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Contents (ISJ 109, Winter 2006)

109

1

dec 05

 

Jim Wolfreys: France in revolt: 1995-2005

109

3

dec 05

 

‘In recent years,’ remarked the sociologist Emmanuel Todd in November 2005, ‘French political life has been nothing but a series of catastrophes. And each time the ruling class’s lack of legitimacy becomes more flagrant’.

 

Abdellali Hajjat: The politics of the banlieues: The riots did not take place in a 'political desert'

109

21

dec 05

 

The deaths on Thursday 28 October 2005 in Clichy-sous-Bois north east of Paris) of two French kids of immigrant workers, Zyad Benna and Bouna Traoré, set off riots in working class outer city areas (banlieues) that have been the most significant (both geographically and symbolically) in the history of France.

 

Dossier: Reform and revolution in Venezuela

109

31

dec 05

 

"In the laboratory of the revolution" – An interview with Marta Harnecker
"A view from the top" – Interview with José Vincente Rangel
Venezuela: A glossary of terms
"The Party of Revolution and Socialism" – Interview with Stalin Perez Borges
"Socialism for the 21st century and the Latin American revolution"
"Manifesto of the popular organisations"

 

Anne Ashford: Resistance and sectarianism in Iraq

109

57

dec 05

 

Haifa Zangana and Sami Ramadani answered questions from Anne Ashford on the situation in Iraq as the third anniversary of the occupation approaches.

 

Chris Harman: China’s economy and Europe’s crisis

109

69

dec 05

 

The message is repeated over and over again: ‘Europe has to change because of the rise of China and India.’ To question it, as the majority of French people did in last year’s referendum and millions of Germans in the general election, is supposed to be like saying the Earth is flat.

 

Chris Nineham: Anti-capitalism, social forums and the return of politics

109

91

dec 05

 

Six years after its coming out party at Seattle, the anti-capitalist movement faces its biggest challenges yet.

 

Roberto Robaina: Gramsci and revolution: a necessary clarification

109

109

dec 05

 

The name of Antonio Gramsci is regularly invoked internationally by people looking for a version of Marxism that avoids references to revolution. Roberto Robaina challenges this approach, criticising fellow Brazilians who use it.

 

Neil Faulkner: Crusade and jihad in the medieval Middle East

109

127

dec 05

 

The debate about the Iraq war echoes with references to the conflict eight centuries ago between Christian Crusaders from Western Europe and the Islamic people of the Middle East. These echoes raise questions for socialists. How accurate is the traditional image of the Crusaders as chivalrous knights inspired by piety? Is there something inevitable and eternal about conflict between ‘the West’ and ‘the Orient’? To what degree can the conflicts of the medieval past inform our understanding of the present and provide a guide to action for the future?

 

Joseph Choonara: Empire built on shifting sand

109

143

dec 05

 

The last few years have not been kind to Antonio Negri. Empire, his most famous book, produced in collaboration with Michael Hardt, heralded the death of imperialism.
Artiklen er oversat til dansk og kan læses på Marxisme Online: Imperiet bygget på flyvesand.

 

Owen Miller: North Korea’s hidden history

109

153

dec 05

 

Recent writing on North Korea from South Korea’s internationalist left

 

Neil Davidson: Book review: There’s no place like America today

109

167

dec 05

 

A review of V G Kiernan: "America: The New Imperialism—From White Settlement to World Hegemony" with a preface by E J Hobsbawm and an epilogue by J Trumpbour (Verso, 2005), £15, and Neil Smith: "The Endgame of Globalization" (Routledge US, 2005)

 

Talat Ahmed: Book review: Rigour against communal dogma (India)

109

171

dec 05

 

A review of Romila Thapar, Somanatha: "The Many Voices of a History" (Verso, 2005), £17

 

Angie Gago: Book review: Contested paths (Latin America)

109

175

dec 05

 

A review of James Petras and Henry Veltmeyer: "Social Movements and State Power: Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Ecuador" (Pluto Press, 2005), £17.99

 

Mike Haynes: Book review: Taking precautions (global warming)

109

177

dec 05

 

A review of Andrew Simms: "Ecological Debt: The Health of the Planet and the Wealth of Nations" (Pluto Press, 2005), £12.99 + Steven P McGiffen: "Biotechnology: Corporate Power Versus Public Interest" (Pluto Press, 2005), £15.99

 

Neil Davidson: Book review: Scotland: almost afraid to know itself?

109

179

dec 05

 

A review of Gregor Gall: "The Political Economy of Scotland: Red Scotland? Radical Scotland?" (University of Wales Press, 2005), £19.99

 

John Parrington: Book review: Brain food

109

181

dec 05

 

A review of Steven Rose: "The 21st Century Brain" (Jonathan Cape, 2005), £25 + Terrence Deacon: "The Symbolic Species" (Norton, 1998), £8.99

 

Chris Harman: Book review: Shedding new light on the Dark Ages

109

187

dec 05

 

A review of Chris Wickham: "Framing the Early Middle Ages: Europe and the Mediterranean, 400-800" (Oxford, 2005), £85

 

Chris Harman: Pick of the quarter

109

192

dec 05

 

A regular survey of articles which readers will find useful. Some, although by no means all, are available on the web.

 

Leo Panitch + Sam Gindin: Feedback: ‘Imperialism and global political economy’—a reply to Alex Callinicos

109

194

dec 05

 

We appreciate the attention that Alex Callinicos is giving to our work (International Socialism 108), and are especially pleased that he sees it as a ‘useful corrective’ to his earlier ‘mistaken claim’ that the end of the Cold War would see a return to the old inter-imperial rivalries.

 

Mark Thomas: Feedback: Transport and climate change—a reply to James Woodcock

109

200

dec 05

 

In International Socialism 108 James Woodcock took issue with some of Paul McGarr’s arguments about the role transport under capitalism plays in the growing threat of climate change (see International Socialism 107). In particular, James offers some sharp criticisms of the idea that public transport is the solution to the environmental and other costs of transport under capitalism.

 

Notes on contributors

109

206

dec 05

 

Joseph Choonara: Imperiet bygget på flyvesand

109

143

dec 05

 

De seneste par år har ikke været gode ved Antonio Negri. Imperiet[1], hans mest berømte bog, lavet i samarbejde med Michael Hardt, bebudede imperialismens død.
Oversat fra Empire built on shifting sand (ISJ 109).

 

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