• Headed for a showdown in Quebec

    A mass demonstration in Montreal was the latest sign of resistance to attacks on public-sector workers and government services.

  • The cash behind climate denial

    A new report shows that Exxon management was briefed on climate change caused by fossil fuels as early as 1977.

  • Why is Russia dropping bombs in Syria?

    Russia's military intervention marks a new chapter in a bloody conflict--and an escalation of its imperial confrontation with the U.S.

  • An attack on "the Jungle"

    A recent police attack on a refugee camp in Calais exposes the barbarity of the policies of Fortress Europe.

  • Looking for lost momentum

    Spain's radical party Podemos is losing ground in opinion polls ahead of a general election. Can it rebound in time?

  • Japan's summer of protest

    The government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is facing a wave of protests that are on a scale rarely seen in the last 40 years.

  • Where does the election leave the Greek left?

    Tsipras' crime is not only the imposition of new austerity, but destroying the optimism unleashed by SYRIZA coming to power.

  • What would an NDP breakthrough mean?

    If Canada's New Democratic Party wins in upcoming federal elections, it is likely to continue the politics of austerity.

  • Why is Russia backing Assad?

    The editors of a left-wing Russian website explain why Russia is now openly moving troops into Syria to back the Assad regime.

  • Who will rule Greece?

    Alexis Tsipras won a major victory in the September 20 election, but he now must abide by the draconian terms of the lenders' new Memorandum.

  • How imperialism drives the refugee crisis

    While the West constructs fortresses to keep out refugees, imperialism creates the conditions for massive human displacement.

  • European leaders wage war on war refugees

    As the refugee crisis in Europe grows more dire, one government after another is using violence and repression to send the message: Keep out.

  • America's favored dictatorship

    Saudi Arabia has launched a barbaric war on Yemen, among other crimes, but its rulers are still hailed as friends of the West.

  • Tsipras' Pyrrhic victory and the struggle ahead

    Greek socialists respond to the outcome of the September 20 elections and explain the tasks for the left ahead in the struggle against austerity.

  • A "no entry" sign for refugees

    Desperate people seeking safety for their families will press up against the barriers that European governments have erected.

  • Elections in Greece and the left's challenge

    A leading Greek socialist explains how the new alliance Popular Unity was formed to confront the betrayals of Alexis Tsipras' SYRIZA government.

  • Keeping the flame of resistance lit in Greece

    The elections in Greece come at a critical turning point: the end of one political period and the beginning of another.

  • Impasse in Ecuador

    Left and indigenous forces in Ecuador are trying to build an alternative to both President Rafael Correa and the right.

  • What does Corbyn's victory mean?

    In a repudiation of those who engineered its rightward shift, the Labour Party has elected the most left-wing leader in its history.

  • NYC stands with the refugees

    New Yorkers joined protesters around the world in solidarity with Syrian refugees--and put a spotlight on their government.

  • Why is Fortress Europe building bigger walls?

    Europe faces its worst refugee crisis since the Second World War, but political leaders are sending a message that will make things worse: Keep out.

  • When we fight together, we all win

    A Black Lives Matter activist talks about how and why he spearheaded a historic statement of Black solidarity with Palestine.

  • The RISE of the Scottish left

    One of the leading voices in a new party formation in Scotland explains the background and the politics of its launch.

  • Time for an exit from austerity

    With new elections in Greece less than a week away, three leading voices of the European far left call for a new direction.

  • Erdogan's cynical new war

    A campaign of terrorist violence is being waged against Turkey's left-wing Peoples' Democratic Party ahead of general elections.