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International Socialism
(Series 2)

CONTENTS BY ISSUE
(Winter 2003 – Spring 2016)
(Under Construction)


No. 101, Winter 2003
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
JIM WOLFREYS
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
MIKE LAVALETTE
SAM ASHMAN
ROB HOVEMAN
ANDREW STONE
MARK THOMAS
JANE HARDY

Women’s liberation today, by Lindsey German

The politics of food, by Carlo Morelli

BOOK REVIEWS

In the middle way, by Colin Barker

The self conscious critic, by Rob Hoveman

All praise the market! by Phil Marfleet

FEEDBACK

The Jubilee and the Apocalypse: a reply, by Neil Faulkner


No. 102, Spring 2004
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
JIM WOLFREYS
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
MIKE LAVALETTE
SAM ASHMAN
ROB HOVEMAN
ANDREW STONE
MARK THOMAS
JANE HARDY

The hijab, racism and the state, by Antoine Boulangé

Globalisation against development, by François Chesnais

The rise of capitalism, by Chris Harman

Refounding further, by Fausto Bertinotti (interview)

BOOK REVIEWS

The state of the union, by Jane Hardy

Imperialism: just a phase we’re going through? by Judy Cox

Reclaiming Sartre, by Rebecca Pitt

FEEDBACK

All praise war! by Nigel Harris


No. 103, Summer 2004
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

China’s century? by Charlie Hore

India after the elections: a rough guide, by Chris Harman

A band of brothers? by Michael Bradley

In perspective: Judith Butler, by Rachel Aldred

Brian Manning and the dialectics of revolt, by James Holstun

BOOK REVIEWS

Roman history from below? by Neil Faulkner

When Rosmer reviewed Cliff, by Ian Birchall

Stalin’s Satellites in Europe, by Alfred Rosmer


No. 104, Autumn 2004
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANTI-CAPITALISM FIVE YEARS AFTER SEATTLE

Spontaneity, strategy and politics, by Chris Harman

NGOs: enemies or allies? by Ji Giles Ungpakorn

Venezuela: many steps to come, by Mike Gonzalez

BOOK REVIEWS

Isaac Deutscher: the prophet, his biographer and the watchtower, by Neil Davidson

A truly human culture, by Gareth Jenkins

Hidden jewels from the Balkans, by Mike Haynes

Islam through the looking-glass, by Anne Alexander

Digging deeper, by Chris Harman

Pick of the quarter, by Chris Harman


No. 105, Winter 2005
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

Iraq: The rise of the resistance, by Anne Alexander & Simon Assaf

Workers, women and the Islamic republic, by Elaheh Rostami Povey (interview)

The birth of our politics: Marxists and the 1905 Revolution, by Mark Thomas

Trade Unions: Back from the brink or still on the margins? by Gregor Gall

Trade Unions: Politics and the struggle, by Martin Smith

Rifondazione’s U-turn, by Fabio Ruggiero

Extracts from Bertinotti’s Theses

The history of an argument, by Chris Harman

Mulk Raj Anand: novelist and fighter, by Talat Ahmed

Marxism on the web, by Martin Empson

BOOK REVIEWS

The false promise, by Sabby Sagall

Empty method man, by Chris Harman

Dylan’s back pages, by Pat Stack

Marx or the multitude? by Joseph Choonara

A life on the left, by Paul Blackledge

Contested values, by Chris Harman

A highly successful school

Pick of the quarter, by Chris Harman


No. 106, Spring 2005
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

IMPERIALISM’S NEW FAÇADE

Introduction, by Chris Harman

The elections and the resistance in Iraq, by Anne Alexander & Simon Assaf

Egypt: the pressures build up (interview)

BRITAIN AFTER EIGHT YEARS OF BLAIR

Introduction, by Chris Harman

The changing structure of the British economy, by Jane Hardy

The working class, by Jacob Middleton

Blair’s vision for education: business, business, business, by Terry Wrigley

Urban landscapes, by Alex Law & Gerry Mooney

Labour’s organic crisis, by Charlie Kimber

Respect: the record so far

Can we change the world without taking power? by John Holloway & Alex Callinicos (debate)

Looking for an alternative, by Mike Gonzalez

Venezuela: inside the Bolivarian revolution. by Roland Denis (interview)

Che and the socialist tradition: a reply to Mike Gonzalez, by Fernando Lizárraga

Emin matters, by John Molyneux

BOOK REVIEWS

Cities in revolt, by Esme Choonara

Militant Dubliners, by Kieran Allen

Barcelona class war, by Andy Durgan

More than Culloden, by Angus Calder

Caught in a trap, by John Game

Forgotten subversives, by Chris Harman

The other Moses, by John Rose

I’m all lost in the supermarket, by James Woodcock

Where Capital came from, by Judy Cox

PICK OF THE QUARTER

Pick of the quarter

FEEDBACK

A question of perspective, by Daphne Lawless


No. 107, Summer 2005
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

Votes of no confidence, by Chris Harman

How France’s referendum caught fire, by Jim Wolfreys

Manufactured revolutions? by Dragan Plavsic

THE STRANGLING OF AFRICA

The Strangling of Africa

Redesigning the debt trap, by Gavin Capps

Aid, governance and exploitation, by Charlie Kimber

Africa: There is fire here, by Peter Dwyer

Who are the Commission for Africa?

