After being stabbed in the back by the US — twice — the Rojava administration is left with little choice but to turn to Assad in the face of Turkey’s invasion.
The uprising against the convictions of Catalan leaders was predicted. But by rioting, parts of the independence movement has entered uncharted territory.
As we kill the idea that studying can only take place in institutions of higher education, we can bring to life new modes of learning and remaking the world together.
A group of international scholars, students, activists and organizers express their solidarity with the struggle of the Kurds and the people of northern Syria.
Can we find, in the “mental health crisis” in financialized universities, the seeds of radical refusal?
Latest episode of Richard Wolff’s “Economic Update” show, this week diving into the changing nature of socialism, from the 19th century to today.
The privatization of the bailiff system in Serbia has led to a surge in evictions — a new organization has formed to fight for housing justice.
Once again, an Indigenous and popular uprising in Ecuador has given light and hope to continental struggles for dignified life.
“The situation in Hong Kong is a climate of terror. You look at a lot of the frontline protesters who go and have written wills and carry the last testament with them into battle with the police. ”
International solidarity committees are calling everyone to the streets for a global day of action on October 12 against the Turkish invasion of northeastern Syria.
This statement by the Kurdish Women’s Movement in Europe puts Turkey’s attack on northeastern Syria in perspective and calls for international solidarity.
Between 2013 and 2018, there has been an unprecedented boom of claims against African countries. During these last six years, they received more claims than the previous 20 years combined.
New York is a city with close to a $100 billion dollar budget every year and one deputy mayor with some pretty creative plans for how to spend it. What can one city do?
Prof. Harvey continues his talk about the alienation of labor and capital and their relevance in helping us understand the relationships between politics and the economy.
In his new book, US-based activist Modibo Kadalie reveals a wealth of horizontalist Black history that white social ecologists tend to dismiss and overlook.
Latest episode of Richard Wolff’s “Economic Update” show, this week paying special attention to leftist and anti-left politics in the US today.
Tree planting is a tactic that must follow the vital work of protecting existing trees and reducing emissions, more often than not through direct action.
On September 26, 2014, 43 students were disappeared by Mexican police in collaboration with organized crime. To this day, their families are waiting for justice.
Despite efforts to craft a climate-friendly public image, Canada’s continued support for the fossil fuel industry highlights the hypocrisy of the current government.
Prof. Harvey talks about alienation of labor and capital and their relevance in helping us understand the relationships between politics and the economy.