Vincent Wong on building a socialist internationalism able to do justice to all our contradictory concepts of “home.”
Misha Falk on anti-work politics, their appeal and their limits, and how they relate to building working-class power.
David Camfield on how the new cooperation deal between the New Democratic Party and the Liberal Party further winnows the Anglo-Canadian parliamentary field into a contest between the “liberal establishment” and the “conservative opposition,” with bad consequences for the left.
Mostafa Henaway on Amazon’s insidious labour model, its continuities and ruptures with shop-floor dynamics of earlier decades, and how to fight it.
In a review essay about Bini Adamczak’s book Yesterday’s Tomorrow, Tomás Ó Loingsigh asks how we might reckon critically and productively with communist history – the history not of an abstraction, but of a political project that has acted in the world.
"War is irreconcilable with the essential values and goals of the feminist movement. We stand for peace, coexistence of peoples, and a democratic solution to conflicts." A statement by Feminist Anti-War Resistance.
"The blaze is the baptism, sometimes, & sometimes the requiem." A new poem by stevie redwood.
M. Mikhail on contradictory forms of working-class consciousness in the age of blockchain, crypto, and Web 3.0.
D.G. on anti-fascist organizing in Ontario since 2016, and the light it sheds on the current upturn in far-right activity and our fight against it.
Midnight Sun is honoured to republish this statement by our comrades at LeftEast, condemning both Putin's imperial war against Ukraine and NATO's aggressive imperial expansion – and intransigently refusing the false choice between the two.