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class struggle

"Of course Europe must take responsibility"

THE GREEN EUROPE: "European Green Deal" is reminiscent of the UN's first climate report 30 years ago, says Margrete Auken in the European Parliament. "When it comes to the climate, we can not wait to invent something smart. We have to act now ", she says to MODERN TIMES.

Class struggle or nationalism?

Joseph Confavreux: Le fond de l'air est jaune. Comprendre une révolte inédite

YELLOW VEST: The speed with which Macron has been burned out testifies to how deep a crisis the national democracies in Europe are in.

Poor people, unite you – across racialization

Sylvie Laurent: King and the Other America. The Poor People's Campaign and the Quest for Economic Equality

ECONOMIC INequality: In an era where anti-racism is being demarcated as identity politics and white poor are accused of blaming Trump, it is helpful to be reminded of Martin Luther King's attempt to bridge the gap against racism and economic inequality.

A French philosopher in the archives of the counter-revolution

The ungovernable society: A genealogy of authoritarian liberalism: Grégoire Chamayou

: Chamayou's latest book is an in-depth analysis of the liberal art of government.

Social class Marx did not predict

Gérard Duménil and Dominique Lévy: Managerial Capitalism: Ownership, Management and the Coming New Mode of Production

: The mode of production of our time has not two, but three classes: the capitalists, the working class and the leaders. 

To understand Hezbollah

Sarah Marusek: Faith and Resistance: The Politics of Love and War in Lebanon

: Hezbollah has Islamized the class struggle. Faith gives strength to an ignored population, concludes author and researcher Sarah Marusek after two years of ethnographic fieldwork in Lebanon.

Racism and class struggle

David Roediger: Class, Race, and Marxism

"Only a radical abolition of the structural conditions for the exclusion of workers – black and white – will be able to slow down the ongoing social exclusion process in the United States," historian David Roediger claims in a new book.