If anything reflected Bernie Neville’s view on the working class, it was his often-repeated phrase: “No surrender!” Dave Riley reflects on the life of a militant unionist.
What began as a calm morning on on September 23 soon turned into a terrifying ordeal in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, when Iranian missiles rained down across the region, reports Marcel Cartier.
Mat Ward looks back at September's political news and the best new music that related to it.
Climate change is disrupting and harming our lives, writes Tamara Pearson, so we need to disrupt and force change.
Community opposition to the secret AUKUS nuclear submarine deal is growing. Kerry Smith reports.
Along with widespread food insecurity, South Africans also experience “energy poverty”, making it difficult for them to cover other costs such as food, rent, and clothing, reports Vashna Jagarnath.
The Modi government is keen to fashion the Adani Group as a spear of influence, however its renewables story cannot hide the fact that its core business remains thermal coal mining, gas distribution and transportation, argues Binoy Kampmark.
The campaign against multinational Viva Energy's gas import terminal in Corio Bay is gathering momentum. Sue Bull reports.
Nearly 80% of Chileans voted to draft a new constitution, but less than two years later, about 62% chose to reject the draft in a plebiscite on September 4. Ana Zorita explains why.
Any call for a republic that is disconnected from addressing the very real social and ecological crises will not be enough, argues Sam Wainwright.
The Australian Lawyers Alliance has renewed calls to decriminalise cannabis use, saying Victorian Labor must shift away from law enforcement and punishment. Kerry Smith reports.
Luna Michaels talks about the struggle for democracy and an end to absolute monarchy in Swaziland.
Nilüfer Koç discusses the country-wide protests against the torture and killing of Mahsa (Jina) Amini.
Anti*Capitalist Resistance editorial board member Dave Kellaway analyses the result of Italy's election.
Suzanne James asks why the Australian Football League is so racist and, with clubs raking in billions in multi-stream revenue, why are taxpayers funding them?
A cycle of protests began in Haiti in July 2018, and, despite the pandemic, has carried on since then, writes Vijay Prashad.