Sergio García analyzes the conditions and unstable ground of Milei’s presidency in Argentina, and offers a strategy for left development in response to failed progressivism.
Hamza Hamouchene and Katie Sandwell make the case for a just climate transition in the MENA region.
Rhiannon Maton draws lessons from the Rutgers strike, six months later.
Kim Moody writes about how we should understand the UAW strike against the backdrop of a larger wave.
Part two of Sean Larson’s reconstruction of the failed German Revolution of 1923, and the episode’s lessons for revolutionaries today.
Part one of Sean Larson’s reconstruction of the failed German Revolution of 1923, and the episode’s lessons for revolutionaries today.
Simon Pirani systematically takes on ecomodernist approaches to socialist strategy, which, he argues, are fundamentally antithetical to any left project.
Michael Roberts responds to Seth Ackerman’s sprawling critique of Robert Brenner.