Trading on poverty, by Jacob Middleton

Capitalism and climate change by Paul McGarr

Sartre’s century, by Ian Birchall

Latin America’s new ‘left’ governments, by Claudio Katz

China’s strike wave, by Simon Gilbert

BOOK REVIEWS

Rediscovering the revolution, by Mike Haynes & Megan Trudell

More than the mosque, by Hassan Mahamdallie

It can’t stop Blair, by Mike Haynes

Pioneer of liberation, by Hazel Croft

From markets to massacres, by Dragan Plavsic

Digging the wrong way, Helen Salmon

Picking up the pieces, Tony Staunton

Booms, slumps and theory, Chris Harman

Novel insights, Esther Leslie

A fighter who got lost, John Newsinger

PICK OF THE QUARTER

This quarter’s selection, by CH

WEB UPDATE

The new debt trap finalised, by Gavin Capps


No. 108, Autumn 2005
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

Three faultlines, by Chris Harman

EUROPE: BIRTH OF A NEW LEFT

France: the triumph of the political, by Stathis Kouvélakis

Germany: the rise of the left, by Stefan Bornost

A note on the Dutch referendum, by Pepijn Brandon

Poland and the new Europe, by Jane Hardy & Andy Zebrowski

The rise of Solidarnosc, by Colin Barker

Respect: the view from below, by Ian Taylor

Bolivia: the rising of the people, by Mike Gonzalez

The left and the crisis of the Lula government, by Paulo Trinidade, Rui Polly & Sérgio Dominguez

Imperialism and global political economy, by Alex Callinicos

Critical notes on Edward Said, by Irfan Habib

Making sense of socialism today, by Chris Harman

1905: The consciousness factor, by Pete Glatter

Pierre Broué: A rare combination, by Ian Birchall

BOOK REVIEWS

When history failed to turn, by Neil Davidson

Winning and losing, by August Nimtz

Putting Marx back in the picture, by Judy Cox

Half-explaining the crisis, by Chris Harman

Mujahideen on mopeds, by Anne Alexander

Engaging culture, by Gareth Jenkins

An inferior brew, by John Newsinger

Pick of the quarter, by CH

FEEDBACK

Transport and climate change, by James Woodcock


No. 109, Winter 2006
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

France in revolt: 1995–2005, by Jim Wolfreys

The riots did not take place in a ‘political desert’, by Abdellali Hajjat

Dossier: Reform and revolution in Venezuela

Resistance and sectarianism in Iraq, by Haifa Zangana & Sami Ramadan (interview)i

China’s economy and Europe’s crisis, by Chris Harman

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

Gramsci and revolution: a necessary clarification, by Roberto Robaina

Crusade and jihad in the medieval Middle East, by Neil Faulkner

Empire built on shifting sand, by Joseph Choonara

North Korea’s hidden history, by Owen Miller

BOOK REVIEWS

There’s no place like America today, by Neil Davidson

Rigour against communal dogma, by Talat Ahmed

Contested paths, by Angie Gago

Taking precautions, by Mike Haynes

Scotland: almost afraid to know itself? by Neil Davidson

Brain food, by John Parrington

Shedding new light on the Dark Ages, by Chris Harman

Pick of the quarter, by CH

FEEDBACK

‘Imperialism and global political economy’ – a reply to Alex Callinicos, by Leo Panitch & Sam Gindin

Transport and climate change – a reply to James Woodcock, by Mark Thomas


No. 110, Spring 2006
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

The faultlines grow deeper, by Chris Harman

Nepal on the brink, by Yuri Prasad

Venezuela: the popular movement and the government, by Roland Denis

The Bolsheviks and Islam, by Dave Crouch

Marxism and terrorism, by Gareth Jenkins

Enlightenment and anti-capitalism, by Neil Davidson

Pakistan: on the edge of instability, by Geoff Brown

Mao out of context, by Charlie Hore

The light that hasn’t failed, by Kevin Murphy (interview)

The anger and ethics of Manuel Vázquez Montalbán, by Mike Eaude

BOOK REVIEWS

Where it came from, by Mike Haynes

Structures and agencies, by Chris Wickham

Actually existing capitalism, by Sue Sparks

The haunted battlefield, by Owen Miller

What Marx really said, by Simon Basketter

Beyond the Subalterns, by Talat Ahmed

Hunting the heretics, by Graham Mustin

Pick of the quarter, by Chris Harman

FEEDBACK

Making sense of imperialism: a reply to Leo Panitch and Sam Gindin, by Alex Callinicos


No. 111, Summer 2006
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

Analysis: Springtime in Europe

Analysis: New Labour’s meltdown?

