Despite the recent success of Jordanian protests against austerity, the barriers to previous attempts to transform the country during the Arab Spring protests are still there.
Malaysians have ousted their corrupt prime minister and opened the door for fundamental reform.
The numbers don't show any growth in a gig economy. But that doesn't mean workers aren't poorly paid and insecure.
The whole immigration debate is built on a false premise. More people in the US means more resources for Americans — not less.
Being a teenager under neoliberalism can be hazardous to your mental health. Here are three ideas to make life as a teen a little less overwhelming.
Emmanuel Macron looks to have defeated France’s militant rail unions — where next for the movement against his reforms?
Shaun King on the importance of Bernie Sanders's lifelong dedication to anti-racist struggle, from the 1960s to today.
Cuba has a new president. No one knows how he plans to change Cuba — but it’s clear he’s got his work cut out for him.
Recent elections in Iraq show that the country's voters are tired of a political system that produces only corruption and inequality.
Rahm Emanuel’s “public-private partnership” with Elon Musk looks a lot like the parking meters privatization that still haunts Chicago. That’s no accident: such partnerships are massive giveaways to corporations.
Why do African teams struggle in the World Cup? It has everything to do with colonialism.
Trump might get all the attention, but South Korean president Moon Jae-in is the real key to securing peace on the peninsula.