Here we collect statements from Ukrainian, Russian, and other grassroots organizations on the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Lastly, the synthesis of skills, experience, and political perspective required in the labor movement, and thereby in DSA’s labor work, are all ultimately based on the experience of organizing in the workplace and in the union.
Why is DSA in this anomalous position: A political organization with no useful position on the central foreign policy question of the day?
A Ukrainian socialist examines how the security of small states can be secured
As Ukraine continues to resist Russia’s horrific aggression and attempt to conquer and annex the south and east of the country, the quantity of arms being supplied to Ukraine by the United States and other western . . .
Report by an international delegate to a solidarity conference with Ukraine
The Christian nationalist roots of the anti-abortion movement
We don’t win against oppression by being nice. We win by proudly violating the patriarchal, xenophobic, racist, sexist, classist norms of capitalism.
Clarifying left views on national self-determination and the war in Ukraine
Westerners need to understand the perspective of Ukrainian feminists.
The significance of the Alito draft
The difference between helping defend Ukraine and warmongering
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the largest teachers’ union local in the country consistently left members unsafe, confused, ill, and even dead.
Extractivism is the only economic horizon of the Bolivian state, even as narratives shift depending on who is in power.
Explaining the positions of the Spanish left on Ukraine
A response to Branko Marcetic’s argument against weapons for Ukraine
Military service in the U.S. and the U.K. promised more than it ever delivered for many post-9/11 volunteers.
A discussion with Noam Chomsky was called “A Left Response to the Russian Invasion of Ukraine”. It wouldn’t be far wrong to say Chomsky placed all of the blame for Russia’s attack on the U.S. government. The title of the event should have been “Chomsky Calls for Realpolitik for the 21st century”.
Rosario Ibarra de Piedra, one of the most important figures of the Mexican left, died on April 16, 2022 at her home in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon at the age of 95.
Internationalists must listen to the voice of Ukrainians