Ukraine on the brink of default – a shock doctrine in the making

In the middle of this battle between geopolitical superpowers are the interests of ordinary Ukrainians, which are unlikely to be served by either Russia or the West.

Whatever happened to the indignados?

Luke Stobart has written the first column in a three part series tracking the radicalisation that has swept the Spanish state since the 15M protests of 2011.

Syria: The people still want the fall of the regime

Over a thousand people marched through London to Downing Street on Saturday, to mark the third anniversary of the start of the Syrian Revolution.

Short Story: Fresh Apricots

Fresh Apricots' first appeared in Dancing in Damascus, a book of short stories that was also published in Arabic and Turkish. It's about surveillance and the political prisons in Syria under Hafiz al Assad.

The Plenum Has The Power – Challenges in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina has seen the greatest upheaval in 20 years over the last month.

Interview: “I won’t be blamed anymore”

Sara is an activist in the Egyptian group Operation Anti-Sexual Harassment (OpAntiSH).

Mike Gonzalez: Second letter from Caracas

The mass movements have saved the revolution over and over again – in their mobilisations, in their defence of production, in their massive electoral support, and in their solidarity.

Russia, Ukraine, Crimea: Sunday morning update

The crisis in Ukraine has escalated. War with Russia seems certain, although it is unclear how far any conflict may reach.

Ukraine: “We cannot hand the movement over to the right.”

Ilya Budraitskis, the Moscow-based socialist, was interviewed by marx21.de magazine earlier this month about the protests in Ukraine.

What do we mean by… uneven and combined development?

Neil Davidson continues an rs21 series on the fundamentals of our political tradition by looking at uneven and combined development.