The Political Secretariat of the radical left party SYRIZA puts forward the principles to guide negotiations with the lenders.
The question is whether the Sanders campaign can be used to make the left stronger--or whether the radicals will get used by the Democrats.
The number of deaths linked to faulty ignition switches in GM cars is over 100--and GM still hasn't taken responsibility.
The "Future of Left and Independent Politics" conference provided a forum for discussing left-wing electoral challenges.
Barack Obama's presidential library is coming to Chicago's South Side--but not a desperately needed trauma center.
A grotesque re-enactment of one of the great moral failures of the 20th century is playing out in the waters off Southeast Asia.
If our superheroes say something about the society we live in, what does Avengers: The Age of Ultron have to tell us?
The working class can only achieve practical consciousness through the fight for leadership in every sphere of social life.
The media are focusing blame for the deadly Amtrak derailment on the engineer, but politicians set the stage for this disaster long before.
Seattle teachers hit the picket line in the latest in a series of one-day strikes to demand full funding for education.
A leader of the left wing in SYRIZA describes the stakes as the moment of truth approaches for the Greek government.
Members of the International Socialist Organization and Socialist Alternative exchange views on the Sanders campaign.
May 15 was the anniversary of the "Nakba"--the Arabic word used to describe the ethnic cleansing of Palestine to establish Israel.
By mobilizing the membership and threatening to strike, the UTLA leadership forced school officials to bow to the union's key demands.
Pro-Israel politicians are pushing laws to punish institutions and corporations that boycott Israel in support of Palestinian rights.
The Socialism 2015 conference is an important political gathering for radicals from around the country and beyond.
A group of mothers gathered in Washington, D.C., to express their pain, sadness and anger at continuing police violence.
On May 7, Britain's Labour Party lost a cynical public relations war that had little to do with political ideology.
Building a strong labor movement requires broadening the struggle beyond the demands of one union or industry to embrace class-wide demands.
With the critical turning point in Greece's crisis drawing near, the whole of SYRIZA must be asked to decide what comes next.
Socialism 2015 | Chicago | July 2-5
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