Work

Publications

Climate Justice

Apr. 2022

Trade Unions for Energy Democracy Working Paper 15

John Treat

Feb. 2022

Democratizing Public Services

Anne Le Strat and Michael Menser

Nov. 2021

The Time to Act Is Now

Carola Rackete

Nov. 2021

Beyond Disruption: How Reclaimed Utilities Can Help Cities Meet Their Climate Goals

Sean Sweeney and John Treat

Oct. 2021

Degrowth and Revolutionary Organizing

Jamie Tyberg and Erica Jung

Aug. 2021

Living with Climate Change in Farmworker Communities

David Bacon

Publications

Jan. 2021

Demand Everything: Joe Biden and the Portal to a Green New Deal

Adrien Salazar

Oct. 2020

Climate Change Displacement Map of New York City

Aurash Khawarzad

Mar. 2020

Transition in Trouble?

TUED

Dec. 2019

Climate Justice From Below

Just Transition Research Collaborative

Dec. 2019

COP25 | UN Climate Summit

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

Dec. 2018

Nuclear Power and Climate Action

Tim Judson

Nov. 2018

Mapping Just Transition(s) to a Low-Carbon World

Just Transition Research Collaborative

Apr. 2018

Trade Unions and Just Transition

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

Nov. 2017

Preparing a Public Pathway: Confronting the Investment Crisis in Renewable Energy

Sean Sweeney and John Treat

Jan. 2017

Energy Transition: Are We Winning?

Sean Sweeney and John Treat

Jan. 2017

The Long Struggle of the Amazon Employees

Jörn Boewe, Johannes Schulten

Nov. 2016

Up From Development: A Framework for Energy Transition in India

Rohan D. Mathews, Susana Barria and Ashim Roy

July 2016

An Illness to One is the Concern of All

TUED

Mar. 2016

Carbon Markets After Paris: Trading in Trouble

TUED

Oct. 2015

The Hard Facts About Coal

TUED

June 2015

Power to the People: Toward Democratic Control of Electricity Generation

TUED

Sep. 2014

Climate Change and the Great Inaction

Sean Sweeney

Apr. 2013

Resist, Reclaim, Restructure: Unions and the Struggle for Energy Democracy

TUED

July 2012

Socio-Ecological Transformation: Energy Policy in Latin America and Europe

Ulrich Brand


Global Solidarity

May 2022

The Successes and Shortcomings of Occupy, 10 Years Later

Jenny Stanley

Publications

Mar. 2022

We Need a Jobs Guarantee

Jan. 2022

Post Rosa: Letters Against Barbarism

Dec. 2021

Handbook‒La Pah: Lessons for Collective Action from the Fight for the Right to Housing

Dec. 2021

Atlas of Enslavement: We Can End Modern Slavery and Prevent It in the Future

Nov. 2021

GreenNewTrade.org

Oct. 2021

Beyond Competition: Why the BRI and the B3W Can’t and Shouldn’t Be Considered Rivals

Juliet Lu and Erik Myxter-Iino

July 2021

If Not Us, Who?: Global Workers Against Authoritarianism, Fascism and Dictatorships

Dario Azzellini

Apr. 2021

Organizing Big Tech

Sarah Jaffe

Jan. 2021

On the Precipice: A Progressive Agenda in the Biden Era

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

Jan. 2021

The Changing Same: Biden and the False Promise of a “Return to Normalcy”

Kali Akuno

Jan. 2021

How to Design and Pay for a Green New Deal

Fadhel Kaboub

Jan. 2021

Biden’s Nuclear Agenda

Joseph Gerson

Jan. 2021

U.S.-China: Progressive Internationalist Strategy Under Biden

Tobita Chow, Jake Werner

Jan. 2021

Bidenfreude: COVID-19 in the Post-Trump U.S.

Rob Wallace

Jan. 2021

The High Stakes of Defending Public Education

Ujju Aggarwal

Jan. 2021

More Military Money, More Problems

Ashik Siddique

Jan. 2021

Pushing Biden to Address the U.S.’s Housing Crisis

Oksana Mironova

Jan. 2021

Class Struggle and Solidarity: What Labor Still Needs Under Biden

Kari Thompson

Jan. 2021

Hopes for New Beginnings on U.S. Trade Policy

Karen Hansen Kuhn

Dec. 2020

As Goes Georgia: What is at Stake in the Runoff Elections

Jamie P. Hare

July 2020

Unlearning: From Degrowth to Decolonization

Jamie Tyberg

June 2020

Brazil in Intensive Care

Jorge Pereira Filho

Mar. 2020

Austerity and Feminism: Women Workers’ Struggles in the U.S.

