In the conflict between the new U.S.-backed government of Ukraine and the Russian-supported forces controlling Crimea, we oppose both sides.
Shortages, inflation and corruption are fueling frustrations with the government in Venezuela--and the hopes of the right.
Hundreds of undocumented immigrants at a private prison in Tacoma, Wash., went on hunger strike to protest inhumane treatment.
The radical novelty of Leon Trotsky's theory of uneven and combined development is often underestimated.
Why are those who insisted on making our planet more difficult to live on now harping about the legacy we leave our children?
The lockout of Major League Soccer referees is awful for the refs, dangerous for players and terrible for working people.
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.
To understand the dominance of nationalism in Ukraine today requires understanding the country's history of subjugation.
Columbia College students and faculty are organizing a campaign to defend academic freedom for a Palestinian instructor.
The reckless burning of coal, oil and gas is accelerating climate change and drastically altering the hydrology of the biosphere.
A recently published collection provides a new generation with defiant revolutionary songs by Irish socialist James Connolly.
Millenials are discovering that we cannot hope to inherit a better world--we have to fight for it.
It is simply too early to say that the corruption scandal in Turkey has reignited the flames of discontent.
Nuevas revelaciones demuestran que la represión estatal contra el activismo político de izquierda está lejos de ser una cosa del pasado.
CeCe McDonald is free after going to jail for defending herself against a racist, transphobic attack--but she's keeping up the fight for justice.
A dense network of financial and industrial titans, stretching from Cairo to Saudi Arabia, sustains Egypt's counterrevolution.
A badly needed struggle against environmental racism has been missing from the mainstream ecology movement.
A Chicago parent explains why she's proud to be part of the teacher-parent-student boycott against a useless standardized test.
A student group occupied a building at the University of California Berkeley to protest incoming UC President Janet Napolitano.
Un socialista venezolano comenta sobre las protestas callejeras lideradas por la derecha y la necesidad de una revolución dentro de la revolución.
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