Wednesday’s stunt signaled a new stage in the emergence of a fascist right in the country. We must adamantly reject all “law and order” approaches, instead taking matters into our own hands, driving fascists out of the streets and out of our workplaces.
Why are self-styled socialists going after the slogan “defund the police”? Rawan Abdelbaki challenges them frontally.
Amanda Armstrong-Price reflects on the meaning of last night’s election returns in the US and what it means for the American left going forward.
Spectre’s Tithi Bhattacharya interviewed Meagan Day, Justin Charles, and Charlie Post about the left, electoral strategy, and class and social movements after the defeat of Bernie Sanders in the Democratic Primary. In the first part, each answers Bhattacharya’s questions and in the second part, they respond to one another.
Lebohang Mojapelo writes about how little Zimbabwe has changed since the November 2017 coup that drove out Robert Mugabe.
In the wake of the explosion in Beirut, can a social upsurge break free from the grip of Lebanon’s dominant parties?
How should we understand the irrationalism of American rightists today? What to make of their seeming enthusiasm for the death drive?
The Poor People’s Army writes about their upcoming march on Biden and the DNC. Lives over luxury!
Two members of Lausan explain how workers are organizing in Hong Kong in the face of the ferocious crackdown by the Chinese government.
Jordy Cummings writes about the emergent phenomenon of social democratic intellectuals appearing on right-wing terrain. Does this indicate a burgeoning red/brown alliance?