DAN LA BOTZ is a Brooklyn-based teacher, writer and activist. He is a co-editor of New Politics.

Pro‑Palestine Student Protests Spread Despite Repression

Politics at the Oscars

Could the U.S. Become Involved in a War Between Venezuela and Guyana?

Auto Workers Strike Wins Victory that Could Transform the U.S. Labor Movement

A Surprise Attack–but Nothing Surprising About It

America’s Housing Crisis

Two shipwrecks reveal the state of the world

Abortion at the Centre of American Politics

On the Anniversary of Russia’s War on Ukraine: Analysing the Roots of Russian Imperialism

A Chinese Spy Balloon Shot Down Foreshadows Future Conflicts

The orchestra of the blind, the deaf, the amnesiacs, the storytellers and the accomplices plays its score

What are the Lessons of Vietnam for Ukraine Today?

Far Right Politicians Become a Power in the U.S. Congress

Democrats Vote to Stop Railway Workers from Striking; The Squad Fails the Test

Mike Davis (1946‑2022): Miscellaneous Encounters with “A Real Marxist”

The United States and China in Latin America: Rival Imperialisms

Putin’s Annexation of More Ukrainian Territory is Part of Pattern of Ethnocide and Genocide. Stand with Ukraine.

Ukraine and the Peace Movement

Their Values and Ours: The Debate over Western Values and the Values of the Socialist Left

Republicans Are Responsible for the Massacre of Children

Russian War on Ukraine Churns American Politics

Internationalism, Anti‑Imperialism, And the Origins of Campism

Canadian Truckers Protests Show Strength of Trumpism North of Border