• The caravan marches north

    Some 1,500 migrants from Central America set out on a journey across Mexico toward the U.S. to demand dignity and asylum.

  • Rescuing Jewish culture from Zionism

    Younger generations are breaking the stranglehold that pro-Israel politics has had on American Jewish life for decades.

  • Uniting the struggles in France

    The ingredients exist for workers to take on Emmanuel Macron's neoliberal attacks, but only if union action is brought together.

  • Tramp the dirt down on Efraín Ríos Montt

    The former dictator of Guatemala and CIA favorite is dead, but the cycle of Central American violence and migration remains.

  • Brazil's coupmakers want to jail democracy

    The imprisonment of the former Brazilian president represents an escalation of the right wing's attack on workers and the left.

  • Striking for schools and for Puerto Rico

    Backers of an education measure in Puerto Rico claim it is about reform, but it's striking how little it has to do with true reform.

  • Marielle's assassins must be brought to justice

    Socialist organizations in the U.S. send their solidarity after the assassination of a leading socialist and human rights activist in Brazil.

  • A family snatched at dawn

    The Australian government has forged a close partnership with Sri Lanka that comes at the expense of Tamil immigrants.

  • Winning the right to be

    No one could have predicted the kind of outburst we experienced for the International Women's Strike in cities of the Spanish state.

  • A strike against the neoliberal university

    The struggle of university workers in the UK is giving the labor movement a big boost and opening up an outlet for seething anger against neoliberalism.

  • UK university workers send a defiant message

    Staff at more than 60 universities in the UK continue to walk the picket line after a bad deal to end their struggle was rejected.

  • Into the streets for Marielle Franco

    Marielle died because of her fight, because she was Black, because she was a woman, because she dared to confront the system.

  • A wake-up call for India's left

    What does the victory for the right-wing Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party in the state of Tripura mean for India's left?

  • How to solve the climate crisis (while we can)

    An Arctic "heat wave" in the middle of winter is the latest warning of an impending climate catastrophe. Can it be stopped?

  • Will the Middle East powder keg ignite?

    Tensions and conflicts are intensifying in the Middle East as the major players, both regional and global, compete for influence.

  • Russian voters have choices but no alternative

    Russian socialists are calling for a boycott of the coming election, which is almost certain to re-elect Vladimir Putin to a fourth term.

  • Trapped in a web of violence and hate

    The Rohingyas in Myanmar face a terrible crisis that is a reflection of the intention of the regime to oust them from Rakhine State.

  • Ramaphosa's neoliberal reboot in South Africa

    There is general satisfaction at seeing Jacob Zuma go--but very real concerns about the new president's pro-corporate priorities.

  • Justice for the Eight Comrades

    Eight young leftists in China's Guangdong province are standing up to a crackdown on efforts to organize students and workers.

  • The Kurdish struggle and self-determination

    We need to oppose the Middle East regimes and any other force that prevents Kurdish populations from deciding their own future.

  • On the Macedonia question in Greece

    A large right-wing demonstration in Greece has raised an old political question about a neighboring country claimed by nationalists.

  • Charter schools and the future of Puerto Rico

    Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló's plan for charter schools shows how his government is dancing to the tune of education policies sung in Washington.

  • We will speak out for Emin Şakir

    Turkish socialist Emin Şakir remains behind bars since his arrest three months ago on false charges that he is promoting terrorism.

  • From the revolution, we learned to be united

    An Egyptian socialist, recently released from prison, talks about the situation today under the el-Sisi regime and what lies ahead.

  • Puerto Rico faces a "trauma doctrine"

    From Wall Street to the federal government, neoliberal vultures are circling over Puerto Rico, which remains in desperate need.