Category: Socialism

Fernando Vegas: What is Socialism Nowadays (IV)

The Bolivarian Revolution initiated by Hugo Chavez in 1999 clearly opted to undergo political, economic and social changes within the scope of Socialism through a gradual process

Seth Sandronsky: Reading Samir Amin

The two books under review study the economy within the parameters of social change.

Fernando Vegas: What is Socialism Nowadays (III)

A brief review of real socialism that steps out from books to the real world

Giran Ozcan: Emerging Kurdistan: socialist or capitalist?

With a population of over 40 million spread across four countries in the region, the Kurds have been referred to as “the largest nation in the World without a state”

Marta Harnecker: 20th and 21st Century Socialism

Interview on the differences between 20th and 21st century socialism and key strategic issues posed for left-wing movements today

Michael Albert: Socialisms?

New institutions, also established by human beings, can generate vastly superior outcomes. Defining and working to attain those new institutions ought to be our economic agenda

Louis Proyect: Sectarian Delusions on the American Left

Another International Socialist Organization Internal Bulletin has been leaked to the public over on the External Bulletin website

Louis Proyect: Notes on a Staggering ISO

Unfortunately what is missing from this calculation is any understanding that “training” is inimical to the development of Marxist thinkers and activists

Andre Vltchek: Seychelles: A Successful Socialist Country, With Terrible PR

It is rich, stunningly beautiful, and it has the highest UN Human Development Index of the entire continent of Africa. And Seychelles is what could be described as a welfare state, with a guaranteed survival minimum wage, much higher than the average wage in most of the "star capitalist countries” (if one adopts the terminology of the Read more…

James Elliott: A United Syriza Moves Closer To Power

The man who promises to end Greece’s austerity binge and reinvent European socialism for the 21st century has edged closer to power, after the radical left Syriza coalition of 14 parties merged into one unified bloc to fight future elections. Alexis Tsipras, the coalition’s leader, was elected head of the new party with 74% of Read more…

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