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Europe Is Not Just Moving Away From Trump, but From the United States

July 05, 2017 | A new era of relations between the United States and Germany. The deconstruction of the transatlantic architecture and an escalation in world disorder.

Juan Chingo


Castroism, Trotskyism and the Cuban Revolution

July 04, 2017 | The Cuban Revolution impacted 20th Century politics, and pushed the formation of alternative left policies that were critical of Soviet hegemony as well as updating the debate on Trotsky’s (...)

Facundo Aguirre
Alejandro Guerrero


Death of Otto Warmbier – That Could Have Been Me!

June 23, 2017 | Sure, it wasn't too bright of Otto Warmbier to steal a propaganda poster in Pyongyang. But our author was also there as a tourist, and totally understands how this could have happened. North (...)

Wladek Flakin


The Party We Need: A Revolutionary Socialist Party

May 14, 2017 | Thousands of people have become politically active in the past year, galvanized by the Bernie Sanders campaign and now joining organizations on the left, such as the Democratic Socialists of (...)

Juan Cruz Ferre


The Class Line in Elections Is the Principled Issue

October 17, 2016 | In this series, Left Voice amplifies the voices of candidates who have undertaken the bold task of running as socialists. This time we interviewed presidential candidate for Socialist Action, (...)

Jeff Mackler


United Front and the Fight Against the Union Bureaucracy

September 19, 2016 | The workers’ united front does not mean peaceful coexistence with the union bureaucracy.

Juan Cruz Ferre



July 11, 2016


Sick and Tired of School Conditions, Teachers Call Out Sick

January 19, 2016 | For several days last week, many of Detroit’s public schools were closed because teachers organized a “sickout” to protest unsafe working and learning conditions in school (...)

Tatiana Cozzarelli


PhotoEssay: Minneapolis Protesters Take City Hall

December 07, 2015 | "Minnesotans are tough. Even through the bitter, crisp cold air of winter, people will continue to march on until justice is served," writes Netsanet Negussie, a housing rights organizer and (...)

Netsanet Negussie

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Domestic Clashes, Imperial Consensus: Round 2 of the Democratic Debate

November 16, 2015 | The remaining three contenders for the Democratic Party nomination met for their second televised debate Saturday night. The shadow of the recent attacks in Paris hung over the discussion and put (...)

Ian Steinman


Notes From ’The Cut’: An American Prison

October 21, 2015 | Lieutenant Scott greeted us at the door with a smile as Sergeant Davis followed closely behind. We were a group of eight nursing students with our instructor, making a sort of “educational visit” (...)

Chloe Lawyer


A Quarter of a Million in Berlin Against TIPP and CETA

October 12, 2015 | The German capital hasn't seen a demonstration this big in more than ten years. On Saturday, up to 250,000 people marched against TTIP (the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) and (...)

Wladek Flakin
Sören Luxbach

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Pigs Can’t Fly! LAPD Denied Funding Amid Community Protest

October 07, 2015 | The LAPD was recently denied funding at a neighborhood council meeting in South Los Angeles amid applause from youth, community members, and activists.

Julia Wallace


Thanks, But No Thanks: The Implications of the Black Lives Matter DNC Rejection

September 18, 2015 | Black Lives Matter rejected the Democratic National Convention’s endorsement of the movement. This is a positive step towards political independence, but not the complete break with capitalist (...)

Julia Wallace


New Mexican Ambassador will Continue the Country’s Subordination to the U.S.

September 12, 2015 | On September 3, Miguel Basáñez Ebergenyi was confirmed as Mexico’s new ambassador in the US, with the blessing of US president Barack Obama. His appointment was proposed by Mexican president Enrique (...)

Tania Vonki


In Baltimore, the Fight for Justice Continues

September 11, 2015 | The last few weeks, Baltimore protesters have returned to the streets to call for justice as the criminal prosecution of the six police officers involved in Freddie Gray’s death begins. New (...)

Tre Kwon


Socialism and LGBT Liberation

September 07, 2015 | The Left Voice presents an interview with Sherry Wolf, an activist, public speaker, and writer from Brooklyn, NY. She is an associate editor for the International Socialist Review and author of (...)

Tatiana Cozzarelli


Rhetoric vs Reality in Obama’s Prison Reform

August 25, 2015 | Since July, Obama has made a series of declarations about the need to reform the U.S. prison system. But given his record on incarceration over the past six-and-a-half years, what change can we (...)

Robert Belano


The Middle East or a Geopolitics of Chaos

August 19, 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 (...)

Claudia Cinatti


The Left and the Working Class: is it possible to reconstruct the strategic dialog?

August 11, 2015 | The organizing taking place among precarious sectors of the U.S. working class is generating accommodations on the part of a discredited union bureaucracy. For the first time in decades, left (...)

Celeste Murillo
Juan Andrés Gallardo