An interview with Marcia Chatelain, the author of Franchise—a book about how “stateless people found some comfort in a corporation.”
La llegada de AMLO a la presidencia generó sentimientos de esperanza, entusiasmo y renovación en México. Hoy, hay una creciente inquietud de que su gobierno no es capaz de realizar los cambios que los mexicanos necesitan urgentemente.
Big Thief makes protest music for a moment when even language, even stories, even voices, have betrayed us.
No one has the stomach to burn out the tongues of blasphemers anymore, even if some remain too ornery to admit it. Perhaps breaking free of liberalism is harder than it looks.
E.J. Dionne on his new book Code Red and the power of “visionary gradualism.”
If they can disrupt the supply chain, Amazon workers could transform an industry that constitutes one of the commanding heights of the twenty-first-century economy.
Join Jedediah Britton-Purdy, Aziz Rana, and Alyssa Battistoni for the launch of our Winter 2020 issue.
The Green New Deal is a wager that more democracy, rather than less, is the way to tackle climate change.
Venezuela is undergoing a rentier-capitalist implosion, made worse by imperial intervention, violent domestic right-wing opposition, and the fusion of the interests of the state and capitalists within the Maduro regime.
Venezuela’s communal network was supposed to deliver economic and political autonomy. But international commodity markets and the power of the state have undermined these goals.
Because anti-imperialist discourse in Latin America serves short-term political purposes, the latter-day defenders of Chavismo have little interest in studying the political dynamics and concrete geostrategic interests behind really existing empire.
The reconstruction of the left can only begin with a forthright accounting of where governments that claim to be a part of the left have failed.