Alejandra Dinegro Martínez is a Sociologist at the Universidad Mayor de San Marcos, teaching Social Politics as well a researched on labor issue, a columnist, and political analyst. Translated by Dan La […]
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Any attempt to address the electoral issue in Puerto Rico from a socialist perspective must begin by pointing out the limits of the electoral process in the island. It is important to […]
Mass protests against Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko are entering their fourth month. After several weeks of toying with a softer image, the state is ramping up repression. Siarhei Biareishyk is a Visiting […]
Valerio Arcary explains how the Party for Socialism and Freedom (PSOL) ticket headed by Homeless Workers Movement leader Guilherme Boulos and his running mate, historic feminist and leftist leader Luiza Erundina, stunned […]
Nicole Kleinheisterkamp González and Tamara Ortega Uribe: Chile after the plebiscite, part 1 – Pinochet’s Constitution.
Over the last half century, Chile has run the gamut from one of the world most original experiments in popular democracy and grassroots socialism during the government of Salvador Allende to the […]
On Sunday, November 15, millions of Brazilians will take to the polls in municipal elections across the country. Coming just days after Donald Trump’s defeat in the United States, all eyes will […]
Valerio Arcary is the author of several books including O Martelo de História (History’s Hammer) and a leader in the Resistência current of the Party for Socialism and Freedom in Brazil. This commentary was first […]
In this article, Michael Löwy defends the original Marxist project against the pro-Stalinist criticisms of the Slovenian philosopher, Slavoj Žižek Michael Löwy is director of research at the Centre National pour la […]
Interviewer’s note: Hong Kong’s protest movement has seen a major setback with the introduction of the National Security Laws in July. In this atmosphere, continuing to archive, analyze, and humanize the political choices protestors made […]
November 15 and 29 will see two rounds of municipal elections across Brazil and will provide a snapshot of the strength of far-right President Jair Bolsonaro’s administration alongside the centrist and left-wing […]