The ongoing strike at York University highlights the crucial role of militants in the labor movement.
Are graduate students workers? This month, Illinois grad students answered that question using labor’s oldest weapon: the strike.
Resignation, not hope, was the big winner in Italy’s general election.
As Germany’s natalist far right rises, a growing progressive movement is challenging the country’s Nazi-era abortion laws.
The US, not Russia, pioneered the use of state-sponsored social media manipulation.
With a tightening labor market, CEOs are chasing after the same workers they once derided as unemployable.
Four years ago, Tony Benn's politics were pronounced dead along with him. Now they reign.
Workers on strike in UK universities said no to a bad deal yesterday — and they’re prepared for the long haul.
Seventy years ago, a popular revolution swept the Communist Party to power in Czechoslovakia. It quickly proved to be a hidden coup.
For more than four years, Pinochet’s air force was paralyzed by 3,000 Scottish workers who refused to service its planes.
Striking UK lecturers can still win the fight for their pensions — and reclaim their union.
The US political system is set up to limit the influence of the poor. Why should we blame them when it does exactly that?