The neoliberal revolution is radically reshaping higher education. Faculty can play a central role in fighting it.
The new Catalan party, Catalunya en Comú, faces challenges all new political organizations must overcome.
If we ignore Blanqui’s influence on Marx, we miss important ideas about the role of theory and practice in revolutionary politics. A reply to William Roberts.
Jeremy Corbyn's recent success has finally deflated New Labour's favorite boogeyman: Michael Foot's 1983 general election defeat.
A financial transactions tax would attack income inequality by attacking the finance industry.
Jeremy Corbyn’s former press officer Matt Zarb-Cousin on why Labour’s anti-establishment campaign worked and how to finish the job.
A new book renders Hillary Clinton's insider elitism in great detail, but fails to explain how that elitism translated into her electoral downfall.
You can't understand the modern right without understanding their fundamental contempt for democracy.
Trumpcare is barbaric. Now is the time to redouble the fight for truly universal health care.
Helmut Kohl (1930–2017) paved the way for Germany’s current hegemony in Europe.
The Saudi Arabia–UAE battle against Qatar is a struggle for regional power with no heroes to cheer for.
Elite arguments against tower blocks aren't about safety — they're about contempt for public housing.