Democratiya: The World's Best Left-Wing Journal
Democratiya's just-published Spring 2007 edition features, among other things: Ladan Boroumand: Reading Habermas in Tehran; Ali Hili: Homophobia and Human Rights in Iraq; Peter Tatchell: Their Multiculturalism and Ours; Richard Sandbrook: Globalisation and Egalitarianism; Bogusia Puchalska: The Economics of Democratisation; and Tony Blair: The 21st Century Challenge.
Another great journal of left-wing thought and opinion is Dissent, out of New York. In Dissent's just-released on-line edition, you can read Phil Clark on democracy and justice in the Congo, Johann Hari's review of six new books on Islam and the West, Joschka Fischer's address to the Iranian Center for Strategic Research in Tehran, and a lot more.
Irving Howe, the democratic socialist who founded Dissent in 1954, declared: "The banner of critical independence, ragged and torn though it may be, is still the best we have."