Cinzia Arruzza

Jan. 2020

The US-China Trade War

Tobita Chow, Jake Werner

Dec. 2019

The Battle for Another World

John Feffer

Oct. 2019

Holding Pattern

Andrea Levy

Oct. 2019

Extractive Industries and Violation of Women’s Rights

July 2019

Beyond NAFTA 2.0

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

May 2019

The Road Less Travelled: Reclaiming Public Transport for Climate-Ready Mobility

TUED

Mar. 2019

Why U.S. Teachers Are on Strike: And How They’re Winning

Kim Kelly

Dec. 2018

Politics Against Trumpism

John Nichols

May 2018

Mapping the Resistance: Insurgence and Polarization Between 2016 and 2020

Ethan Young

May 2018

The Treaty on the Prohibition on the Nuclear Weapons

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

Feb. 2018

The Feminization of Agriculture: Preserving Biodiversity Through Farmer Control of Seeds

Carolyn Sachs

Jan. 2018

Rethinking the Smart City: Democratizing Urban Technology

Evgeny Morozov and Francesca Bria

Nov. 2017

The Automated Public Sphere

Frank Pasquale

Nov. 2017

Agrifood Atlas 2017

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

Nov. 2017

Learn to Love the Bomb: Trump’s Strangelovian Nuclear Presidency

Christine Hong

Aug. 2017

No Far Right: Reporting Back

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

Publications

Mar. 2017

Domestic Workers Organizing

Jennifer Fish

Feb. 2017

Closing the Gender Gap

Barbara Adams and Karen Judd

Jan. 2017

Mapping the Canadian Left

Andrea Levy and Corvin Russell

Jan. 2017

The Long Struggle of the Amazon Employees

Jörn Boewe, Johannes Schulten

Sep. 2016

Building Worker-to-Worker Solidarity

David Bacon

June 2016

Reinventing Development

Barbara Adams, Karen Judd

Mar. 2016

Take the Ports!

Patrick Bond

Feb. 2016

Party of One

Ho-fung Hung

Jan. 2016

Platform Cooperativism

Trebor Scholz

Dec. 2015

The Global Crisis of Displacement and Evictions

Miloon Kothari

Sep. 2015

Your Liberation is Linked to Ours: International Labor Solidarity Campaigns

David Bacon

May 2015

Organizing Transformation: Best Practices in the Transformative Organizing Model

Steve Williams

Mar. 2015

Roll Back Low Wages: Nine Stories of New Labor Organizing in the United States

Sarah Jaffe

Feb. 2015

When Pigs Fly: Charting a New Course for U.S.-Cuban Relations

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

June 2014

To Frack or Not to Frack? Developing Union Perspectives and Approaches

TUED

Feb. 2014

Analyzing TAFTA/TTIP: A Charter for Deregulation, an Attack on Jobs, an End to Democracy

John Hilary

May 2013

War on Demand: The Global Rise of Drones

Medea Benjamin

May 2013

Neoliberalism With Southern Characteristics

Vijay Prashad

Apr. 2013

The Chicano Movement: Mexican-American History and the Struggle for Equality

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

Mar. 2013

Demand Everything: Lessons of the Transformative Organizing Model

Steve Williams

Nov. 2012

A Brief History of Occupy Wall Street

Ethan Earle

Nov. 2012

Recycle or Reimagine: Tracking the Direction of the U.S. Environmental Movement

Lara Skinner

July 2012

Dangerous Partnership

Lou Pingeot


History from Below


Transatlantic Left Voices

Mar. 2021

Multilateralism and the Biden Administration

John Feffer

Dec. 2020

Sex Work Through NYC’s Pandemics

Jay/Jae

Dec. 2020

Invisible: Sex Work and Mutual Aid During COVID-19

Molly Simmons

Dec. 2020

How Germany Failed Sex Workers

Liad Hussein Kantorowicz

Dec. 2020

Fighting for Money and Dignity: Sex Work in Berlin

Akynos

Oct. 2020

Toward a Progressive Democratic Party

Moritz Wichmann

Aug. 2019

Socialism Reignited in America

Moritz Wichmann

June 2019

Vox: A New Far Right in Spain?

