Even after the pandemic shock is over, the world will still be stuck with the protracted crisis of over-production, which had engulfed it well before
Protests across Denmark were organized by the Communist Party between June 9-13 against the government providing financial aid to foreign companies operating from tax havens as part of the COVID-19 relief packages
Yanis Varoufakis writes about receiving a call from Julian Assange, who is in Belmarsh prison awaiting a hearing in an extradition appeal by the US.
Why are there so many people in the United States who understand they have nothing to lose? Why are hundreds of thousands in the streets willing to risk infection and arrests, in order to join the protests?
Anti-imperialist organizations launch an online poster exhibition around the concept of capitalism
Vijay Prashad, Executive Director of Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research, talks to Roger Waters of Pink Floyd on the crisis of capitalism and the need to fight for a better world. Roger Waters talks about the death of activist Ramona Medina in Buenos Aires, poverty and access to water and the responsibility we have to future generations.
Vijay Prashad talks to Brasil de Fato on the nature of the crisis COVID-19 has brought, the obscene structural discrimination and loot that characterize capitalism, and the path before the Left during and after these times
It is clear that the policies of the “last four decades”, which means the neo-liberal policies characteristic of the current era of globalization, have got to be changed
Richard Kozul-Wright explains why these challenges need to be addressed at once in a transformative agenda
On May 21, migrant agricultural workers across Italy are set to strike in protest over the new immigration rules announced by the government. These rules – offering only six month permits for workers in limited sectors – fall far short of what has been demanded
Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research and the International Week of Anti-imperialist Struggle launch a call for Anti-imperialist Posters
Post-lockdown mass migration disproves tall talk about India emerging as an “economic superpower” or a “$5 trillon economy”, as its villages continue to be the “sink” to which distressed urban workers return