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Marx’s theories of alienation, exploitation, class struggle and ideology remain more relevant than ever, but have to be separated from the enormous distortions they have suffered. First appeared in Mainstream Weekly (India), June 1, 2019, here: http://www.mainstreamweekly.net/article8750.html — Editors
Summary: For two years Sweden has debated whether to ratify the UN’s Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. On Friday, July 12, the nation’s Social Democratic minister of foreign affairs announced that Sweden will not sign the treaty. Thousands, both within and outside the Social Democratic Party, expressed disappointment with the decision – Editors.
Summary: Brief outline of the law itself in terms of overcoming the logic of capital and as foundation for the creation of socialism. First appeared in New Politics, Vol. XVII, No. 3, Summer 2019 –Editors
Summary: Author takes her daughter to protest against immigrant detention in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago organized by the Little Village Solidarity Network — Editors
Summary: Today, the US has the most reckless and aggressive regime in its history. A war with Iran, even a “limited” series of airstrikes, could spin out of control, devastating the region and the global economy, with terrible consequences for the people of the world — Editors
Summary: Published as “Letter to My Arab Readers” for the new translation into Arabic, Cairo: Arweqa Institution for Studies, Translation, and Publishing, 2019, translated by Hisham Rouhana. First appeared in English in New Politics Online, June 4, 2019 https://newpol.org/to-the-arab-readers-of-marx-at-the-margins/ — Editors
Summary: On Bolsonaro’s first months as new president, emerged as a response to IMHO’s May Day statement of 2019, here – editors.
Summary: May Day extended into a week of distinctive protests by campus workers, women prisoners, and police reform activists, in resistance to the powers that be — Editors
Summary: May Day statement from Nagpur, India – Editors
Statement of support for Moroccan historian, journalist, and human rights activist Maati Monjib, who has also translated Raya Dunayevskaya’s Marxism and Freedom and works by Victor Serge into Arabic — Editors