Weapons of mass destruction shipped from Europe are decisive to Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen. But in Italy, the dockers who are supposed to load the warships are taking strike action — showing how workers can block the machinery of destruction.
Support for Pakistan's counterterrorism campaign is widespread. But it is waged largely against the poor and disenfranchised.
Unrest in India continues to build, but its direction remains uncertain.
Significant opposition to the Hindu nationalist project in India has recently emerged. But the Indian Left has to go beyond a “progressive” nationalism to build something bigger.
In his recent James Connolly lecture, Labour’s John McDonnell praised the Irish revolutionary as a formative influence on his politics. Connolly’s republicanism isn’t just of historical interest — it tells socialists how to think about democratizing society today.
Recent regional elections in India handed Modi’s BJP important new majorities. How can it be stopped?
India’s elections show that right-wing Hindu nationalism has achieved total hegemony over Indian society.
A new wave of protest suggests that the centuries-old struggle against the caste system in India may be entering a new phase.
Israel isn’t just maintaining a brutal military occupation. It’s also supplying weapons to genocidal regimes around the world.
The conventional wisdom about the Hong Kong protests is wrong. The threat to Hong Kong's already-weak democracy comes not only from China’s authoritarian state capitalism but the West’s neoliberalism.
Narendra Modi’s hard-right agenda is rolling on, unimpeded by significant opposition in India. His latest attack: on 1.9 million undocumented people, with the intention of displacing Bengali Muslims from northeastern India.