25 September | “Hello disgusting lefty. I’m leaving you this [drawing of military dictator Rafael] Videla so that you think better what you do.”
On Monday, Argentine congressman Nicolás del Caño received death (...)
Juan Cruz Ferre
6 September | The peso plummets 30% in two days, President Mauricio Macri announces new austerity measures and popular resistance grows.
25 June | A one day strike leaves Argentine streets empty and airports closed. The primary demand is for a salary increase.
1 April | Left Voice interviewed Alejandro Vilca, a garbage collector, socialist and legislator in the province of Jujuy, Argentina. In last year’s elections, Vilca received an astonishing 18 percent of the (...)
20 February | The resistance movement sparked by President Macri's pension reform continues through new workers' struggles against layoffs. The Left and Workers' Front calls for the coordination of all popular (...)
23 January | With thousands of people in the U.S. embracing socialist ideas the question of how to build a party becomes a critical one. While important lessons can be drawn from the biggest socialist parties (...)
16 January | How does Lenin's application of Carl von Clausewitz's military strategy run counter to postmodern thinkers like Michel Foucault, as well as neo-reformist political organizations like (...)
Matias MaielloEmilio Albamonte
29 December 2017 | ARGENTINA: Interview with Alejandro Vilca, the socialist garbage collector in Jujuy's legislature.
20 December 2017 | The Argentine people heroically took the streets and faced off against the police in protests against the right wing pension reform bill that drastically cuts pensions for the elderly. The (...)
8 December 2017 | A worker and legislator representing the Left Front, Raúl Godoy, was hit by a rubber bullet during repression carried out by the police in the province of Neuquen and suffered a serious (...)
20 November 2017 | A presentation by Wladek Flakin of the Trotskyist Fraction – Fourth International (FT-CI) at an event on November 16, 2017 in Athens.
1 November 2017 | Alejandro Vilca is an indigenous socialist who recently won a seat in the state legislature in Argentina. What politics does he propose?
23 October 2017 | On Sunday, Argentinians went to the polls for the second and final round of midterm elections. While the mainstream media celebrated the success of President Mauricio Macri's right-wing Cambiemos (...)
15 September 2017 | A member of the Left Voice delegation to Argentina writes about her experience learning from the socialist women's group, Pan y Rosas.
12 September 2017 | An American Left Voice writer learns from the PTS, a Trotskyist Party in Argentina. These are his reflections on internationalism, party building, the union bureaucracy and the fight against (...)
2 September 2017 | September 1 marks one month since the last time he was seen. Santiago Maldonado, a 28-year-old artisan, was protesting on August 1 in solidarity with the struggle of the Mapuche people from the (...)
Diego LotitoJosefina L. Martínez
17 August 2017 | The results of the first round in Argentina’s midterm elections point to a growing polarization in the country. The right-wing coalition of president Mauricio Macri consolidated its position, (...)
17 August 2017 | On Sunday night, the Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores (Left and Workers’ Front, FIT) achieved impressive results in the first round of country’s midterm (...)
19 July 2017 | ARGENTINA: Tens of thousands take the streets in solidarity with PepsiCo workers in Argentina
14 July 2017 | PepsiCo struggle gains major national and international attention.
14 July 2017 | A leader of the Partido de Trabajadores Socialistas (PTS) talks about the theoretical and strategic basis for the actions of the PTS in the struggle for worker control at (...)
13 July 2017 | This morning, PepsiCo workers were brutally repressed by the police who evicted them from an occupation in defense of their jobs.
12 July 2017 | Last night, PepsiCo workers defended the factory occupation and at least for the night, kept the police away. How did they do it?