Trump’s promises notwithstanding, many factory workers in the Rust Belt are just as frustrated after the election as they were before. Sarah Jaffe speaks to three labor organizers in Indiana to understand why.
In every possible sense, the opioid epidemic—the worst drug crisis in U.S. history—is a creature of our creation.
Amid disenchantment with mainstream politics, tensions between Socialists and Greens, and a string of disappointments from outgoing president François Hollande, activists known as zadistes have taken the defense of the environment into their own hands—and met formidable police repression.
From the 1920s to today, American tax policy has evolved to reflect one principle—the investor comes first—with disastrous implications for the rest of us.
Voters worldwide have been making some alarming decisions lately, but none have gone so far as to vote democracy itself out of existence. On Sunday, Turkey seems to have done just that.
In this year’s unpredictable campaign, Emmanuel Macron’s business-friendly liberalism could be enough to spare France from the National Front. But in the long run, it’s no safe bet against the populist far right.
The pundits cheering last Thursday’s surprise airstrikes on a Syrian base are only fueling Trump’s adventurism.
With no knowledge or desire of doing so, Trump may have created a precedent that will encourage allies alarmed by his raving incompetence to fill the gap between Security Council action and complete inaction.
Since March 2014, the Front National (FN) has governed eleven French municipalities. The photographs here, from a two-year reporting project on three of these FN cities, offer a glimpse of what a France run by the FN might look like.