa* Is a Country
*Not the continent with 54 countries
“I love Africa Is a Country, because it is basically the inside of my head.”
— Teju Cole
Though not unblemished, socialists in the United States have a record in confronting black oppression that is unmatched by other political traditions.
The Russian Facebook ads that destroyed American democracy have now been released. Try not to laugh — it’s serious business.
UPS might be the next target of the national strike wave — but under very unusual circumstances.
French students face a critical juncture in their fight against Emmanuel Macron. But the movement’s real strength may lie outside the campus.
With elections weeks away, Colombian politics are polarizing and the country’s historic peace agreement is at risk.