Ignasi Bernat and David Whyte report that Spanish central government has introduced new police powers to crack down on radical movements in Catalonia.
Hilary Wainwright explores the turbulent history of 1968 social movements - and what they can teach us about building counter-power today.
Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party can lead the way for a new left politics in Europe, writes Luke Cooper
Graham Taylor writes that if we want a progressive post-Brexit future, we need to cut through the confusion surrounding this messy, complex political moment.
Raphael Tsavkko Garcia recounts the wholesale government assault on civil freedoms in Catalonia, sparked by the independence campaign.
Connor Devine writes that whilst Brexit might be a car crash, we can't just side with an institution responsible for enforcing austerity.
The Spanish state is seizing ballot papers and raiding meetings, write Ignasi Bernat and David Whyte – but it is being met with united resistance
Ana Méndez de Andés describes how a new kind of electoral alliance is taking back power—one city at a time—in Spain
Labour is now opposing toxic trade deals, but what sort of trade do we want? Asks Nick Dearden.
If the new politics is to succeed it must be more than a mere rebranding exercise, writes Kate Shea Baird
‘We are hungry in three languages’: The forgotten promise of the Bosnian Spring
Ruth Tanner looks back at a wave of protests which swept through Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2014.
Catalan independence is not just ‘nationalism’ – it’s a rebellion against nationalism
Ignasi Bernat and David Whyte argue that Catalonia's independence movement is driven by solidarity – and resistance to far-right Spanish nationalists
Five things to know about the independence movement in Catalonia
James O'Nions looks at the underlying dynamics of the Catalan independence movement
‘This building will be a library!’ From referendum to general strike in Catalonia
Ignasi Bernat and David Whyte report from the Catalan general strike, as the movements prepare to build a new republic
‘Committees in Defence of the Referendum’: update from Catalonia
Ignasi Bernat and David Whyte on developments as the Catalan people resist the Spanish state's crackdown on their independence referendum
France: The colonial republic
The roots of France’s ascendant racism lie as deep as the origins of the French republic itself, argues Yasser Louati
Brexit, Corbyn and beyond
Clarity of analysis can help the left avoid practical traps, argues Paul O'Connell
Greece’s heavy load
While the UK left is divided over how to respond to Brexit, the people of Greece continue to groan under the burden of EU-backed austerity. Jane Shallice reports
On the narcissism of small differences
In an interview with the TNI's Nick Buxton, social scientist and activist Susan George reflects on the French Presidential Elections.
Paul O’Connell and Michael Calderbank consider the conditions that led to the Brexit vote, and how the left in Britain should respond
Social Workers Without Borders
Jenny Nelson speaks to Lauren Wroe about a group combining activism and social work with refugees
Report from the second Citizen’s Assembly of Podemos
Sol Trumbo Vila says the mandate from the Podemos Assembly is to go forwards in unity and with humility
A better Brexit
The left should not tail-end the establishment Bremoaners, argues Michael Calderbank
Back to basics
Barb Jacobson on the campaign for an unconditional basic income
Now is the time for a progressive alliance
Kenny MacAskill of the Scottish National Party says that only a progressive alliance can deliver us from Tory rule
Brexit: a two-fingered salute from the working class
The Brexit vote was the working class sticking two fingers up to the metropolitan middle class, the political elite and liberal commentariat, argues Lisa McKenzie
Marina Prentoulis lambasts those on the left who see success in the Brexit disaster
Brexit: clearly not Jeremy Corbyn’s fault
Tom Walker argues the official Remain campaign let the side down
So you think the EU can’t be reformed?
A look at history will show you otherwise argues Hilary Wainwright and Mary Kaldor
Awakening from a nightmare: hope in an Out vote
Michael Calderbank forsees a bright future for the left in the event of an Out vote in the referendum
The Brexit nightmare
Tom Walker imagines waking up screaming at the hard-right ascendancy following a referendum Out vote
Why the City loves the EU
David Cameron’s EU deal has made the fight for democratic control of finance even more difficult, writes Kenneth Haar
We remember what Europe looked like before the EU
Sirio Canós Donnay explains why countries that have suffered the most at the hands of the Troika, like Greece and Spain, are also the most pro-European
Right to be angry – but be angry with the right
Siobhán McGuirk writes about scapegoating and anti-immigrant sentiment in the EU referendum debate
Video debate: The EU referendum – should the left vote in or out?
Marina Prentoulis and Luke Cooper (for in) debate Hannah Sell and Michael Calderbank (for out) in this episode of The Wedge, produced in collaboration with Red Pepper
The EU referendum: damned if you leave, damned if you remain
The EU referendum offers no progressive outcome, but it's a game of realpolitik we must play, argues Bertie Russell
Refugee crisis: the EU cracks down on volunteers
As Frontex moves in, volunteers in Greece are being prevented from helping refugees. Marienna Pope-Weidemann reports
Greek dock workers feel betrayed by Syriza’s broken promises
Dock workers in Greece are striking against further privatisations as Syriza's popularity tumbles, writes Will Horner
Can England learn from Scotland?
Isobel Lindsay suggests some lessons from Scotland for devolution campaigners in England
A different Europe or bust
As David Cameron’s renegotiation nears its uneventful conclusion, the big picture of what kind of Europe we want to live in is in danger of being lost, writes Luke Cooper. What can we do to change it?