The hundreds of U.S. military bases scattered across the globe might seem like small, unimportant dots on a map, but they are the foundation of the U.S. Empire today.
We’re joined by AFA President Sara Nelson, whose leadership of flight attendants and calls for a general strike helped end the government shutdown.
How the climate movement learned to play politics.
The latest numbers on union membership in the public and private sectors are not pretty.
American conservatives have entered a crisis decades in the making, and they’re taking the rest of us down with them. What’s happening to the right? Timothy Shenk, Corey Robin, and Julia Ott will discuss, this Saturday in New York.
Reliance on resource rents keeps Latin American countries stuck in relations of dependency and undermines the core leftist goal of equality. The left must find another way.
The Stansted 15 faced heavy charges for preventing a flight from deporting migrants from the UK. They avoided jail time, but the practices they protested are still in place.
How did “national liberation” become a rallying cry in what was once the world’s largest empire?
What did the L.A. teachers win? UTLA bargaining committee chair Arlene Inouye joins us to talk about the contract.
Xi Jinping has consolidated power to a degree not seen since the days of Mao. But the rigid system over which he presides may be more fragile than it seems.
Thousands of asylum seekers living in shelters at the U.S.-Mexico border face an uncertain future. Thousands more are heading north. A report from Tijuana.
Today’s backlash against intellectual life cannot simply be written off as a popular celebration of mindlessness.