If the former Brazilian president returns to office this fall, the countries with the largest economies in the region will all be governed by left-wing leaders for the first time in history.
If Hong Kongers once hoped they could create their own future, that dream was crushed in June 2020. Deacon Lui’s work is about the uncertainty of how to move forward.
Matt and Sam dig into the origins of the Christian right, its eventual embrace of anti-abortion politics, and how it joined forces with the GOP.
As much as organizers might wish for strategic unity, movements are diverse and messy formations that involve both inside and outside politics.
If there’s a lesson to be derived from Gary Dorrien’s account of American socialism, it’s that the movement’s open participation in and with the broad democratic left benefits the socialist cause.
Ahead of this month’s parliamentary elections, the French left has reemerged as the primary opposition to the president.
Some professors are speaking out against sanctions, which they say are punishing antiwar academics twice.
A conversation with Ilya Budraitskis on how the invasion of Ukraine has transformed Russian society.
Eric Li, a Western-educated venture capitalist, now plays an important role in the media ecosystem of state-aligned nationalism.
Workers at a division of games conglomerate Activision Blizzard shocked the industry by becoming one of the first collective bargaining units in U.S. gaming.
Two recent memoirs by writers born under communism in Eastern Europe reflect on ideas central to the left: cosmopolitanism and socialism.
Peter, Rhiannon, and Michael of the 5-4 podcast discuss the impending end of Roe v. Wade—and how the right used the courts to achieve its aims.