Members of the United Automobile Workers (UAW) are striking against major US-owned car manufacturers, as they negotiate for lost wages and conditions and job security in a radically changing industry, reports Malik Miah.
Katti Jisuk Seo, a young Korean-German woman, told a Sydney protest against Japan's dumping of radioactive contaminated wastewater that the danger posed to marine life and the food chain is unacceptable, reports Peter Boyle.
The Cuban government has denounced the participation of its citizens in Russia’s war on Ukraine, as it revealed the discovery of a human trafficking ring seeking to entice or trick Cubans into joining the war effort, reports Federico Fuentes.
Leo Earle interviewed former political exile, LGBTQ activist and presidential advisor, Bella Galhos, on a recent visit to Timor Leste.
Tens of thousands poured into the streets of New York City, on September 17, for the largest climate mobilisation in the United States in years, reports Jake Johnson.
In the second part of our interview, Austrian Marxist Michael Pröbsting, author of The Great Robbery of the South and Anti-Imperialism in the Age of Great Power Rivalry, discusses his views on anti-imperialism in the 21st century with Green Left’s Federico Fuentes.
In the first part of our interview, Austrian Marxist Michael Pröbsting, author of The Great Robbery of the South and Anti-Imperialism in the Age of Great Power Rivalry, discusses his views on imperialism in the 21st century with Green Left’s Federico Fuentes.
Growing fears that an incident — deliberate or otherwise — could occur at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant have prompted calls for a United Nations resolution to demilitarise the area around it, reports Federico Fuentes.
Kanyanatt Kalfagiannis, spokesperson for the Australian Alliance for Thai Democracy, spoke to Green Left's Peter Boyle about the recent deal done to keep the popular Move Forward party out of government, following recent elections.
While Luis Rubiales' resignation is a victory for the campaign against sexual harassment in Spanish sport, the case continues to shake up Spanish society, reports Dick Nichols.
Joviana Guterres works for justice and rights for women victims of past violations of human rights in Timor Leste. She spoke to Green Left’s Coral Wynter and Jim McIlroy during their recent visit to the capital, Dili.
Canada's fires have already burned more than eight million hectares of land, severely impacting Indigenous communities already struggling to protect their land, reports Jeff Shantz.
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