Argentina’s far-right libertarian president warns in Davos, “the West is in danger”

The Argentine president also said that “socialism is an impoverishing model that failed”, blamed the economic crisis on “radical feminism” and denied climate change.

Can capitalism solve the environmental crisis?

On the third day of the International Dilemmas of Humanity conference, participants discussed how to address the environmental crisis from a socialist perspective and issues of human dignity

International Association of Health Policy Europe Capitalism is the greatest threat to public health, warn researchers and activists

During the opening of the 19th conference of the International Association of Health Policy Europe, academics and activists warned that capitalism remains biggest threat to human and planetary health

Mariah Parker: Why democracy is not possible under capitalism

Stop Cop City activist, labor organizer, and rapper Mariah Parker uses the experiences of people’s movements to illustrate why capitalism is inherently undemocratic

What are the Dilemmas of Humanity today?

We bring you glimpses from the first day of the Dilemmas of Humanity: Pan African Dialogues to Build Socialism conference that is currently underway in South Africa. Delegates from across the continent are deliberating on the crisis of capitalism and the socialist alternatives of our time

Dilemmas of Humanity “There can be no justice until capitalism is removed from the Earth”

As the ‘Dilemmas of Humanity: Pan African Dialogues to Build Socialism’ conference kicks off in South Africa, peoples’ movements and organizations have convened to discuss concrete strategies for a united struggle against the violence of capitalism and imperialism 

Charting a Socialist path for Africa

200 delegates from political parties and people’s movements have gathered for the “Dilemmas of Humanity: Pan African Dialogues to Build Socialism” conference. The delegates talk about why this conference is important and the socialist path forward for the challenges faced by the continent

Africa’s path to socialism

200 delegates from 40 organizations are gathering in South Africa for the “Dilemmas of Humanity: Pan African Dialogues to Build Socialism” conference. For the next four days, progressive movements and organizations will discuss the challenges posed by capitalism, and articulate the socialist way forward

Operation Dudula South Africa South Africa’s social movements lead resistance to organized xenophobia and state inaction

Since 2021, a ‘vigilante’ group called Operation Dudula has carried out actions targeting people perceived to be foreign nationals. A group of social movements, including the militant shack dwellers’ movement Abahlali baseMjondolo (AbM), have gone to court against Operation Dudula and the alleged complicity of the South African state

The world economy is changing—the people know, but their leaders don’t

China has been able to mobilize many other nations to resist and oppose United States and G7 policies in various global forums. The source of China’s remarkable economic growth—and the key to BRICS countries’ now successful challenge to the G7’s global economic dominance—has been its hybrid economic model

De-globalization Why so-called ‘de-globalization’ doesn’t count much

As long as global finance capital flow is unrestricted, there won’t be elbow room for any progressive state intervention

Economy must be ‘at service of life’: resisting debt and neocolonialism in Africa 

A dossier and accompanying discussion hosted by the Tricontinental Institute for Social Research interrogates the vicious cycle of debt rooted in neocolonial extraction that continues to trap countries across the African continent