Editorial collective

“When there’s a problem, people come to us”

Trade union and human rights activist Pavel Lisyansky explains why Russia’s presence in the Donbas has proved a disaster for the labor movement, and why defending human and labor rights sometimes goes hand in hand

The aggressor always needs peace, the oppressed always need liberation

An interview with Agon Hamza, Marxist political philosopher, editor of the Crisis and Critique journal and former advisor to the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo about parallels between the war in Ukraine and conflicts in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s

Students against the War. Part Two

We present the second part of the discussion dedicated to student initiatives. Protest decentralizing and the changing role of universities in Russia are at the heart of this debate

Students against the War. Part One

Student protest is one of the most visible forms of opposition to Russian aggression in Ukraine. Now when public protests are banned, activists are forced to create new modes of resistance and organization. We publish a conversation between activists about their protest activities, tactical challenges, and future plans

Why Cultural Boycott?

In late February, on the eve of the opening of the 59th Venice Biennale, the artists of the Russian pavilion, Kirill Savchenkov and Alexandra Sukhareva, announced their refusal to participate in the exhibition as a protest against the war. In his interview for Posle Kirill talks about the circumstances surrounding this decision