Tag: Global South
Loubna Qutami writes of the Zionist assassination of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Aqleh, whose represented hope in the face of settler colonial fragmentation.
Three Sudanese leftists reflect on the state of the Resistance Committees that formed in the 2018 revolution.
How should we understand the election of Boric in relation to the social explosions of October? Jeffrey R. Webber makes sense of the Chilean scene.
How should we understand October’s military coup in Sudan? And what is left of the resistance in the wake of the 2018-19 movement?
Taking Wang Fanxi’s analysis of Chinese Trotskyism as his point of departure, Promise Li argues that recovering dissident Marxisms is essential for the contemporary project of challenging bureaucratic cooptation of working-class struggles.
Over a year after the explosion in Beirut, Joseph Daher explains why Lebanon’s neoliberal sectarian parties are likely to maintain their hegemony.
Nandita Sharma responds to Neil Braganza’s review of her book Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants
Twentyt years after 9/11, Deepa Kumar explores the image of the Muslim woman animating imperial feminism.
Part II of a two-part dialogue between Critical China Scholars and Spectre
Ashley Smith interviews Marxist economist Michael Roberts about the deeper reasons for capitalism’s contemporary malaise, the shape and contradictions of the recovery, and debates between Marxists and Keynesians about the ability of government spending to restore growth and profitability to capitalism.