The referendum on Scottish independence didn't win, but it has fueled a radicalization based on new possibilities for the left.
The only way forward is to challenge Islamophobia by fighting for the realization of the Arab Spring revolutions.
A fellow veteran of the socialist movement pays tribute to the remarkable life of a dear friend and comrade.
A former Army Ranger offers his own experience to young people who may consider joining the military.
El presidente francés, François Hollande, y los líderes del mundo están utilizando los asesinatos en París para promover una agenda reaccionaria.
Across Europe, governments, political parties and anti-immigrant organizations are ratcheting up the atmosphere of bigotry and hate.
What would we learn if a SYRIZA-led government took the European Union at its word and audited all of Greece's debt?
Talha Ahsan never met Mike Marqusee, but his books and letters sustained Ahsan during eight long years behind bars.
The list of nominees for the 87th Academy Awards is out, and it's the whitest that it's been in almost 20 years.
History tells us that if the government can determine what speech is "legitimate," all progressive political forces will suffer.
We can oppose the killings at Charlie Hebdo without endorsing racism--nor ignoring government threats to free expression.
The new film Selma depicts the three-month-long campaign 50 years ago that was a pivotal moment of the civil rights movement.
The two women who initiated the December 13 anti-police violence protest in New York discuss their experiences.
An attempted bomb attack on the NAACP office in Colorado Springs has received almost no media attention.
Mike Marqusee wore his politics and love of sports proudly, and both were beacons for those looking for some wisdom.
In Pro, Katha Pollitt explains how the discussion about reproductive rights got pushed to the right--and how to push back.
Our side has to be prepared to use every means at our disposal to advance the movement of the immense majority.
Between satire and racism | Yes to diversity in France | Islamophobia, censorship and the state
The first order of business for the new Republican Congress was ramming through approval of the Keystone XL pipeline.
A Greek revolutionary and SYRIZA member talks about the challenges ahead as the radical left hopes to win national elections.
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