Landscape Kliun
Costas Lapavitsas & Nicolás Aguila — The present condition of the capitalist order should be understood as a Gramscian interregnum, when “the old is dying and the new cannot be born.”
Members of the gendarmerie in the chamber of the National Assembly after expelling opposition MPs opposing the vote cancelling the 2024 presidential election – Dakar, 5 February
Florian Bobin discusses the deepening crisis in Senegal, including the repression and bloodshed of the last few years, efforts to unseat the president and the prospect for a radical left alternative emerging in the country.
Free the Badgaon23
Manoj Manzil, Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation central committee member and MLA from Agiaon constituency in Bihar, together with 22 other comrades have been convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment in a politically motivated murder case.
Maitreyi Krishnan — As we approach International Women’s Day, we look back at the manner in which the rights of women have been trampled on by the Modi Government over the last 10 years.
International Womens Day
Parti Sosialis Malaysia — International Women’s Day allows us to reflect on the progress made towards empowering women and to call for action to overcome the challenges that still exist in achieving gender equality in all aspects of life.
PLM government of masa
Partido Lakas ng Masa — There is an urgent need to put forward a socialist and feminist perspective today given the multiple crises of capitalism that plague society and pose existential threats on several fronts.
Ammar Ali Jan
Ammar Ali Jan discusses Pakistan's recent elections, the role Imran Khan and his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party play in Pakistani politics, and his campaign as the Haqooq-e-Khalq Party’s first election candidate.
Dipankar Bhattacharya outlines how fascism in India has found an ideological and strategic role model in Israel, while Ananya Wilson-Bhattacharya notes that by refusing to load Israeli weapons, Indian workers are rebuking the colonial ideologies of Zionism and Hindu nationalism.
Hafsa Kanjwal delves into the complexities of India’s settler-colonial politics in Kashmir and illuminates the similarities and differences between India’s, Israel's and Russia’s long projects of occupation of Kashmir, Palestine and Ukraine, respectively.
European parliamentary candidate Fabrice Leggeri and MP Edwige Diaz during a meeting to launch the RN’s campaign for the upcoming European elections in Marseille on March 3, 2024.
David Broder — With ex-Frontex chief Fabrice Leggeri running for the Rassemblement National in the EU elections, boundaries between mainstream institutional politics and the far right seem ever more blurred.
Santiago Abascal and Tucker Carlson
Nora Rodríguez & Miquel Ramos — After its poor results in the last general elections in Spain, Vox has embarked on a new international tour in a bid to reassure its partners.
Battle of Vinegar Hill
Duroyan Fertl — Australia’s Battle of Vinegar Hill shook the colony to its core: a reaction that can only be understood in the context of the years immediately preceding it, both in Sydney, and in Ireland.