Articles in International

What Fast Food Tells Us About the World

When American fast food became an international phenomenon, it transcended its origins and became the first truly global cuisine. The implications are greater than most of us realize.

How the Left Can Oppose the Uyghur Genocide

China’s persecution of the Uyghur people is enabled by the U.S.-led “war on terror.” The left can’t remain silent.

(How) Should Class War Go Global? Building an Anti-Corporate Left Internationalism

In the last century or so, global solidarity has all but dried up. As each day holds new injustices, its revival is our best hope.

You Are Not Free to Move Out of the Country

An American passport isn’t worth what it used to be—but it’s also never opened as many doors as you might’ve thought.

It’s Time to Talk About Cuba. And Puerto Rico, Too.

A story of two islands, and what they tell us about neoliberalism.

Abolition as a Project of Deep Democracy

As more and more Americans work to internalize the true meaning of abolition, Helena Carlson looks to the liberation efforts in Rojava.

We Need Some Scandinavian Solidarity

Norway’s successful social democracy didn’t arise out of nowhere. It took a lot of hard work, perseverance—and solidarity.

A Private City: The Rise of Eko Atlantic

In an exclusive sneak peek at our most recent issue, Katie Jane Fernelius walks us through the rise of private cities such as Eko Atlantic, and their implications for all of us.

How To Sell A Revolution

A deep dive into the fascinating history of Cuban propaganda art.

The Deep Roots of Greece’s Asylum Catastrophe

As coronavirus threatens, the condition of refugees in Greece is increasingly “a crisis of politics, not capacity.”

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