Thirty-five thousand students in Quebec went on strike this week. Their demand is simple: interns must be paid for their labor.
Mega-companies like Amazon and Walmart are already using large-scale central planning. We can wield that tool for good. Socialists need to renew our embrace of democratic planning and fight for a real alternative to capitalism.
In recent decades the Kurdish New Year has become a festival of resistance against tyranny. This year’s celebrations coincide with victory over the Islamic State.
If we want a Green New Deal that can take on climate change, we need to challenge powerful business interests.
Tens of thousands of University of California workers are on strike today. Their message is clear: austerity and privatization are destroying education.
Donald Trump's ignorance and hubris are undermining any possibility of a denuclearization deal with North Korea.
Turkey's autocratic president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, is rushing to shore up the economy ahead of this month's elections. But the economy's woes are deeper than any macroeconomic tweak can fix.
In the seventies, Bernie Sanders called for nationalizing major industries, a stance the media want to frame as a gaffe. But it only shows how consistent he’s been in fighting predatory elites — in stark contrast to the other Democratic candidates.
Speaking to constituents in Queens, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez urged public school parents to think big on education — and to fight attempts to divide working class constituencies.
Classical musicians aren’t normally associated with picket lines, but the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is now on strike. We spoke to three strikers about their grueling work, recent attacks on orchestra members’ pensions and salaries, and the intersection of classical music and the labor movement.
Just one former British soldier will face charges in the 1972 Bloody Sunday Massacre — a travesty of justice that comes amid a disturbing resurgence of nationalist jingoism in Brexit Britain.
AMLO’s first one hundred days in office has shown what the Mexican left will need to do throughout his term: defend him against attacks from the Right, while building a movement to push him from the Left.