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Hugo de Camps interviews Søren Mau on his new book Mute Compulsion, a groundbreaking new reading of Marx’s theory of economic power.
Tenant organizers in LA write about the power of abolitionist politics in the fight against displacement in Chinatown.
David Matthews problematizes biological conceptualizations of mental illness under capitalism and outlines a dialectical, historical Marxist approach.
Washington has intervened in Latin America several times since the Monroe Doctrine was established 200 years ago. U.S.-promoted border militarization across the Western Hemisphere is this intervention’s newest evolution.
Ståle Holgersen moves us beyond the stale impasse between degrowth and eco-modernist approaches to eco-socialist strategy.
While incarcerated, Heather Jarvis reflects on bathrooms as formative scenes.
John Clarke explains how Canada’s forest fires are both caused by and contribute to climate change, with its socially unequal and widespread effects.
Sam Friedman and Suzie Kay dive deep into the roots and parallels of the HIV/AIDS and COVID-19 pandemics—and how we should respond to public health emergencies by building communities of care.
Shirin Kamangar analyzes the strengths and the weaknesses of Iran’s movement cycle.
Camila Valle writes about the life and resistance of Shuhada’ Sadaqat/Sinéad O’Connor, and the forces that shaped her, from colonialism to the Catholic Church.