Vicente Rubio-Pueyo

June 2018

The Far Right in Government: Six Cases From Across Europe

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

Mar. 2018

Left Democrats in Search of Anti-Trump Strategy

Albert Scharenberg

Dec. 2017

Municipalism in Spain: From Barcelona to Madrid, and Beyond

Vicente Rubio-Pueyo

Aug. 2017

Just Mobility: Post-Fossil Conversion and Free Public Transport

Michael Brie

Aug. 2017

“Carrying On” in Uncertain Times

Michael Brie

Nov. 2016

Donald Trump and the Rise of the Nationalist Right

Connor Kilpatrick, Lester K. Spence, Liza Featherstone and Ethan Young

Oct. 2016

Crashing the Party: Democrats, Republicans, and the Crisis of U.S. Politics

John Nichols

Apr. 2016

Mapping the European Left: Socialist Parties in the EU

Dominic Heilig

Jan. 2016

A Love-Hate Relationship: Far-right parties and the European Union

Thilo Janssen

Nov. 2015

Growing From the Concrete: Left Electoral Politics in the United States

Ethan Young

May 2015

Austerity Urbanism: The Neoliberal Crisis of American Cities

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

Feb. 2015

Casting Shadows

Kali Akuno

Jan. 2015

Energy Democracy in Greece: SYRIZA’s Program and the Transition to Renewable Power

Sean Sweeney

Jan. 2015

TPP and TTIP: Partners in Crime

Mike Dolan

Sep. 2014

Mapping Socialist Strategies: Reporting Back and Moving Forward

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

Aug. 2014

Who Cares? A Feminist Critique of the Care Economy

Nancy Folbre

July 2014

Coming in from the Cold: The Black German Experience, Past and Present

Marion Kraft

May 2014

In Whose Name? A Critical View on the Responsibility to Protect

Lou Pingeot, Wolfgang Obenland

Apr. 2014

Democracy Disregarded: How the Decay of Meaningful Elections Drives Inequality and Injustice

John Nichols

Apr. 2014

Project of the Powerful: TTIP-Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

Ulrike Herrmann

Apr. 2014

Racism Within the Greek State Apparatus

Dimitris Christopoulos

Feb. 2014

The Parties of the European Left: An Analysis in View of the European Elections

Thilo Janssen

Feb. 2014

Self Determination, Not Termination: Past, Present, and Future of the American Indian Movement

Walter Echo-Hawk

Dec. 2013

Polylux Marx: A “Capital” Workbook in Slides

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

Oct. 2013

More Than Just A Game: Champions for Justice in U.S. Sports

Dave Zirin

Sep. 2013

The Finance-Dominated Regime of Accumulation and the Crisis in Europe

Alex Demirović and Thomas Sablowski

Sep. 2013

After Eight Years of Merkel: The Political Climate in Germany Before the Election

Cornelia Hildebrandt, Horst Kahrs and Harald Pätzolt

July 2013

Lift the Load of Poverty: Fighting for Black Equality in the Age of Obama

James Jennings

Apr. 2013

Green Transformation

Mario Candeias

Feb. 2013

Death of a Yuppie Dream: The Rise and Fall of the Professional-Managerial Class

Barbara Ehrenreich and John Ehrenreich

Jan. 2013

From Special Interest to Social Transformation? The LGBT Movement in the United States

Dawne Moon

Jan. 2013

Alternatives to War

Andreas Buro

Dec. 2012

Teachers on Strike: Lessons from Chicago on How to Fight Back

Ethan Young

Dec. 2012

The Value of Diversity: Canada’s Immigration and Integration Regime

Oliver Schmidtke

Nov. 2012

A Brief History of Occupy Wall Street

Ethan Earle

Oct. 2012

Mapping the Left: Progressive Politics in the United States

Ethan Young

Oct. 2012

Legitimate Rape, Sluts and Feminazis: The Republican War on Women

Laura Flanders

Sep. 2012

To Begin the World Over Again

John Nichols

Publications

Sep. 2012

Left Turn in Canada?

Murray Cooke and Dennis Pilon

Sep. 2012

The Shape of Equality: An Overview of the U.S. Women’s Movement

Heidi Hartmann and Martha Burk

Sep. 2012

The State of Unions in the US

Sean Sweeney

Sep. 2012

An Inside Look at Die Linke

Cornelia Hildebrandt

Sep. 2012

Steal the Vote: Voter Suppression in the Twenty-first Century

Jamie P. Hare

Sep. 2012

How a Socialization of the Banking System Might Look

Alex Troost

Aug. 2012

Is the World Going Bankrupt?

Stephan Kaufmann

July 2012

Obama, Romney and the Fight for the White House

Ethan Young

June 2012

Beautiful Green World

Ulrich Brand

Feb. 2012

Alabama’s Shame: HB 56 and the War on Immigrants

Mary Bauer

Sep. 2010

From Revolution to Coalition: Radical Left Parties in Europe

Birgit Daiber, Cornelia Hildebrandt & Anna Striethorst

Dec. 2009

The Left in Europe

Cornelia Hildebrandt and Birgit Daiber

die linke

Dec. 2008

The Left Party in Germany: Origins, Aims and Expectations

Michael Brie


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