The Meaning of Orbán’s Reelection in Hungary
While Viktor Orbán’s Hungary will continue to represent a fulcrum for the most reactionary forces in Europe, the situation holds contradictions for the Hungarian regime — and for the entire European Union.
Philippe AlcoyApril 9, 2022
Socialists Should Not Support Imperialist Weapons Shipments to the Ukrainian Government
As war rages in Ukraine, NATO countries are sending billions of dollars’ worth of weapons to the Zelenskyy government. These weapons shipments are incredibly popular in Western countries — even among a sector of the Left.
Nathaniel FlakinApril 2, 2022
Prospects for the War One Month after Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine
The war in Ukraine has opened a panorama of crisis unprecedented in recent decades. It is necessary to confront this reactionary war by opposing both the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the warlike policy of NATO, from an anti-imperialist and internationalist perspective.
Claudia CinattiMarch 31, 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
Militarism, Imperialism, and Self-Determination: Marxist Debates on the War
During World War I, the Marxist movement had a rich debate on the questions of militarism, imperialism, and self-determination. Those discussions help inform some of the current issues around the war in Ukraine.
Josefina L. MartínezMarch 31, 2022
The War in Ukraine and Sanctions on Russia Are Driving Global Hunger
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine isn’t just harming the working class of both countries — it’s causing global food shortages.
Otto ForsMarch 25, 2022
President Zelenskyy Bans Opposition Parties in Ukraine
On Sunday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced a ban on at least 11 opposition parties under the guise that they have links to Russia. This amounts to censorship, and is stirring up even more Russophobia.
Juan Andrés GallardoMarch 21, 2022
Seize the Assets of Russian Oligarchs — And of U.S. Oligarchs Too
Russian billionaires own big swathes of New York City and London. Politicians are saying these mansions and penthouses should be seized. A great idea — but why only apply it to Russian billionaires?
Nathaniel FlakinMarch 21, 2022
The Challenge of an Independent Anti-Imperialist Policy in Ukraine: A Response to Achcar and Kouvélakis
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has provoked considerable discussion about what a consistent anti-imperialist policy should look like today. It is a debate of tremendous importance.
Juan ChingoMarch 20, 2022