June 18, 2021 -தமிழ்மகன் It is no exaggeration to say that the novel ‘Thai’ is a liberation novel about the exploitation of the world’s working people. Today, June 18, 1936, is the anniversary of Maxim Gorky,…Read More June 18: People’s Writer Maxim Gorky Memorial Day
Originally published: Peoples Dispatch along with Carlos Llerena Robles (June 15, 2021) Pedro Castillo of the Perú Libre party has already begun to receive congratulations from around the world. It is beyond doubt that he won the…Read More The coup that is taking place in Peru
Farmers, fishers, women peasants, and land reform advocates protest Duterte’s greed for power and Congress’ railroading of Duterte’s ChaCha that will sell out our national patrimony, land, natural resources, and economy to foreign businesses. Kilusang…Read More Enough of Duterte! No to ChaCha!
A restaurant worker on reopening by Natalia Tylim This article was written by Natalia Tylim in winter 2021 before broad vaccine distribution was on the horizon. While much has changed in the interim months, the underlying dynamics of…Read More The market compels it
BY C.J. Polychroniou, Truthout PUBLISHED June 15, 2021 Massive debt levels are a feature of contemporary capitalism that cannot be eradicated without radical change, says political scientist Éric Toussaint. “The indebtedness of the working classes is…Read More To Address Increasing Inequality and Global Poverty, We Must Cancel Debt
Originally published: Peoples Dispatch by Tanya Wadha (June 10, 2021) Pedro Castillo of the left-wing Free Peru party has won the second round of presidential elections held in Peru on June 6. However, his rival, Keiko Fujimori…Read More Pedro Castillo wins presidential elections in Peru, Keiko Fujimori rejects the results
UMass Amherst Political Economy Workshop Robert Brenner’s talk on “From Capitalism to Feudalism? Predation, Decline and the Transformation of U.S. Politics” at the UMass Amherst Political Economy workshop (04/27/2021) hosted by Isabella Weber. The graphs…Read More Robert Brenner: From Capitalism to Feudalism?
Last Sunday, I got to participate in a discussion that took place in person. A student born and raised in Norway presented his youthful study entitled ‘Liberation Struggle in a Divided Tamil Nation’. The student…Read More Thought of going to Vaikundam in the sky
Posted Jun 13, 2021 by Andy Merrifield Since the October Revolution, Marxism has experienced almost as many crises as capitalism itself. Crises are Marxism’s bread and butter, if not its chalk and cheese. Meltdowns of capitalism usually come…Read More Lefebvre and Althusser: reinterpreting Marxist humanism and anti-humanism