• The hypocrites pass judgment on McGuinness

    Sinn Fein and Irish Republican Army leader Martin McGuinness had far greater cause for taking up arms than those judging him today.

  • What direction out the Brexit?

    Britain's government will start the process of leaving the EU, but masses of people are protesting Brexit's biggest fan in the U.S.

  • Another effort to silence Omar Barghouti

    Israeli investigators arrested Omar Barghouti on suspicion of tax evasion as part of a campaign to intimidate the BDS movement.

  • The one undemocratic state solution

    Israeli politicians who call for a "one-state solution" in Palestine have a radically different idea in mind compared to the left.

  • When the scientists march

    Activism by scientists is often greeted with amazement, but they have quite a history of protest, especially during times of upheaval.

  • Despair in Europe's camps

    Refugees continue to die in record numbers as EU governments scapegoat them, but people are taking to the streets in protest.

  • How did the Dutch far right get so far?

    Geert Wilders' far-right Party for Freedom came up short of victory in last week's Dutch elections, but it expanded its votes and its influence.

  • The West and "African corruption"

    The West's self-serving narrative about "African corruption" obscures actual causes of graft and greed that bleed Africa dry.

  • South Koreans topple their corrupt president

    After almost five months of mass protests, the corrupt and repressive Park Guen-hye has been driven from South Korea's presidency.

  • We have to punch together

    Mexican teachers are waging a fight against the government's for privatization drive--and asking for solidarity from fellow workers.

  • A new women's resistance is emerging

    The call for an International Women's Strike shows the potential for organizing a common front against reactionary policies.

  • Solidarity with

    The ISO stands with the website against recent attempts to silence a critical voice of the Latin American left.

  • On the same side as Peña Nieto?

    Mexico's government is trying to counter Trump by stealing a page from his nationalist playbook with its "Vibra Mexico" campaign.

  • We stand with the Yemeni people

    Syrian activists are calling for an end to the war on the people of Yemen, carried out by the U.S.-backed regime of Saudi Arabia.

  • How do we stand up to India's far right?

    An ambush at Delhi University shows the confidence of far-right forces in India--and the courage of students resisting them.

  • Capitalism's war on climate science

    Trump is only the latest and most extreme example of this society's refusal to let facts get in the way of its planetary death wish.

  • Ten proposals for the European left

    A set of proposals circulating among leftists in Europe are meant to push for economic and social justice in the European Union.

  • Greece's radical left after SYRIZA

    The experience of SYRIZA in Greece and the left's role in it from its founding has drawn out a series of ongoing lessons.

  • For Tibet against its oppressors

    Socialists should see Chinese rule over Tibet for what it: colonial oppression that must be opposed with support for self-determination.

  • Can the center hold in France's election?

    France's presidential campaign has been dominated by news of the right's surge, but this month brought more positive news.

  • Against Trump and Peña Nieto

    Mexican and U.S. workers have a common interest in resisting the right wing presidents who run their two countries.

  • Why was Turnbull smacked down by Trump?

    When it comes to persecuting refugees, Donald Trump has nothing on Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

  • The new balance of terror in Syria

    Former imperial and regional rivals agree on an outcome that maintains the Assad regime and crushes the remnants of the rebellion.

  • México: Alzas y alzamientos

    Una nueva ola de protestas se levanta con la fuerza de la rabia acumulada tras todas las ofensas cometidas por el régimen de Enrique Peña Nieto.

  • The roots of sectarianism in the Middle East

    We’re told that sectarian religious divisions have always existed in the Middle East, but they are, in reality, a product of capitalism.