Autonomy & Authority

A community in arms: the Indigenous roots of the EZLN

By building a “democracy from below,” the Zapatistas recognize the leadership of, and carry on a long tradition of resistance by Indigenous communities in Chiapas.

Movement & Mobilization

Can the Bolivarian revolution survive the Venezuelan crisis?

Creating the space for and allowing the Bolivarian Revolution to flourish is perhaps the most important achievement of Venezuela’s Chavista government — but can it survive the current crisis?

Movement & Mobilization

Algeria in revolt: “We woke up and you will pay!”

The abdication of President Bouteflika is a historic victory for the Algerian people — but the struggle for a true democratic transition is far from over.

Autonomy & Authority

An Italian anarchist’s memories of the Spanish Civil War

Antoine Gimenez was an Italian who fought in the Durruti Column during the Spanish Civil War. “Sons of Night” is the first English translation of his memoir.

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