Analysis of the war for Ukraine as the collision of five different types of conflict, distinct in their origins, means and ends, whose interlocking has produced a dangerous escalatory dynamic.
In a landmark analysis, Göran Therborn contextualizes the myriad new lefts that have emerged across the globe since the turn of the millennium.
From primary school to women’s liberation, reflections on learning as struggle and teaching as a way of opening paths through the world.
The victory of Gustavo Petro is a historic breakthrough in a country where independent popular forces have been systematically excluded from formal political representation for two centuries. What lies ahead?
Joseph Conrad’s Nostromo as inaugural reconfiguration of the historical novel, most political of literary forms, in which the world-system of capital rather than the nation state emerges as point of reference.
Anahid Nersessian on Daisy Hay, Dinner with Joseph Johnson. Life and times of the 1790s radical publisher.
Saul Nelson on T. J. Clark, If These Apples Should Fall. Why—and how—Cézanne took visual representation in painting to breaking point.