My latest for the Washington Post, on the French government’s economic response to the crisis.
My piece in the Washington Post, on what Pete Buttigieg and the French president share in common.
My latest for The Guardian. The pension strikes may have broad public support, but French unions are weaker than they seem.
My latest on the strikes, for The Nation, featuring an interview with labor leader Laurent Berger.
My opinion piece for The Guardian on the eve of mass walkouts over retirement reform: French workers cherish their welfare state. That’s why they’re striking.
My interview with the filmmaker on his new documentary Country Music, the politics of the genre, and his life’s work. For Commonweal.
My report from London for Commonweal, on Major League Baseball’s first-ever games in Europe.
My interview with French labor leader Philippe Martinez, head of the General Confederation of Labor (CGT). On the Yellow Vests, the far-right, the future of labor in France and more. In Jacobin.
My report for The Nation, on the campaign trail with La France Insoumise.
61 construction workers are on trial in Turkey after going on strike—part of the state’s deep repression of the independent labor movement. My report from Istanbul for The Nation.