Support for the referendum on the Voice to Parliament is still plummeting.
“Climate breakdown has begun,” the UN’s Antonio Guterres has declared, after the world’s hottest three months on record.
Labor's underwhelming announcement on the refugee intake set the scene for an equally underwhelming and orchestrated Labor conference.
On Monday 21 August, following a half day campus-wide strike by Melbourne University NTEU members, five areas including Arts and Law went on to strike for the rest of the week.
The BRICS summit took place in Johannesburg, South Africa, in August. It was another confirmation of the relative decline of US power and the increasingly turbulent state of world imperialism.
Despite the failure of the Ukrainian counter-offensive, both NATO and Russia are intent on continuing a war of attrition no matter the cost.
Solidarity answers key questions about the Voice to Parliament, what it would mean, and whether there is any alternative to it.
In 1973 workers in Chile were on the march and could have taken power, but the left’s failures allowed the ruling class to unleash bloody repression, argues Raili Maria Haagensen.
Antony Loewenstein’s new book, The Palestine Laboratory, looks at Israel’s military cyber industrial complex and its role as one of the world's biggest arms dealers and seller of some of the most invasive software. He talked to Solidarity.
The widespread admiration for the Matildas has been a blow against sexism but it has also fuelled nationalism.
Ben Abbatangelo: Labor promotes the Voice but ignores Indigenous demands on housing, poverty, imprisonment
Gunaikurnai and Wotjobaluk writer Ben Abbatangelo spoke to Solidarity on the Voice to Parliament.
Anthony Albanese and Defence Minister Richard Marles staked their credibility on defeating dissent over AUKUS. It was not much of a gamble.