When the survival of the planet is at stake, calls for moderation and compromise aren’t a mark of adult politics — they’re a threat to civilization.
On the 40th anniversary of Spain's post-dictatorship constitution, the center is wracked by crisis, the far right is on the rise, and tensions over Catalonia continue to rise.
Four decades since the passing of Spain's democratic Constitution, the "regime of '78" is sharply criticized by the Left and the Catalan independence movements. Yet former prime minister Felipe González still defends it.
In a speech last week at the UN, Marc Lamont Hill issued a passionate call for action to achieve justice in Palestine. We reprint his address here in full.
Britain’s leading liberal newspaper has set out on a mission to define and defeat “populism.” It has not gone well.
How George H. W. Bush paved the way for Trumpism.
Italy's illustrious Marxist filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci died last week. His films explored the death of the bourgeoisie; his legacy points us to the death of the chauvinist male auteur.
Shinzō Abe is pushing to open up Japan's restrictive immigration system. But his reforms would serve the interests of business, not immigrant workers.
Donald Trump wants to destroy the 14th Amendment's guarantee of birthright citizenship. But before he sought to eliminate it outright, his elite predecessors mangled, misread, and misused the amendment in the service of capital.
You can't understand the chaos of Brexit without understanding the fundamentals of the European Union.
Previous estimates suggested that Medicare for All would save $2 trillion. But it's even better: a new study finds that Bernie Sanders's bill would save $5.1 trillion — while providing universal, comprehensive coverage.
New York’s transit workers have enormous leverage over Amazon. But to use it, they will have to break with Andrew Cuomo.