In Mexico, an energy users' association is growing into a militant women's movement.
Cinzia Arruzza is an associate professor of philosophy at the New School.
March's Women's Strike was an electric first step towards forging a new feminist movement.
Matteo Renzi’s constitutional reform was politically illegitimate in method and antidemocratic in content. We should celebrate its rejection.
Silvio Berlusconi's tenure as Italian prime minister shows how not to resist an authoritarian demagogue.
The European Union fails refugees because it is structured to serve the needs of capital above all.
With last week’s elections, commentators are heralding the “end of Europe,” but the evidence tells a different story.