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Tag: Imperialism


“Viva, Viva, Palestina!”

In this photographic essay, journalist Ari Golub depicts the energy, solidarity, and steadfast resolve among protesters at the George Washington University campus, where young people from across the DC area have convened as part of a nationwide movement of student encampment protests calling for a ceasefire in Gaza and university divestment from companies that profit from the Israeli state’s genocide of Palestinians.


The Middle East on a Knife-Edge

Joseph Daher analyzes the Israeli-Iranian conflict in the context of US imperialism and the assault on Gaza. What should the left’s priorities be?


Prelude to a New Imperial Order?

Todd Gordon and Jeffery R. Webber challenge the received view of US global dominance with a dialectical conception of our multipolar geopolitical order.


“Bidenomics” in the International Context

This is the first in a series of articles providing a snapshot of the geopolitical moment from a Marxist perspective. Thomas Hummel analyzes the shift toward escalating conflict between the U.S. and China, and examines the possible outcomes in terms of the global balance of power, the possibilities or difficulties for working class organizing, and the chances of inter-imperialist war. Over the course of the series, Hummel will examine whether this shift is likely to be the basis of a new regime of accumulation or a short blip on the radar—that is, an attempt to engineer something for which there is no material basis in reality.


On the Anti-Racist Revolt in France

Ibrahim Bechrouri analyzes 2023’s summer of anti-racist protest in France, its place in a series of Black, Brown, poor, and working class rebellions, and the French state’s violent repression of the revolt.


A Return on Our Investment

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.


Eastern Europe’s Tragedy

Twentieth century Eastern European history is clear: spheres of influence agreements between imperialist powers intensify reaction and undermine the international left.


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