Learning The Lessons From Bolivia

By Richard Burgon MP, Labour Outlook. -

I want to pass on my congratulations to new President Luis Arce, to Evo Morales and to the whole Movement Towards Socialism (MAS). And I would like to pay special tribute to the heroic [...]

Fascist Culture, Critical Pedagogy, And Resistance In Dark Times

By Henri Giroux, Counterpunch. -

Across the globe, democratic institutions such as the independent media, schools, the legal system, certain financial institutions, and higher education are under siege. The promise, if not [...]

A New Revolutionary Alternative For The People Of Venezuela

By Ben Lunn and Paul Dobson, Venezuelanalysis. -

For many on the left in Britain and within the heart of the global capitalist system, Venezuela has been an example of staunch opposition to US and Nato imperialism, with a broad collection of [...]

The Magical Thinking Of Reformism

By Dylan Rodriguez, Abolition for the People. -

Reform is best understood as a logic rather than an outcome: an approach to institutional change that sustains existing social, economic, political, and/or legal systems, including but not [...]

Say Racism’s Name, And Fight It With Solidarity

By Danny Haiphong, Black Agenda Report. -

The instability of Trump’s presidency and the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement have upset the U.S. power structure. White supremacist groups such as the Proud Boys and the Boogaloo [...]

Lessons Of The Rebellion: #BlackLivesMatter And Beyond

By Arthur Pye, Popular Resistance. -

The experiences of the George Floyd Rebellion continue to provide invaluable lessons for the coming period. As November quickly approaches and the nation faces a possible constitutional crisis, [...]

Another Apocalypse Is Possible

By Srećko Horvat, ROAR Magazine. -

Everyone speaks about the Apocalypse as if it means “the end of the world.” But, if we really want to grasp the complexity of the contemporary threats that are leading to mass extinction, we [...]

Liberalism And Fascism: Partners In Crime

By Gabriel Rockhill, Counterpunch. -

Time and again we hear that liberalism is the last bulwark against fascism. It represents a defense of the rule of law and democracy in the face of aberrant, malevolent demagogues intent on [...]

For An Egalitarian, Cooperative Road To An Ecosocialist Future

By Green Left, Socialist Project. -

We are in the midst of a climate emergency and there is no way out without radically changing the way society is organized. If humanity does not free itself from the capitalist drive for ever [...]

Anatomy Of A Counter-Insurgency

By Martin Schoots-McAlpine, MR Online. -

While the initial uprising was ferocious in its explosive anger and militancy, within just three weeks the protests seem to have been channeled largely into the decidedly less militant demand of [...]

The Way Forward For NYU Graduate Students

By International Youth and Students for Social Equality at New York University, WSWS.org. -

Since July, the Graduate Student Organizing Committee (GSOC), which is affiliated with the United Auto Workers (UAW) union and has over 2,000 graduate workers as members at New York University, [...]

Vandalizing The Post Office

By Larry Cohen, Democracy Journal. -

Undermining democracy to win elections and protect investors and property interests in the United States is well documented and has been a consistent part of our history. However, Donald Trump’s [...]

Why Anarchism Is Dangerous

By Dana Ward and Paul Messersmith-Glavin, Anarchist Agency. -

Anarchists frighten privileged elites and their authoritarian followers not simply because the primary goals of the movement have been to abolish the sources of elite power – the state, [...]

Six Reflections On The Abolitionist Strike At The University Of Michigan

Both within and outside of the frameworks of “permissive” bargaining, the desire and urgency to create a world centered around care cannot be granted by a university or union bureaucracy. [...]

How Progressives Could Still Win The 21st Century

By Yanis Varoufakis, The Correspondent. -

Our era will be remembered for the triumphant march of authoritarianism in whose wake the vast majority of humanity have experienced unnecessary hardship and the planet’s ecosystem has suffered [...]