The Rule of Law Won’t Save Us
Donald Trump won’t be stopped by the law — in fact, his worse abuses are enabled by it.
Picasso painted Guernica eighty years ago this spring. It still stands as a searing protest against the brutality of war and fascism.
Don’t let them make you forget it — once you move beyond Corbyn’s personal polling, the electorate consistently likes his policies.
The Steps to Ecosocialism
Any ecosocialist movement must have a strategy for organizing in the here and now.
The Centrist Cul-de-Sac
Even if Macron wins in France, five more years of neoliberalism could further bolster the far-right National Front.
Opposing Le Pen should in no way be limited to voting against her on May 7.
Gramsci and the Russian Revolution
What did a young Antonio Gramsci think about the Russian Revolution?
Who Fights Colombia’s Wars?
The biggest opponents of Colombia’s peace process are the most removed from the reality of war.
The Right’s Green Awakening
Leading Republicans are abandoning climate-change denialism in order to design « green » policy favorable to capital.
Last year’s prestige cinema focused on working-class characters too consumed to reflect on their own conditions.
The Palestine Exception
One of the world’s most important academic organizations has a choice: uphold academic freedom, or provide cover for Israel’s crimes.
The Meaning of France Insoumise
Mélenchon’s movement has its limitations — but it’s unexpected rise offers new possibilities for the French left.
Erdoğan Can Be Beaten
Erdoğan is not unstoppable. The Turkish left must fight to annul the fraudulent referendum and mobilize against dictatorship.
There’s nothing natural or innate about inequality — but a long history of pseudo-science will tell you there is.
Another World Is Possible With Jean-Luc Mélenchon
Two hundred French educators explain why they’re supporting Jean-Luc Mélenchon in tomorrow’s presidential election.