Ashley Smith assesses the Biden Administration’s response to the recent wave of Haitian refugees and finds 200 years of racist history playing out in a south Texas border crossing.
brian bean analyzes the refusal of several socialist elected officials to oppose Israel’s settler colonialism and discusses implications for socialist strategy.
Emma Wilde Botta and Natalia Tylim argue that the October 2 Women’s March was a missed opportunity to build a socialist defense of abortion rights.
Tempest Collective members reflect on the ten year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street.
Bill Mullen reviews the newly published novel by Richard Wright,The Man Who Lived Underground.
Marx 21, the revolutionary socialist network within the German Left Party, Die Linke, provides its analysis of the September elections in Germany.
Tara Olivetree Ehrcke analyzes Canada’s recent snap election and why so little was on offer for the Left and social movements.
Moira Geary explains why abortion rights are facing their most dire setback to date and what socialists can do to defend them.
Paul Figueroa analyzes the state of settler colonialism and disaster capitalism obstructing self-determination for Puerto Rico four years after Hurricane Maria.
Kim Moody responds to Eric Blanc’s piece on the origins of the Labour Party and “the dirty break.”
Thomas Hummel elaborates on the ecological and political implications of the most recent IPCC report.
Tempest Collective members reflect on the ten-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street.
Daniel Randall and David Renton engage in a dialogue about antisemitism and the crisis in the British Labour Party, while trying to draw out some of the lessons for the internationalist Left.
Tempest report and video from September 12, 2021 Rally in defense of abortion rights.
Joe Allen interviews Ian Allinson on the recent Unite the Union election in the U.K.