A Brazilian historian and PSOL militant puts forward fifteen theses on the limits and opportunities in a conjuncture marked by multiple nested crises in his country
Dan Boscov-Ellen writes about the limits of reform to stave off climate change, and proposes radical alternatives.
An organizer with the Oakland-based Tenant and Neighborhood Councils (TANC) argues for a focus on base-building instead of what he characterizes as the two prevailing modes of housing politics: service and advocacy.
What should we understand today by the term “Leninism”? How much of it actually derives from Lenin’s theoretical output, or must we examine his actual political practice instead?
Three workers explain how the working class is fighting for life over profits in Southeastern Michigan.
With urgency and coherency, all movements emanating from this crisis must begin with the call for open borders. But what does this mean in practical terms for the class struggle to come?
The vulnerability of the global supply chain has been thrown into sharp relief amid the global pandemic. But earlier this year that vulnerability was also exposed by indigenous protests and solidarity actions across Canada. John Clarke, a longstanding anti-poverty activist in Toronto, draws some strategic lessons.
As the world descends into chaos, political struggles are articulated in unexpected ways. Gramsci’s concept of “organic crisis” can help us make sense of this mess and what it all means for the politics of class struggle.
Notes on the betrayal of the Syrian left
An analysis of the 2019-20 uprising in Chile.