The recent rebellion by the Wagner Private Military Company and its subsequent deal for amnesty has initiated a new dynamic in Russia's war on Ukraine and the opening of a crisis on Russia’s domestic front; write Israel Dutra and Federico Fuentes.
Russian socialist Ilya Matveev discusses the fallout of the recent armed rebellion led by Russian oligarch Yevgeny Prigozhin with Federico Fuentes.
Green Left journalists Isaac Nellist and Leo Earle go through the latest news from across the continent and around the world.
Derek Wall pays tribute to Peruvian revolutionary leader and pioneering ecosocialist Hugo Blanco, who died in London on June 25.
Rioting broke out in more than a dozen towns around France, following the police murder of teenager Nahel Merzouk, throwing President Emmanuel Macron's government into crisis, reports John Mullen.
Thousands of troops belonging to the Wagner Private Military Company, a mercenary force linked to the Russian regime, crossed back over the border from Ukraine and marched towards Moscow, on June 23. Russian leftist and former local councillor in Moscow, Alexandr Zamyatin explains why.
Phil Hearse explains how the global climate and migrant crises fuel fascism and war.
Finland and Sweden applied in May last year to join the NATO military alliance. Vijay Prashad looks at why Sweden's membership is being blocked.
Dick Nichols analyses the recent local and regional elections across the Spanish state.
At least 298 passengers who drowned after the Andriana capsized off the Greek coast on June 14 were from Pakistan. Farooq Sulehria looks behind this tragic loss of life.
Sozdar Dêrik, commander of the Kurdish Women's Protection Units (YPJ) speaks to Cristina Mas, in Barcelona.
Chris Slee reviews Yuliya Yurchenko’s book, Ukraine and the Empire of Capital. Published in 2018, it traces Ukraine's evolution since 1991, when the Soviet Union was dissolved and Ukraine became independent.