A roundtable discussion on the challenges that left-wing political formations face around the world.
The defeat of hardline national-Catholic rule was welcomed with euphoria by the big-tent opposition. The outcome for the Polish left is more ambiguous.
The Mexican president has built his durable popularity by combining traditionally left- and right-wing policies and positions.
After months of political battle, Bernardo Arévalo has become the president of Guatemala. His winning campaign was built on attacking the corruption of the institutions that tried to keep him from office.
The British Labour Party’s hopes rest on the belief that a combination of green industrial policy and supply-side reform can cure British economic malaise. Is this a fairy tale?
The African American perfectionists offered “faith” instead of “hope”—emphasizing the struggle to realize a vision of justice rather than passive assurance that it would prevail.
Bernstein used his status as a public figure both to popularize classical music and to support civil rights, the antiwar movement, and other political causes.
Matt and Sam explore how movement conservatives—and their think tanks—are preparing for a second Trump administration.
The Israeli left after October 7.
Marvel Studios has managed to recruit fans into rooting not just for its superheroes, but for the company’s business plan.
An interview with Deepak Bhargava and Stephanie Luce.
There is no such thing as “the global left”—but we should still talk about it anyway. Introducing our Winter 2024 special section.
South Africa’s willingness to file a case with the International Court of Justice is a sign that the old tactics used to police discourse about genocide have lost much of their power.
Matt and Sam are joined by historian Kim Phillips-Fein to discuss historical scholarship on American conservatism. How has the study of the right changed since 2016? And how should the field orient itself to 2024?
In the 1990s, neoliberalism was a kind of utopian program. What remains after the crises of the twenty-first century?