Revolts and uprisings
Twenty years of workers’ control
Tom Sullivan

The phrase “under workers’ control” is, unfortunately, not one we are accustomed to hearing. But twenty years ago, ceramics produced in the Zanon factory in Neuquén, Argentina, began to have these words proudly printed on them. The story of the workers behind the factory’s takeover is full of important lessons for revolutionaries.

Sudan resisting a coup
Emma Dynes

“A sense of relief” is how Sudanese political activist Muzan Alneel, speaking via Zoom from the capital, Khartoum, describes the mood on the streets of Sudan in the first hours of the coup on 25 October. “I remember seeing people come into the street singing, like they’re singing against the coup and they’re singing against [coup leader General] Burhan, but they’re singing”, she says.

Iran's new wave of strikes and protests
Iran's strike wave
Simone White

 

‘Duque out!’ A youth-led rebellion in Colombia
A youth-led rebellion in Colombia
Robert Narai

Millions of people across Colombia have joined strikes and demonstrations against the far-right government of Iván Duque. Beginning in response to the president’s paquetazo—an austerity package that includes a value-added tax that would raise the cost of living for millions of poor and working-class Colombians—the youth-led rebellion has moved beyond initial opposition to the tax bill into calls for the resignation of Duque.

Cracks emerge in Israeli apartheid
Nick Everett

Israel’s settler colonial project today faces a profound crisis of legitimacy, writes Nick Everett.

Convicting Derek Chauvin
Daniel Taylor

Derek Chauvin has been convicted of the murder of George Floyd. How much should we celebrate?

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