The climate justice movement may have taken a step forward at Lützerath by taking a confrontational approach to capital and the state. Joao Camargo is a climate activist in grassroots movement Climaximo in Portugal and […]
It’s always good to see the Greek left thinking about how to cohere a radical alternative to Syriza. Posted in Jacobin. Read the article HERE.
The billionaire class lost wealth in 2022 but it didn’t put a dent in their luxury spending. More money for billionaires doesn’t buy them more things, it buys them more political power. Sam Pizzigati writes on […]
The billionaires and their invited guests at Davos will pay this international call no mind, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be done. After all, we’ve done it before. Sam Pizzigati writes on inequality for […]
Bring basic resources like energy, water, railways, and the postal service into democratic public ownership, writes the former Labour leader. Read the article HERE.
How the internet became a tool for profit, and how to change it. Cross-posted from Green European Journal Few would dispute that the early years of the internet were promising. But exactly when those early […]
EU has ruled out establishing a biodiversity fund as part of the Cop15 deal, a key demand from some developing countries. Read the article HERE.
Planning is vitally necessary if the disasters of climate change, already with us, are to be mitigated and the planet is no longer degraded by greenhouse gas emissions. How planning by replacing the market would […]
Former Soviet analyst at the CIA on how the Kremlin thinks about security Cross-posted from Counterpunch In the 1980s and 1990s, I was a member of the Russian studies group sponsored by the Brookings Institution. […]