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Ireland and Ukraine’s Struggle for Independence, 1916–23

Ireland and Ukraine have some important parallels during the years 1916-1923

On the Second Anniversary of Russia’s Invasion: Stand with Ukraine

Supporting the Palestinian cause, however, should not take away from the need to stand with Ukraine. In both cases, a stronger military power is attempting to occupy and deny self-determination to oppressed people.

Stand Against Genocide and Imperialism, from Palestine to Ukraine

Statement of the Ukraine Solidarity Network on the Second Anniversary of Russia’s Full-scale Invasion of Ukraine

Ukraine and Palestine are both cases of imperialism

How to Understand Russia’s Imperialist Attitude Toward Ukraine

Hanna Perekhoda analyzes construction of Russian imperialist imagery of Ukraine, rooted in the Russian ruling elite’s drive to maintain its power.

Self-Organization and the New Left in Ukraine

From Maidan to War

The author (right) on Kyiv’s IndependenceSquare. December 2013.
In early December 2013, I found myself on Kyiv’s Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square), holding a sign reading “Don’t Believe Politicians—Self-Organize!” as part of a protest with a small group of student activists. Weeks . . .

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“Tensions are building in Ukrainian society as a result of neoliberal policies imposed by the government”

An interview with Oksana Dutchak, member of the Commons editorial team

An editor of the leftwing Ukrainian journal Commons discusses the dual enemies of Russian aggression and Ukrainian neoliberalism

Ukrainian Letter of Solidarity with the Palestinian People

We, Ukrainian researchers, artists, political and labour activists, members of civil society stand in solidarity with the people of Palestine who for 75 years have been subjected and resisted Israeli military occupation, separation, settler colonial violence, ethnic cleansing, land dispossession and apartheid.

Imagine a Country

What happens when the right takes over a nationalist movement?

Misguided Award from an Anti-Nuclear Group

An inappropriate award to Jeffrey Sachs

Ukraine: arms, alliances, and the logic of internationalism

Further reply to Gilbert Achcar

Further reply to Achcar on Ukrainian arms and alliances

The Article on Ukraine that DSA Suppressed

Notes from Kyiv: Which side are we on?

You cannot understand the war in Ukraine without knowing its history.

Ukraine and the Indian Left

An Interview with Kavita Krishnan

The ties between India and Russia, and a call for the Indian left to support Ukraine against the Russian invasion.

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The War in Ukraine

Making Sense of a Senseless Book

Drawing in part on his own experiences in Ukraine, Carl Mirra criticizes the factual background and interpretations in Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies’ “The War in Ukraine: Making Sense of a Senseless Conflict.”

I’m a Ukrainian leftist. This is why I support Boris Kagarlitsky

The left-wing Russian theorist, who has gone from pro-war hawk to anti-war political prisoner, deserves solidarity

An assessment of Kargalitsky’s political evolution

Ukraine and the abstraction of violence: my reply to Tom Dale

Achcar responds to Dale on arms to Ukraine and NATO.

Ukraine and the violence of abstraction

A critique of Achcar and Chomsky on arms to Ukraine and NATO.

The Left and Ukraine: Two Pitfalls to Avoid

How to avoid campism with either camp

The Peace Movement and Ukraine: John Feffer Replies to Critics

John Feffer responds in an interview to peace movement critics regarding the war in Ukraine

Commons: A Ukrainian left-wing collective intellectual

An interview with the editorial board of Ukraine’s leading left journal

The voice of the Ukrainian left

What Happened in Ukraine in 2013– 2014?

Maidan and After

The Maidan in Ukraine through the eyes of participants.

Against Half-Solidarity and False Pacifism – Statement of the Russian Socialist Movement on May Day

May Day is not only International Workers’ Day but also a day of solidarity with the oppressed peoples and civil disobedience against war.

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