Category: Elections

Robert Leonard: “People are really getting angry”

The question is whether Iowa, for all its proud progressive tradition, will give a candidate like Sanders a real look in the 2016 caucuses

Eduardo Maura: Podemos: Politics by the people

Less than a year after its formation, a populist left-wing party is claiming more than 200,000 members and topping the opinion polls in Spain

Pablo Iglesias: The Next Syriza?

As Greece Rejects Austerity, Meet the Activist Who Could Become Spain’s New PM

Marietta Simegiatou: Golden Dawn’s Consolidation and its Reluctant Prosecution

With its leaders in prison, Golden Dawn still managed to consolidate its electoral base. Where did the party come from and what are the latest developments?

Leo Panitch: The Historic Victory of Greek Left: What Now?

Presentation by Leo Panitch, Canada Research Chair in Comparative Political Economy at York University, Toronto

Yanis Varoufakis: In Past, Assessing Future

The hour and a half session addresses a wide range of matters, economics, theory, social arrangements, personal relations of struggle, and of course, Syriza’s future and prospects

Yesenia Barragan: Repression and Demobilization in Spain

Spain’s Gag Law aims to criminalize and shut down Spain’s social movements by bankrupting them

Salim Muwakkil: The Barriers to Black-Brown Unity

Can Chicago’s black and brown communities come together to elect a new mayor?

Vicente Navarro: Why Podemos Poses A Major Threat To The Spanish Political Establishment

The Spanish financial, economic, political, and media establishments are on the defensive and in panic

Nikos Raptis: Did the US Win the Greek Elections?

Here is, a possible estimate of what the Empire could do to protect its “property”

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