A critical examination of Trotsky’s evolving views on revolutionary morality and democracy in revolutionary movements.
A review of Michael Chessum’s inside account and analysis of Corbynism’s trajectories and defeat.
Wayne Price delineates and examines two complementary tendencies in libertarian socialist politics – a strategy of building alternate institutions and another based on revolutionary mass struggles.
Tess Sheldon reviews a memoir of disability activism
John Marot defends the interpretation of Lenin’s April Theses as the pivotal turning point for the Bolsheviks, countering Lars Lih’s and Eric Blanc’s historical narrative.
The history of the Lanka Sama Samaja Party in Sri Lanka and its leading role in establishing workers’ councils across the public sector in the 1970s.
While I admire the political values of these two scholars, I don’t find either of these books satisfying because they like many other authors perpetuate the romantic view of Ricardo Flores Magón.
Everyone you see in the photo above was kidnapped by Assad forces on March 9-11 in 2013. Exactly 10 years ago. The mother depicted, Rania Alabbasi, was a dentist and Syria’s most famous chess . . .
Starting in April 2021, a bold movement set out to defend Weelaunee Forest in Atlanta, Georgia, where local politicians and corporate profiteers want to build a police training compound known as Cop City. In the following assessment, participants evaluate the strategic hypotheses that the movement has produced and tested over the past two years and reflect on the risks and possibilities of the next phase of the struggle.
Ukraine has long been a victim of Russian imperialism, pre-capitalist, capitalist, Soviet, and then state-capitalist.
Ukraine: Voices of Resistance and Solidarity is a highly commendable work that gives a needed platform to Ukrainian socialists and trade unionists.
Russia’s socialist movement supports Ukraine’s just war of self-defense