Why do U.S. politics lack the seriousness that is required as it impacts millions of people? The fundamentally capitalist political ideologies of the Democratic and Republican parties offer little different or new to the public. The aims of the two [...]
A selection of stories and voices re-printed in our print edition from publications around the world: Idle No More, the British media & the Iraq invasion, Automation & Socialism, US Arms Profiteering, & Drone Deaths
A selection of stories and voices re-printed in our print edition from publications around the world: the anti-people Greek debt, the Cambie Canadian medicare lawsuit, climate change & labour, indigenous resistance, the Brazilian coup, and the [...]
The similarities between 1888 and 2016 are striking: two parties engage in the same trickery to occupy the highest positions in the country, to ultimately execute the pre-ordained policies of exploitation, imperialism and hegemony of the few.
Brazil's musicians protest coup, Roger Waters' new film on American imperialism and the occupation of Palestine, Russian orchestra performs in liberated Palmyra, Syria; and Valentina Lisitsa is interviewed in Donetsk.
Montreal-based musician and activist Stefan Christoff, Ron Hynes, the Latin Grammys and the 'audiopolitics' of Noise Uprising.
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