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No Tears for Racist War Criminals

We don't mourn the loss of George H.W. Bush. Here is why.

Tatiana Cozzarelli

December 1, 2018

Nagle Is Wrong: There Is No Left Case Against Open Borders

Angela Nagle and other reformists are wrong. The “left case” against open borders ignores imperialism and functions on the false premise that capitalists want to open the borders.

Jimena Vergara

November 30, 2018

Whither Korea?

After the Singapore meeting between Trump and Kim Jong-un, questions loom large. What is the path ahead for North Korea? What chances are there for a lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula? South Korean socialists weigh in.

Young-ik Choi

July 24, 2018

Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Dystopia

What is the structural basis for Trump's anti-immigrant dystopia? How are anti-immigrant policies rooted in US imperialist relations with Mexico?

Bárbara Funes

June 25, 2018

Disaster Colonialism in Puerto Rico

More than seven months after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Ricans are still reeling — not only from the power outages and water shortages caused by the storm but also from the ruthless austerity measures imposed the U.S. Government. However, the people of the island are beginning to organize, fight back and determine their vision for a new Puerto Rico.

Héctor Reyes

April 21, 2018

The Movement Against Gun Violence at a Crossroads

In Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, New York, Boston and other major cities across the U.S., hundreds of thousands of people, mostly youth, demonstrated against gun violence in schools. The movement stands at a crossroads: strengthen the police state and the Democratic party or embrace an independent program against state violence.

Jimena Vergara

March 25, 2018

From the U.S. “War on Terrorism” to Anticipating Conflict between World Powers

A departure from decades-long US policy reframes global instability outside of the terms of terror and opens a penumbra of new geopolitics.

Claudia Cinatti

February 2, 2018

Shifting Relations Between Turkey and the U.S. and the State of the Turkish Left

Left Voice recently spoke with Foti Benlisoy of Başlangıç Dergisi, a socialist organization in Turkey, to discuss the political context and changing dynamics between Turkey and the U.S. in the wake of upcoming elections.

Foti Benlisoy

January 4, 2018

Puerto Rico: Drowning in Debt While Capitalists Swim in Profits

In an interview with Left Voice, Francisco J. Fortuño Bernier describes on-the-ground organizing and conditions in Puerto Rico, considering the political implications of disaster capitalism’s greed, U.S. imperialist neglect, and the devastation wrought by two destructive hurricanes.