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March 17, 2014

  • ¿Qué lado tomar en Ucrania?

    En el conflicto en Ucrania, entre el nuevo gobierno, respaldado por Estados Unidos, y las fuerzas que controlan Crimea, nos oponemos a ambos.

March 14, 2014

  • The question of Ukraine

    In 1939, Leon Trotsky turned his attention to Ukraine and the right of oppressed nations to self-determination.

March 13, 2014

  • What would make a real difference for youth?

    Barack Obama's initiative to help youth of color is a welcome recognition of reality--but the solutions it proposes are really part of the problems.

  • Timely lessons about Palestine

    Ali Abunimah's new book couldn't come at a better time for those engaged in the movement for Palestinian liberation.

  • SJP banned at Northeastern

    A chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine in Boston is asking for support after it was suspended from campus.

  • Getting behind the drivers

    Public transit bus drivers in Vermont have sent a unanimous message that they're ready to strike to defend their union.

  • Standing up to SEPTA

    As a contract deadline approaches, Philadelphia transit workers are beginning to prepare for a strike.

  • Koch needs to clean up

    The message was loud and clear from a forum in Southeast Chicago: We don't want petcoke in our backyard!

  • Holding the cops accountable

    Protesters gathered in front of San Diego's Hall of Justice to demand accountability for police charged with assaulting women.

  • Views in brief

    They're destroying City College | The legacy of Pete Camarata | The struggle goes on in Venezuela | Teachers focused on making change

March 12, 2014

  • Two wrong sides don't make one of them right

    In the conflict between the new U.S.-backed government of Ukraine and the Russian-supported forces controlling Crimea, we oppose both sides.

  • Feeding off the crisis in Venezuela

    Shortages, inflation and corruption are fueling frustrations with the government in Venezuela--and the hopes of the right.

  • On strike against deportation

    Hundreds of undocumented immigrants at a private prison in Tacoma, Wash., went on hunger strike to protest inhumane treatment.

  • Trotsky's developed insight

    The radical novelty of Leon Trotsky's theory of uneven and combined development is often underestimated.

  • Greenwashing Bloomberg-style

    Why are those who insisted on making our planet more difficult to live on now harping about the legacy we leave our children?

  • Scabs on the pitch

    The lockout of Major League Soccer referees is awful for the refs, dangerous for players and terrible for working people.

March 11, 2014

  • The story of a teachers' victory in Oregon

    Teachers in Medford, Ore., are glad to be back with their students--but they know their 16 days on strike helped advance a wider struggle for justice.

  • Ukraine and the national question

    To understand the dominance of nationalism in Ukraine today requires understanding the country's history of subjugation.

  • Why is Palestine taboo at Columbia College?

    Columbia College students and faculty are organizing a campaign to defend academic freedom for a Palestinian instructor.

  • Worries about our water

    The reckless burning of coal, oil and gas is accelerating climate change and drastically altering the hydrology of the biosphere.

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