Category: Socialism

Chris Williams: Can Bolivia Chart A Path Away From Capitalism?

Arguably, no other country thus far in the 21st Century raises the question of an “exit strategy” from neoliberal capitalism more concretely, and with greater possibility and hope, than Bolivia

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Jérôme Roos: Socialism or Barbarism

The Real Two-Speed Europe Emerges

Sebastian Budgen: Greece: Phase One

Syriza is the Left’s best chance at success in a generation. But for socialists, the hard part starts after election day

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Kshama Sawant: A Socialist response to Obama’s “State of the Union” address

Socialist Alternative member and Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant gave a socialist response to President Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Address

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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

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Seth Sandronsky: Reading Samir Amin

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

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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”

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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

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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

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