Rahm Emanuel’s “public-private partnership” with Elon Musk looks a lot like the parking meters privatization that still haunts Chicago. That’s no accident: such partnerships are massive giveaways to corporations.
Cuba has a new president. No one knows how he plans to change Cuba — but it’s clear he’s got his work cut out for him.
Recent elections in Iraq show that the country’s voters are tired of a political system that produces only corruption and inequality.
The outrage over Trump’s heartless family separation policy provides an opportunity to reverse the bipartisan consensus that has long victimized immigrants.
Trump might get all the attention, but South Korean president Moon Jae-in is the real key to securing peace on the peninsula.
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How Students for a Democratic Society went from building a mass movement to embracing the politics of self-destruction.
For a few brief weeks in France, not just a government but an entire system was called into question.
Why do African teams struggle in the World Cup? It has everything to do with colonialism.
Socialists believe not only that capitalism is an oppressive, undemocratic system, but that there’s a viable, humane alternative.
The life of French General Jacques Pâris de Bollardière shows how the strongest voices against war and militarism can come from the military’s own ranks.
Bizarre cults. Anticommunist paranoia. Facebook stalking. Meet Trevor Loudon, founder of the antisocialist website KeyWiki.
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Workers at Google just scored an impressive victory against US militarism.
How bad is the housing crisis? Even the cheapest rental units are usually out of reach for low-income workers.
From fare strikes to sick outs, movements are deploying a variety of creative tactics to disrupt business as usual.
Canada is not immune to the rise of right-wing populism. Case in point: the recent election of Doug Ford as Premier of Ontario after years of Liberal rule.
The Middle East is a complicated place. But the worst way to understand it is through the lens of “tribalism.”
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