As German elections loom this Sunday, cracks may be starting to show in Merkel’s radical centrist reign.
Die Linke MEP Fabio De Masi on why Germany’s fragmented electorate will return Angela Merkel to office this Sunday.
Izquierda Unida MP Alberto Garzón debates the Catalan independence referendum with the CUP’s Pau Llonch.
By all appearances, tomorrow’s election in New Zealand could sweep a young, energetic left into power. But appearances are deceiving.
Podemos MP Manolo Monereo discusses the road from Spain’s political crisis to the standoff over Catalan independence.
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Rebutting the latest anti–Medicare for All nonsense.
Bernie Sanders has introduced his long-anticipated Medicare-for-All bill. Where do things now stand in the long fight for health care justice?
The Medicare-for-All movement needs a goal that will help broaden its base and inspire the next big push. A national march could do just that.
Our new edition is about climate change, but climate change isn’t just an issue to talk about every few years.
Centrist solutions to climate change are both impotent and dangerous.
From its inception, Equifax has helped make discrimination a cornerstone of the American economy.
In India, Modi’s Hindu nationalist BJP is consolidating its power through vigilante violence, censorship, and state repression.
In 1932, Ireland’s Catholic and Protestant workers united in a communist-led rebellion. That instant of radical solidarity holds lessons for Irish politics today.
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The effects of climate change are already upon us. Here’s what the 2020s and 2030s will look like if we fail to change things.
The Left can’t allow itself to be consumed by debates about antifa. We need a proactive program and patient organizing.
Once upon a time, typesetters’ unions were strong and militant. But they failed to keep up as technology transformed the industry.
In the coming crisis, inequality will kill as many people as storms do.
Juggalos are marching on Washington tomorrow — and the Left should support them.
James Burnham mutated from firebrand revolutionary to National Review co-editor, and today he is getting a second life all over the conservative press.