What Is Class Struggle Unionism?
Joe Burns’ new Class Struggle Unionism comes at a key time. That’s because the long-slumbering union movement looks like it could be starting to stir again.
Jason KoslowskiJuly 17, 2022
Feminism and Communism: A Debate with Silvia Federici
Communes or communism? A debate with autonomism and the work of Silvia Federici, from the perspective of socialist feminism.
Josefina L. MartínezJuly 17, 2022
Once Again on the Debates Regarding the War in Ukraine
It has been more than a month since the start of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. What should an independent political position of internationalist revolutionary socialists consist of?
Matías MaielloMarch 31, 2022
Who Was Abimael Guzmán, the Founder of the Shining Path Party in Peru?
On September 11, the founder and messianic leader of the Maoist party Shining Path died in prison at the age of 86. Guzmán’s group carried out a guerrilla war against the Peruvian state in the 1980s and 1990s. What was Shining Path’s strategy, and how did it impact the Peruvian Left?
José RojasSeptember 25, 2021
Protests in Cuba: Between Imperialist Cynicism and the One-Party Regime
The current situation in Cuba, marked by demonstrations as a result of a deep economic and social crisis on the island, has opened important debates on the Left. Ultimately, a workers’ democracy — not a one-party state — is necessary to achieve socialism.
Farid ReyesJuly 16, 2021