20 September | Reflections on Chantal Mouffe’s new book, “For a Left Populism.”
6 June | In the current context of a prolonged crisis of capitalism and its parties, as well as the emergence of new political phenomena, the question is raised once again: Shall we recreate illusions in (...)
14 March | Last Tuesday, Trump announced that he was firing his Secretary of State via Twitter, apparently without Tillerson himself knowing about it, although his departure was practically certain since (...)
2 February | A departure from decades-long US policy reframes global instability outside of the terms of terror and opens a penumbra of new geopolitics.
12 December 2017 | Donald Trump has done it again. As if military escalation with North Korea and his anti-Muslim tweets were not enough, he just created yet another conflict with international (...)
7 September 2017 | While Hurricane Harvey devastated Houston, another storm was brewing thousands of miles away.
15 June 2017 | The result of the recent elections in the United Kingdom have led an unexpected political scenario with the Brexit negotiations soon at hand. What do May’s setback and Corbyn’s rise mean for the (...)
24 February 2017 | The start of Trump’s presidency has been nothing short of chaos. National orders followed closely by counter-orders, erratic foreign policies, and the early resignations from a cabinet still under (...)
2 January 2017 | A discussion on Gramsci’s concept of ‘organic crisis,’ the revolutionary internationalism, and what it looks like in practice.
29 December 2016 | Much has been written to absorb the conservative avalanche that turned so many states red in the November elections. Even the screenwriters of “House of Cards” could not have a big enough (...)
20 December 2016 | The assassination of Andrei Karlov, Russian Ambassador to Turkey, occurred against the backdrop of the civil war in Syria. In particular, it takes place amidst the dramatic turn of events (...)
10 November 2016 | The unthinkable is no longer so when it becomes a reality. Against all predictions, Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States. He is now the man who will hold the most important (...)
14 September 2016 | The shifting alliances and the overlapping of multiple ethnic, religious, geopolitical and social conflicts that characterize the civil war in Syria seem to defy the basic premise of any war— the (...)
20 August 2016 | Is Cuba headed towards capitalist restoration? The changes in Cuba signal that the future of the Cuban revolution is at stake. Despite the fatalism of many, the final outcome is still an open (...)
28 June 2016 | The triumph of the Leave vote and the Brexit is, so far, the high point of the populist and anti-establishment movement in the core capitalist countries. Its consequences will be felt far beyond (...)
3 November 2015
10 October 2015 | The latest eruptions of violence in the West Bank and Jerusalem did not appear out of nowhere. They have been slowly brewing in the colonialist policies of Israel, reinforced by (...)
25 September 2015 | On September 21, Alexis Tsipras returned as prime minister, supported by a coalition between his party and the right-wing nationalist Anel party. This government, which assumed power as a left (...)
19 August 2015 | The current snapshot of the Middle East shows a region steeped in chaos, where the order sustained for decades by the United States is dissolving without a clear alternative in (...)
31 July 2015 | The re-establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and Iran, interrupted since the 1979 revolution, is making the geopolitical structure that dominated the Middle East for (...)