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Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 86

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Editorial (ISJ 86, Spring 2000)

86

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John Charlton: Talking Seattle

86

3

mar 00

 

The events in Seattle at the end of last year marked a turning point for a generation of activists. The 'Seattle effect' has reverberated across the globe. John Charlton posted a questionnaire on the internet in the weeks following the protests. The responses he received from people who took part in the Battle of Seattle form the basis of an exciting piece that gives us a taste of the enormity of what really happened when 'we' shut down the World Trade Organisation (WTO).

 

Abbie Bakan: After Seattle: the politics of the World Trade Organisation

86

19

mar 00

 

Abbie Bakan explores the background of the Seattle protests by looking at the history of the WTO and the prospects for challenging it.

 

Mark O’Brien: In perspective: Susan George

86

37

mar 00

 

An insight into the intellectual basis of the Seattle protests is given by Mark O’Brien, as he looks at the life and work of campaigner and economist Susan George.
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Rob Ferguson: Chechnya: the empire strikes back

86

51

mar 00

 

The new world order behind the WTO has shown its ugly face in Russia's bloody war against Chechnya. Rob Ferguson provides us with a Marxist analysis of the power struggle in the region and the fight against Russian imperialism.

 

Lindsey German: The Balkans' imperial problem

86

71

mar 00

 

Lindsey German revisits the Balkans and gives an overview of the history of the Balkan question in a review of Misha Glenny's "The Balkans" 1804-1990.

 

Megan Trudell: The Russian civil war: a Marxist analysis

86

83

mar 00

 

The Russian civil war shook the imperialist powers of the time, but the real story of the Bolshevik victory has been shrouded in myth. Megan Trudell vindicates the strategy and tactics of the Bolsheviks and sets her account of the civil war in the context of the ongoing crisis of the world system.

 

Robin Blackburn: Reviewing the millennia (Chris Harman: "A People's History of the World")

86

119

mar 00

 

Robin Blackburn, editor of New Left Review, reviews Chris Harman's 'A People's History of the World'.

 

Jim Wolfreys: In defence of Marxism (Georg Lukács: "A Defence of 'History and Class Consciousness': Tailism and the Dialectic")

86

125

mar 00

 

A newly discovered work by Georg Lukács, unearthed from the Communist Party archives in Moscow

 

Judy Cox: Can capitalism be sustained? (David Harvey: "The Limits to Capital")

86

139

mar 00

 

David Harvey is well known as the author of the influential 'The Condition of Postmodernity' and before that as a champion of Marxist economics. The publication of a new edition of 'The Limits to Capital' marks the revival of interest in Marxist accounts of capitalism.

 

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