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  • Debate : Fascism Is Not Simply Imposed From Above

    Décembre 2019, par Ania Loomba and Partha P. Chakrabartty — NEWS AND ANALYSIS,
    It is time to call this regime by its name. What we are seeing is not procedural or substantive fascism; this is fascism. We woke up today to professor Arjun Appadurai's insightful piece in The Wire, where he identified that the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill (CAB) is an ‘innovation' that marks a (...)
  • 35th Anniversary of Bhopal Disaster – Problem is Systemic

    Décembre 2019, par Rahul Varma — NEWS AND ANALYSIS
    “People are suffering. People are dying. Entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction, and all you can talk about is money, and fairy tales of eternal economic growth. How dare you?” While those impassioned words from Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg (...)
  • Why a ’Green New Deal’ Must be Decolonial

    Décembre 2019, par Vijay Kolinjivadi — NEWS AND ANALYSIS
    The Green New Deal will not work unless it dismantles neocolonial structures exploiting nature and people. Discussions of a Green New Deal (GND) have been all the rage these days, as hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets around the world to demand action on climate change. First (...)
  • The Struggle Against Climate Change and the Need for Ecology

    Décembre 2019, par Donald Cuccioletta — NEWS AND ANALYSIS
    The position paper by Donald Cuccioletta titled “The Capitalist Crisis and The Case for Eco Socialism” will consist of four articles, which will touch the different crises that are weakening and creating an opportunity for the radical left to advance a strategy that will promote class struggle, (...)
  • Origins of the Crisis : On the Coup in Bolivia

    Novembre 2019, par Robert Cavooris — NEWS AND ANALYSIS,
    Regarding recent events in Bolivia, some things are simple: Was it a coup? Yes. On Sunday, November 10, the commander-in-chief of Bolivia's armed forces, General Williams Kaliman, publicly told Evo Morales, a constitutionally elected president, that he ought to resign for the good of the (...)

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