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The Prerevolutionary Elements of the Yellow Vest Uprising

The spontaneous uprising of the “Gilets Jaunes” (Yellow Vests) shows that we are facing a transitional situation. Cracks are opening at the top, allowing the anger of the mass movement to enter the scene and creating a prerevolutionary situation in France

Juan Chingo

December 5, 2018

Repression and Resistance in Putin’s Russia: Hundreds Detained in Protests Against Rigged Elections

Protests are repressed and opposition leaders jailed in Putin's Russia.

Marisela Trevin

January 29, 2018

The Struggle for Water in Mexicali

A brewery steals the drinking water of people living in the valleys of Baja California, Mexico. It’s yet another imperialist oppression that Mexicans constantly face.

Óscar Fernández

January 29, 2018

Thousands Protest Trump in Second Annual Women’s March

The Second Annual Women’s March occurred yesterday in cities across the U.S. with over a million participants voicing anger against attacks from the Trump administration.

Left Voice

January 21, 2018

The Sigh of the Oppressed in Iran

Protesters in Iran express outrage at economic conditions, a testament to a failed domestic agenda of neoliberalism and privatization.

Mohammad Tootkaboni

January 8, 2018

Iran Protests: Is the Islamic Regime Coming to an End?

The protests against the Islamic Republic in Iran have taken on a mass character. These demonstrations are a spark of hope for workers and oppressed peoples in the Middle East. What should the Iranian government be expecting?

Baran Serhad

January 7, 2018

How to Kill a Bill: Mass Protests Stall Unpopular Pension Reform in Argentina

An attempt to reform the pension system in Argentina elicits vigorous popular rejection. After a brief spring following October elections, Mauricio Macri’s right wing government faces the deepest crisis and most concerted opposition since he took office in 2015.

Juan C

December 19, 2017

What’s Going on in Honduras?

Tensions in Honduras have reached a boiling point after the November 26 presidential elections. The Central American nation is now in the midst of its biggest political crisis since the U.S.-sponsored coup d'état in 2009.

Ximena Goldman

December 6, 2017