Recent weeks have seen an unprecedented wave of protests against the Ecuadorian government and its neoliberal reforms - as well as brutal repression of the Left.
Socialist critics of the EU won't achieve a left-wing exit through a Tory deal which copperfastens neoliberal policies, argues Costas Lapavitsas.
Laura Pidcock discusses what it means to be working class, why the establishment is so afraid of class analysis and how a politics based on class can empower collective action.
The United Kingdom is unlikely to survive in its current form. Now is the time for socialists to imagine what comes next.
Boris Johnson can be beaten. We should have every confidence that we can do it. Fundamentally, the ground is slipping away from the Tories. And if we can drag them onto our economic terrain — on climate change, and ownership — we can win.
Gig economy profiteers, Tory privatisers and corporate union busters: meet the Royal Mail bosses leading the attack on the company's workers.
New books by veteran music writers Ian Penman and David Toop show that, at its best, there is no higher category than music journalism.
A new investigation reveals the true story behind one of the most famous photographs of the Second World War, and the socialist photographer who captured it.
Ahead of this weekend's Bolivian election, we publish an open letter from trade unionists, politicians and civil society figures supporting Evo Morales and opposing US intervention.
Boris Johnson's Brexit deal tears up protections for working people and opens the door for US-style deregulation. Labour should bury it, before it buries us.
Janet Mendelsohn's photographs of Balsall Heath, Birmingham, showed a new multicultural country coming into being. How do they look fifty years later?
The modern workplace is bad for our health. But the answer isn't corporate wellbeing courses - it's better working conditions.