The question remains: If Neoliberalism comes back, what to do? And now: Who will face it? Which social forces are able to challenge it?
Evo Morales will most likely be re-elected today because he is a better alternative than his neoliberal predecessors and their contemporary counterparts
This past summer, the BRICS countries—Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa—created an alternative to the largely U.S. controlled World Bank and International Monetary Fund
The country has widely reported problems, but improvements in income and conditions for many workers mean a lot of Brazilians have done well over the past decade
Wall Street woke up feeling a little sad this morning, for its favorite candidate in Brazil’s presidential election, Marina Silva, placed third
Brazilians are now facing choices whose repercussions will be felt for decades
The demands and desires of those that may end up voting for Marina are legitimate, and the left would do well to think about how they could win over this natural ally to supporting a genuine proposal for change
Born into a poor, mixed-race Amazon family, Marina Silva is on the verge of a stunning election win after taking over her party
Can the BRICS wrest control of the global economy from the United States and Europe, or will their internal contradictions tear them apart?
The movement from below to tackle climate change is gathering pace in South Africa, and elsewhere in the world, in advance of the September 21 mass march against the United Nations