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Online Resources – Marxism

Online Resources – Marxism

A collection of resources introducing, and exploring, Marxism and how it relates to Politics and International Relations.

The Failed Coup in Turkey: Prolonged Conflict in the State Apparatus

The Failed Coup in Turkey: Prolonged Conflict in the State Apparatus

Contrary to the hegemonic paradigm that has portrayed the military as an elitist institution, this paper considers civil-military relations as a field of class struggle.

On Capitalism and Racism

On Capitalism and Racism

Building a global movement for a nonracist, nonsexist egalitarian and ecologically sustainable society is the only way forward for a better world beyond capitalism.

Review – A Hidden History of the Cuban Revolution

Review – A Hidden History of the Cuban Revolution

Drawing on exceptionally rare collections, Cushion’s revealing study is the first to place working people at the center of a political project forged in their name.

Review – Globalization and Capitalist Geopolitics

Review – Globalization and Capitalist Geopolitics

Focusing on tensions between economic transnationalization and the persistence of inter-state rivalry, Woodley poses challenging questions for all perspectives in IR.

Review – Globalisation and the Critique of Political Economy

Review – Globalisation and the Critique of Political Economy

An impressive contribution to debates over how to interpret Marx which speaks authoritatively on issues such as Marx’s supposed Eurocentrism.

Review – Marx’s Concept of The Alternative to Capitalism

Review – Marx’s Concept of The Alternative to Capitalism

An unusually clear and fertile book which demonstrates that, contrary to popular and scholarly opinion, Marx did have a coherent concept of the postcapitalist future.

Interview – Susan Spronk

Interview – Susan Spronk

Professor Spronk discusses Latin American ’21st Century Socialism’, reflects on struggles against water privatization, and assesses the role of the BRICS in world order.

Review – How the West Came to Rule: The Geopolitical Origins of Capitalism

Review – How the West Came to Rule: The Geopolitical Origins of Capitalism

Using fresh theoretical tools and analysis to challenge the received wisdom of capitalist development, this title will be of considerable use to a variety of scholars.

Image by Michael Hardt

Interview – Michael Hardt

Michael Hardt discusses the changing forms of global structures since writing Empire with Negri and the interactions between social movements, politics and academics.

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After Crisis: A Marxist Take on Capital and Labour after the Financial Crisis

As the cases of Sweden and the UK show, regardless of the uneven structures and development of capitalism, there has been an attack on labour by capital after the crisis.

Review – The Routledge Companion to Ethics, Politics and Organizations

Review – The Routledge Companion to Ethics, Politics and Organizations

This Routledge volume provides an excellent overview of how organization theorists are searching for post-communist paradigms to contest the march of neoliberalism.

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