Issue section: International Crises and Struggles

A Revolutionary Way of Doing Politics Is Taking Shape in Sudan

Sudanese activist Muzan Alneel discusses four years of the Sudanese Revolution and the crucial role played by neighborhood Resistance Committees.

Abenomics and the Liberal Democratic Party

Bad Politics for Japan

Donald C. Wood assesses the failed record of economic policies pursued by Shinzo Abe, right-wing former Prime Minister of Japan.

Antisemitism in Ukraine

An Interview with Historian Serhiy Hirik

Patrick Le Tréhondat interviews Seriy Hirik, a Ukrainian scholar of Jewish studies, on antisemitism in Ukraine.

Solidarity with Ukraine!

A new U.S. network has formed in solidarity with the struggle of the Ukrainian people

Iran: Secular Revolt Against Clerical Tyranny

Background and prospects for the Iranian protests

Haiti: A Crisis Caused by Imperialism and Its Oligarchic Cronies

Simón Rodríguez Porras discusses popular mobilizations in Haiti against the current regime, and the history of imperialist interventions in Haiti.

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