International

  • 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.

  • Don't let Israel hide Ahed's trial

    Israel's detention and prosecution of Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi for standing up for her family must be protested.

  • Fascism, not migrants, is the real danger in Italy

    The shooting of six Africans by a fascist was the result of a troubling rise of xenophobia and sexism ahead of elections next month.

  • The return of great power rivalry

    Two government documents spell it out: The U.S. government is on the warpath against emerging big power rivals China and Russia.

  • Turkey's invasion will make the suffering worse

    Turkish forces are invading a Kurdish region in Syria, escalating tensions across the region--and threatening more misery for the victims on all sides.

  • A chronicle of a blacklisting crook foretold

    The collapse of the UK construction giant Carillion was a long time coming--and has focused attention on its harsh labor practices.

  • Why the left has to stand with Iran's uprising

    The question of whether to support a mass social struggle against the Iranian state should be easy for the left to answer. Unfortunately, it isn't.

  • Tunisia is back in the streets

    A new wave of anti-austerity protests that is rocking Tunisia has its roots in the 2011 Arab Spring uprising that toppled a dictator.

  • Don't privatize Puerto Rico's electric power

    Socialists in Puerto Rico respond to Gov. Ricardo Rosselló's announced plans to privatize the island's electric utility.

  • Where is Catalonia headed next?

    Pro-independence parties won the elections ordered by the Spanish state, but is unclear how a new government will be formed.

  • Socialist voices against Turkey's onslaught

    A network of Middle Eastern socialists is calling for solidarity in the face of Turkey's attack on a Kurdish region in Syria.

  • Solidarity against the bully in Davos

    Left-wing organizations and publishers in the U.S. sent messages of solidarity with the protests against Trump's visit to Switzerland.

  • Australia's neocolonial gulag

    The Manus Island concentration camp for refugees is a cruel symbol of the relationship between Australia and Papua New Guinea.

  • Never forget Nagasaki

    I traveled to Japan to apologize, especially to the Hibakusha--the word for survivors of the atomic blasts during the World War II.

  • The crisis before the crisis in Puerto Rico

    When a UN official investigating poverty toured the U.S., a scholar had this to say about the dire conditions in Puerto Rico.

  • Union busting, Russian-style

    The Russian state is attacking a major trade union, claiming that it is a "foreign agent" as a pretext to legal moves to dissolve it.

  • We demand to know how Eduardo García died

    Eduardo's friends and comrades are calling for solidarity to put pressure on Mexican authorities to investigate his assassination.

  • The new resistance in Iran

    An Iranian-American socialist explains the bitter grievances driving the protests shaking Iran's rulers--and what is needed to sustain and expand them.

  • A loud message of opposition to austerity

    Argentina's right-wing government faced massive protests when it attempted to drive through an attack on the pension system.

  • The persecution of a Palestinian family

    Join supporters of Ahed, Nour and Nariman Tamimi in demanding their release from arbitrary detention by the Israeli authorities.

  • Iran's exploding radicalization

    What began as a small protest in northeast Iran against price increases has spread into a rebellion that is rocking the government.

  • Puerto Rico teachers fight to reopen schools

    The president of a Puerto Rico teachers' union explains how educators are protecting schools in the aftermath of the hurricane.

  • Taking stock of an Ontario labor battle

    An inspiring strike by union faculty at Ontario's Community Colleges was halted by legislation, but the fight is far from over.

  • Free these victims of political repression

    A new initiative by the Alliance of Middle Eastern Socialists seeks to bring attention to the plight of political prisoners.