Christy Thornton reports from Mexico on Andrés Manuel López Obrador's victory in Sunday's election and reflects on the forces lined up to oppose his agenda.
DSA member and campaign volunteer Susan Kang explains how Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez beat the Queens Machine.
Right-wing Uribe protégé Iván Duque is the next president of Colombia, but the Colombian left also had its most impressive turnout in history.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's victory as an open critic of the Israeli Occupation may be a new bellwether in American politics.
Focussing on the Indian government's counterinsurgency operations against Maoists in Bastar, Nandini Sundar examines how formal democracy works to subvert popular power.
An interview with Rossana Rossanda on the Italian elections and the future of the Italian left.
In this wide-ranging interview, Castellina addresses the Italian elections, the past and future of the communist left, and contemporary struggles of workers and women.
Chantal Mouffe argues that Jeremy Corbyn represents the success of left populism.
The anxiety that swirls around Cambridge Analytica reveals a deeper crisis in the private, individualist conception of democracy.
Pasokification isn’t the only neologism to come out of the Greek experience of the recent years. What followed Pasokification was Syrizification, and this process proved at least equally devastating in terms of its consequences.