“The most revolutionary thing one can do is always to proclaim loudly what is happening,” Rosa Luxemburg
Clashes break out as police try to keep thousands of Blockupy activists from shutting down the European Central Bank in Frankfurt’s financial district.
An ongoing two-week strike by miners, teachers and health workers exposes the contradictions at the heart of Morales’ “Andean and Amazonian capitalism”.
In a grandiose display of Foucauldian irony, one of the greatest anti-capitalist debates of our time has been reduced to an intellectual commodity.
On May 3-12, Florence will host a counter-summit to the EU State of the Union with a series of public events on the crisis of capitalism and democracy.
In the face of massive popular outrage, Cypriot MPs spectacularly vote against a bank deposit tax imposed by the Troika, leaving the eurozone reeling.
French resistance hero, co-drafter of Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and author of pamphlet that helped inspire a global youth uprising, dies.
Greek police may vainly try to photoshop away the torture of four alleged bank robbers, but they cannot gloss over the radicalization of Greek youth.
Following the largest mobilization since its uprising of January 1, 1994, the Zapatista Army of National Liberation releases the following communiqué.