Josep Almudéver, the last surviving International Brigader to Spain, passed away earlier this week aged 101. We republish one of his final interviews on the global significance of the struggle against fascism.
Four years after Rafael Correa’s successor Lenín Moreno abandoned the Citizen Revolution for neoliberalism, Ecuador’s Left is back. We speak to presidential frontrunner Andrés Arauz ahead of this weekend’s election.
Former Bolivian president Evo Morales on his rise to power, the coup which overthrew his government – and why today’s election is a fight to restore popular sovereignty.
After losing this month’s election, Bolivia’s opposition turned to timeworn allegations of fraud. But the real reason they lost was the enduring popularity of Evo Morales’ left-wing reforms.
As radical left forces were suffering defeats across Europe in the recent elections, the Belgian Workers’ Party secured historic gains with a clear message of class politics.