Climate Dystopia Is Already Here in Pakistan. We Demand Reparations
by Tabitha Spence & Ammar Ali Jan
Colombia’s Brand New President Wants to Keep Fossil Fuels in the Ground
by Nathan Thanki
Spain’s Democracy is Being Undermined by Deep State Actors
by Eoghan Gilmartin
The news that Spain’s prime minister had his phone hacked by Pegasus spyware last year is just the latest in a scandal that has laid bare the democratic deficiencies of the country’s post-Franco constitutional regime, argues Eoghan Gilmartin.
A Peasant-Teacher Just Won the Peruvian Elections, and the Right Can’t Handle It
by Matt Kirkegaard
Analysis: The Dutch Left Was Savaged at the Polls – but Its Policies Remain Unscathed
by Merijn Oudenampsen
Separatists Finally Have a Majority in Catalonia – But Independence Isn’t a Done Deal
by Eoghan Gilmartin & Tommy Greene
Why Are India’s Farmers Staging the Biggest Protest in History?
by Simran Jeet Singh
As tensions mount between protesters and authorities in New Delhi, Simran Jeet Singh explores the legacy of exploitation and neglect that has paved the way for India's historic farmers' protests.
To Defeat the Far Right, Portugal’s Left Must Learn From Its History
by Joana Ramiro
The Carnation Revolution of 1974 saw both the defeat of fascism and a radical shift in social and class consciousness in Portugal. With gains for the far right in this weekend’s presidential election, the left in Portugal - and beyond - must learn from its history, argues Joana Ramiro.
Analysis: What Next for Lebanon’s Left?
by Matthew Kynaston
Democracy Looks Set to Return to Bolivia. What Next?
by Olivia Arigho-Stiles
Exit polls suggest a decisive victory for the left-wing Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS) in Bolivia - and a victory for democracy against last year’s US-backed coup. Olivia Arigho-Stiles takes a look at what could happen next.
Duterte’s New Anti-Terror Law is Accelerating State Violence in the Philippines
by Jamie Sims
Social justice activists have long been the target of state violence in the Philippines. Now, a new Anti-Terror Law is accelerating Duterte’s war on dissent, writes Jamie Sims.
What’s the Point of Jacinda Ardern?
by Huw Morgan
Spain’s New ‘Patriotic’ Trade Union is Part of the Far Right’s Anti-Leftist Strategy
by Tommy Greene and Eoghan Gilmartin
Last week Spain’s extreme-right Vox party officially launched its own ‘patriotic’ trade union. But rather than signalling a strategic social turn, the new unit is better seen as an ‘anti-union’ and part of Vox’s wider anti-leftist strategy, write Tommy Greene and Eoghan Gilmartin.
Where Does Belarus Go Now?
by Nelly Bekus
After 600 Days of Political Deadlock, Why Isn’t Belgium Facing Civil Unrest?
by Hannah Robinson
Spain’s Monarchy Crisis Has Shaken the Country’s Political Settlement
by Tommy Greene
Kerala’s Pandemic Response Owes Its Success to Participatory Politics
by David Jenkins and Lipin Ram
Kerala's response to the Covid-19 crisis has received worldwide praise. What’s been missed, however, is the importance of the state’s ‘politics of participation’ and the role of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) in engendering this politics, argue David Jenkins and Lipin Ram.