Tag: Political economy
Part two of Sean Larson’s reconstruction of the failed German Revolution of 1923, and the episode’s lessons for revolutionaries today.
Part one of Sean Larson’s reconstruction of the failed German Revolution of 1923, and the episode’s lessons for revolutionaries today.
Michael Roberts responds to Seth Ackerman’s sprawling critique of Robert Brenner.
Hugo de Camps interviews Søren Mau on his new book Mute Compulsion, a groundbreaking new reading of Marx’s theory of economic power.
Ashley Smith interviews Michael Roberts about the system’s seemingly intractable crisis, the looming threat of war between great powers, and the desperate need for international working-class solidarity against militarism.
Verónica Gago develops the theory and strategy of the feminist response to neoliberalism in Latin America.
In this interview, Michael Roberts discusses both mainstream and Marxist explanations for the current global slump, and how the left should be responding to it.
Shireen Akram-Boshar interviews Sharif Kouddous about Egyptian political prisoner and hunger striker Alaa Abd el-Fattah.
Yuliya Yurchenko situates the ongoing conflict in its broader political economic conflict, arguing for a decolonial approach to understanding the war.
Two comrades from India weigh in on the conflagration in Ukraine