3 December 2016 | The Movement for Justice organized a mass protests at UK’s main immigration deportation center for women.
2 December 2016 | The Hungarian Revolution of 1956 is, so to speak, a “forgotten revolution.” Erased and banished from popular memory, it was a thorny subject for Soviet authorities and remains one for Western (...)
Juan ChingoPhilippe Alcoy
24 November 2016 | Continuing our series focusing on current works discussing modern-day imperialism, we take a look at Tony Norfield’s book, The City, which examines the role of London's financial center within the (...)
21 November 2016 | On November 19, 15,000 students protested against increasing university fees and the marketization of education.
Alejandra Ríos Claire Mery
18 October 2016 | The Deutsche Bank crisis shows that the contradictions which led to the crisis of 2007/8 are not over, and instead have become interlinked with the geopolitical tensions of the great (...)
29 September 2016 | “I’m going to rape you, then we’ll see if you keep filming the police.”
28 September 2016 | Elvis Kušljugić reports on a recent referendum held in the serbian autonomous region of Bosnia-Herzegovina and how it has revealed the weakening position of traditional nationalist elites (...)
23 September 2016 | Almost 60,000 refugees are stranded in Greece. There are first links to the radical left. An Interview mit Manos Skoufoglou, a leading member of the anticapitalist alliance ANTARSYA in (...)
18 September 2016 | The parliamentary elections of the state of Berlin take place today. Incumbent Mayor Michael Müller is up for reelection at the head of a coalition between the Social Democratic Party (SPD) and (...)
Klasse Gegen Klasse
6 August 2016 | Syriza and Podemos emerged in the context of a deep capitalist crisis. However, it has not taken long for both organizations to demonstrate their narrow (...)
Diego LotitoJosefina L. Martínez
23 July 2016 | Erdoğan has used the coup as an excuse for a drastic authoritarian turn. We interviewed Yunus Özgür, a young Turkish student who currently lives in Germany.
9 July 2016 | This is an interview with British economist Tony Norfield, who recently wrote The City: London and the Global Power of Finance. He discusses the economic outlook of the old imperialist power (...)
7 July 2016
29 June 2016 | British economist Michael Roberts writes about the immediate and long-term consequences of the Brexit.
29 June 2016 | After six months of frustrated negotiations, new elections failed to solve the political stalemate. The ‘Unidos Podemos’ coalition fared worse than expected.
Juan Cruz Ferre
28 June 2016 | The triumph of the Leave vote and the Brexit is, so far, the high point of the populist and anti-establishment movement in the core capitalist countries. Its consequences will be felt far beyond (...)
23 June 2016 | This incredible work of art is part of a magnificent photographic installation by dockworkers in Le Havre and the artist known as JR.
17 June 2016 | The latest on the resistance to the labor reforms in France.
17 June 2016 | The massive demonstration, with its fighting, combative atmosphere, was easily the largest mobilization against the government’s labor reform to take place in the last three (...)
16 June 2016 | The migration crisis has clearly shown the structural nature of racism and xenophobia in Europe. The Roma people are among the most oppressed in the continent; in France, there has been a rapid (...)
15 June 2016 | 'What if the French soccer team went on strike?' So went the June 10 editorial of pro-business French newspaper, Les Echos, giving away the writer’s confusion and shock at the persistence and (...)
15 June 2016 | Discrimination towards women has always had a significant place in AKP's brand of political Islam, yet young female workers are coming to the forefront of class struggle – as is the case with the (...)