Category: Elections

Marina Prentoulis: After Syriza: What’s next for Spain?

The significance of Syriza’s electoral victory for anti-austerity parties and politics across Europe is slowly, but steadily sinking in

Paul Street: Bernie Dreaming and the Hillary Money Machine

For a People’s Caucus Beyond the Quadrennial Extravaganza

Allison Deger: Meet the Knesset members from the Joint List

Something has changed inside Israel for its Palestinian citizens

Taylan Tosun: A Multi-Faceted Crisis Surrounding Turkey

There is a growing crisis on the political scene, i.e., concerning the classical political parties and representative system in Turkey

Tyler Zimmer: Questions about Chuy

Jesus “Chuy” Garcia’s campaign to replace Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel doesn’t present a real break from neoliberalism

Tom Engelhardt: The New American Order

1% Elections, The Privatization of the State, a Fourth Branch of Government, and the Demobilization of “We the People”

Ben Norton: Pro-Democratic Party ‘left’ targets Kshama Sawant

A look at why a liberal civil rights organization has decided to challenge the most left-wing member of the City Council

Gideon Levy: Netanyahu deserves the Israeli people, and they deserve him

If after everything, the Israeli phoenix succeeded in rising from the ashes and getting reelected, something is truly broken, possibly beyond repair

Chris Hedges: The Most Dangerous Woman in America

The corporate powers, from Seattle’s mayor to the Chamber of Commerce and the area’s Democratic Party, are determined Kshama Sawant be defeated

Boaventura de Sousa Santos: The Podemos wave

Podemos is the end result of a learning process originated in the Global South which eventually made it possible to creatively channel the outrage that ran through the streets of Spain

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