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Contents (ISJ 145, Winter 2015)

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jan 15

 

ISIS and counter-revolution: A Marxist analysis

 

Contributors (ISJ 145, Winter 2015)

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jan 15

 

Alex Callinicos: Analysis: Britain and the crisis of the neoliberal state

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jan 15

 

Antonio Gramsci writes: The “normal” exercise of hegemony on what has become the classic terrain of the parliamentary regime is characterised by the combination of force and consent that balance each other in various ways ...

 

Manel Barriere + Andy Durgan + Sam Robson: Analysis: The challenge of Podemos

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jan 15

 

The emergence of so-called populist parties as a response to increasingly discredited political elites is a European-wide phenomenon. In most cases these parties have emerged on the right, if not the far-right. Not so in the Spanish state where Podemos, after barely ten months in existence, appears to be undermining the whole political set up in place since the end of the Franco dictatorship in the late 1970s.

 

Ron Margulies: Analysis: Dances with Wolves: Turkey and the Kurds

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Republic Day is celebrated with great pomp and outpourings of state-sponsored nationalism in Turkey every 29 October. Moscow-style military parades, boy scouts and girl guides and school delegations carrying huge Turkish flags used to roam through all the country’s cities until recent years.

 

Anne Alexander: ISIS and counter-revolution: towards a Marxist analysis

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jan 15

 

Four years after the Arab revolutions of 2011 the hopes that the uprisings kindled seem to have been all but extinguished. Libya, Syria and Iraq present grim variations on the theme of “failed states”. Meanwhile, a United States-led military coalition of Western powers and their Arab allies is back in action in northern Iraq and Syria, justifying their intervention with the same “humanitarian” rhetoric that provided cover for the catastrophic occupation of Iraq after 2003.

 

Phil Marfleet: An end to isolation? Palestine and the Arab revolutions

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On 9 November 2014 Palestinian activists in villages near Jerusalem made a symbolic breach in Israel’s apartheid wall, their way of marking the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The Palestinian Popular Resistance Committees said: “No matter how high walls are built, they will fall. Just as the Berlin Wall fell, the wall in Palestine will fall, along with the occupation”.

 

Simon Assaf: Bassem Chit’s critique of Arab nationalism

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Before his sudden death in October 2014 at the age of 34, Lebanese revolutionary socialist Bassem Chit fired the first salvo in what he hoped would be a far reaching debate on the problems of the left exposed by the Arab Spring in general, and the revolution in Syria in particular.

 

Bassem Chit: Nationalism, resistance and revolution

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The reduction of current struggles in Lebanon and Syria in particular, and across the Middle East in general, to purely abstract nationalistic, sectarian and “identitarian” dimensions is one of the dominating features of the analytical and methodical logic of the Arab nationalist and Stalinist left.

 

Simon Joyce: Why are there so few strikes?

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jan 15

 

This article addresses a key issue for socialists: the current low level of strikes.

 

Chris Fuller: The mass strike in the First World War

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The enthusiasm with which Rosa Luxemburg wrote about the mass strikes that hit Russia in 1896-7 and 1902 to 1905 leaps from the pages of her booklet, The Mass Strike.

 

Alex Callinicos: Feedback: Anti-politics and the social illusion: A reply to Tietze and Humphrys

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169

jan 15

 

The debate about contemporary “anti-politics” raises important issues, although in my view to frame it in these, sometimes theoretically inflated, terms is misleading. So what is at stake? We are witnessing around the world very widespread disaffection with, not simply established parties, but also the political system that they help constitute. This disaffection embraces a variety of electoral rebellions, and it has also been one of the driving forces in some of the most significant mass movements of recent years.

 

Terry Sullivan: Dialectical biology: A response to Camilla Royle

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179

jan 15

 

The concept of dialectics is central to Marxism and the fight for a socialist transformation of society. Given this, we should welcome Camilla Royle’s recent article in this journal on the dialectics of nature and in particular biology.

 

Christian Høgsbjerg: Book review: A spectacular corner of history: writing the Haitian Revolution

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195

jan 15

 

A review of Philip Kaisary, The Haitian Revolution in the Literary Imagination: Radical Horizons, Conservative Constraints (University of Virginia Press, 2014), £25.50

 

Ken Olende: Book review: The Comintern and the African Atlantic

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jan 15

 

A review of Hakim Adi, Pan-Africanism and Communism: The Communist International, Africa and the Diaspora, 1919-1939 (Africa World Press, 2013), £28.99, and Holger Weiss, Framing a Radical African Atlantic: African American Agency, West African Intellectuals and the International Trade Union Committee of Negro Workers (Brill, 2013), £170

 

Camilla Royle: Book review: Change the world, not the climate

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213

jan 15

 

Naomi Klein, This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs the Climate (Simon & Schuster, 2014), £20

 

Chris Newlove: Book review: Living Leninism

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216

jan 15

 

Paul Le Blanc, Unfinished Leninism: The Rise and Return of a Revolutionary Doctrine (Haymarket, 2014), £12.99

 

Sam Strudwick: Book review: Organising health workers

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218

jan 15

 

Jane McAlevey, Raising Expectations (and Raising Hell): My Decade Fighting for the Labor Movement (Verso, 2014), £9.99

Jane McAlevey’s book, Raising Expectations (and Raising Hell), on the American labour movement is inspiring. This is a gutsy account of building union organisation with a real feel for life on the shop floor. She brings her own wealth of organisational experience to bear to argue how rank and file mobilisation is central to winning.

 

Martin Upchurch: Book review: Management and race

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David R Roediger and Elizabeth D Esch, The Production of Difference: Race and Management of Labor in US History (Oxford University Press, 2014), £16.99

 

Alex Callinicos + Camilla Royle: Pick of the quarter: This quarter’s selection

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jan 15

 

New Left Review – American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly – Irish Marxist Review – Critical Muslim – Human Geography – London Review of Books

 

Interview: Mexico in flames: The challenges facing the movemen

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The disappearance in September of 43 students from the Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers’ College of Ayotzinapa in Iguala in the state of Guerrero, after the police had shot six people dead, has thrown Mexico into a deep crisis. Mass protests have swept across the country, peaking in a giant demonstration in Mexico City on 20 November 2014.

 

28 February Day school: China, World Capitalism and Workers’ Resistance

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jan 15

 

A one day Conference Hosted by International Socialism

 

Debate on 25th February: Syriza and Socialist Strategy

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jan 15

 

Hosted by International Socialism
Wednesday 25 February 2015, 7pm

with Stathis Kouvelakis, member of Syriza’s central committee and Alex Callinicos, editor, International Socialism

 

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