Our biospheric breakdown is not a tragedy but a crime—a crime so egregious that we must raise our collective fist in righteous anger.
Nandita Sharma responds to Neil Braganza’s review of her book Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants
John Clegg and Adaner Usmani respond to Norton and Stein’s critique of their analysis of the rise of mass incarceration.
Part II of a two-part dialogue between Critical China Scholars and Spectre
Part 1 in a dialogue between Critical China Scholars and Spectre editors.
Gavin Walker discusses the history and state of Marxist theory in Japan from the early 20th century to the present day.
Spectre editor David McNally confronts the new reformism, calling for radical honesty as we assess the meaning of revolution today.
Jeffrey Webber reviews Joseph Andreas’ Prix Goncourt-winning novel about a French communist who joins the Algerian resistance.
What can the longest sit-in ever to take place in a federal building teach us about the intersection of racism and ableism?