Claudio Katz discusses right-wing President Javier Milei’s strategy, the emerging resistance against it and likely scenarios going forward.
Green Left’s Federico Fuentes sat down with Mariana Riscali, a leader of the Socialist Left Movement (MES) tendency inside Brazil’s radical left Socialism and Freedom Party (PSOL).
Israel claims to be the only democracy in the Middle East. The reality is different. Nachschon Amir, Mai Saif and Meredith Lawrence explain the myth behind Israeli 'democracy' and how it oppresses Palestinians.
Lai Ching-Te (William Lai) won Taiwan’s presidential election on January 13, with 40.5% of the vote, achieving a record third term for the incumbent Democratic Progressive Party, reports Alex Salmon.
United States President Joe Biden is losing support from progressive Jews and Arab Americans, while Black church leaders have issued a public call for a ceasefire, reports Barry Sheppard.
Neal Meyer a national leader of Bread & Roses (B&R), a caucus of Marxist activists in the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) speaks to Green Left’s Federico Fuentes about the recent rise in labour activism in the United States.
In the name of grassroots democracy and accountability, the people of Strasbourg are being given the opportunity to judge the performance of their local la France Insoumise deputy, Emmanuel Fernandes, reports Sarah Glynn.
The Nigerien government has decided to nationalise the operation of its drinking water, ending its contract with the French Veolia Group, reports Kerry Smith.
The military governments in Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger announced on January 28 that they would leave the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and have formed their own alliance, reports Al Mayadeen English.
As French President Emmanuel Macron’s government, under new Prime Minister Gabriel Attal, moves ever further to the right, a radical mass movement is again shaking the country, writes John Mullen.
In United States-occupied Puerto Rico, the movement for Palestinian liberation has been growing, reports Peoples Dispatch.
Guatemalan President Bernardo Arévalo, took office in the early hours of January 15, following delays caused by last-minute political maneuvers in the Guatemalan Congress, as opponents tried to attack the ruling party and undermine the president, reports Peoples Dispatch.