Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the opera-loving judicial firebrand diva who became a legal, cultural and feminist icon well into her 80s, died on Friday. Continue reading Ruth Bader Ginsburg – what will her death mean for 2020 and the Supreme Court?
With less than sixty days to go until the United States presidential election, some states have already begun early and mail in voting. Continue reading This is the Democratic doomsday scenario for election night
When she launched her campaign to unseat Chris Coons in Delaware, Jess Scarane may have been hoping to emulate the progressive success of those who came before her. Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: ‘Billions feed the military machine, but ordinary Delawareans can’t get a leg up’ – why Jess Scarane wants voters to oppose Chris Coons’ hawkish record
Where does socialism go next after the defeat of the Sanders campaign? Continue reading Where socialism goes after the Sanders campaign – ‘Bigger than Bernie’, by Meagan Day & Micah Uetricht
Joe Biden’s policy positions on Latin America have been cast into the spotlight. Continue reading In the spotlight: Joe Biden’s dubious Latin American foreign policy
Once more, the coronavirus pandemic has seen the globe gripped with fear and anxiety, and led to mobilisation of unprecedented scale and manner. Continue reading Coronavirus: How Trump might weaponise the pandemic to boost his re-election bid
FOR many on the American left, Tuesday was meant to be the day Bernie Sanders solidified his lead in the Democratic primaries. Continue reading Anti-imperialist Democrats must nail Biden on foreign policy before it’s too late