Analysis: Taking on the multinationals in Bolivia

Analysis: The battle over Venezuela’s union

France’s extraordinary movement, by Annick Coupé & Marie Perrin

Germany’s strategy debate, by Christine Buchholz, Volkhard Mosler & Maya Mosler

Italy: an uncertain victory, by Danilo Corradi, Brune Seban & Barbara de Vivo

The hidden history of US radicalism, by Megan Trudell

Cuba behind the myths, by Chris Harman

What was done, by Paul Blackledge

The origins of capitalism, by Chris Harman & Robert Brenner

Seventy years after the Spanish Civil War, by Andy Durgan (interview)

BOOK REVIEWS

Trotsky for the 21st century, by Judy Cox

A light in the dark pools of squalor, by Kieran Allen

Poisoned fruit of patriotism, by Andy Strouthous

72 days that shook the world, by Chris Nineham

Been here before, by John Newsinger

Israel’s advocates in the dock, by Ruth Tenne

PICK OF THE QUARTER

Pick of the quarter, by Chris Harman


No. 112, Autumn 2006
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

The painful passing of Tony Blair

Hizbollah and the war Israel lost, by Chris Harman

SURVEY

Greece’s student movement, by Panos Garganas

South Korea: the view from the left, by Choi Il-bung & Kim Ha-young (interview)

Morales and the Bolivian state, by Crawford Spence & Mark Shenkin

The split in the Scottish Socialist Party, by Mike Gonzalez

1956 AND THE REBIRTH OF SOCIALISM FROM BELOW

1956 and the rebirth of socialism from below

Suez and the high tide of Arab nationalism, by Anne Alexander

Hungary: workers’ councils against Russian tanks, by Mike Haynes

The New Left’s renewal of Marxism, by Paul Blackledge

Memories of a seminal year, by Stan Newens

C.L.R. James: the revolutionary as artist, by Christian Høgsbjerg

BOOK REVIEWS

The real Simon Bolivar, by Andy Brown

What is fascism?, by Jim Wolfreys

Deciphering the past, by Megan Trudell

Beyond the Pankhursts, by Judy Cox

Trotsky slandered, by John Molyneux

Delving behind the screen, by Chris Nineham

Hidden communities, by John Newsinger

Carnival, march, riot, by Neil Davidson

Imagining other worlds, by Michael Löwy

Between ritual and revolt, by Chris Harman

PICK OF THE QUARTER

Pick of the quarter, by CH

FEEDBACK

Feedback: Cuban myths, by Samuel Farber


No. 113, Winter 2007
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

The wounded beast – the US’s crisis in Iraq, by Chris Harman

In the name of decency: the contortions of the pro-war left, by Richard Seymour

Rifondazione votes for war, by Megan Trudell

The shape of the working class, by Martin Smith

Ken Livingstone – the last reformist? by Charlie Kimber

Muslim working class struggles, by Hassan Mahamdallie

Snapshots of capitalism today and tomorrow, by Chris Harman

The return of strategy, by Daniel Bensaïd

The French Revolution is not over, by Neil Davidson

BOOK REVIEWS

Wet Blunkett, by John Newsinger

Dialectics of morality, by Chris Harman

Important signpost, by Andrew Murray

When Reason was revolt, by Chris Harman

Not just opium, by Paul Blackledge

The state of revolutions, by Joseph Choonara

Questioning post-Fordism, by Paul Blackledge

PICK OF THE QUARTER

Pick of the quarter, by Chris Harman

FEEDBACK

Feedback: 1956 and Labour, by Barry Conway


No. 114, Spring 2007
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

Surging out of control

Latin America: the return of Popular Power

‘Iraq is not a communal war’, by Sami Ramadani (interview)

Signposts on the road to disaster, by Martin Empson

Socialists and Scottish Independence, by Neil Davidson

Northern Ireland: The death of radical republicanism, by Kieran Allen

Northern Ireland: the privatisation of peace, by Goretti Horgan

LGBT politics and sexual liberation, by Colin Wilson

Reality TV: the Big Brother phenomenon, by Colin Sparks

GRAMSCI’S REVOLUTIONARY LEGACY

Introduction

Gramsci: the Turin years, by Megan Trudell

Hegemony and revolutionary strategy, by Chris Bambery

Gramsci, the Prison Notebooks and philosophy, by Chris Harman

Gramsci’s Marxism and international relations, by Adrian Budd

BOOK REVIEWS

Stronger than the wall: Gareth Dale’s trilogy on East Germany, by Mike Haynes

Liberté, fraternité, closed-shoppité, by John Newsinger

Hot stuff: coming to terms with nature, by Martin Empson

The struggle and the scrum, by Paul Blackledge

Reasonable ideology? Negri’s Descartes, by Dan Swain

Brzezinski’s bunker, by Richard Seymour

No more heroes, by Robert Jackson

Forgotten treasure: a new biography of Grossman, by Chris Harman

Chartism’s hidden history, by Judy Cox

The bear facts: new books on Russia, by Pete Glatter

Leninism with reservations, by Mark Thomas

PICK OF THE QUARTER

Pick of the quarter, by CH


No. 115, Summer 2007
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

Britain after Blair

Sarkozy: the French Thatcher?

Greece: waves from the student struggle, by Nikos Loudos

What really ended slavery? by Robin Blackburn (interview)

Nandigram and the deformations of the Indian left, by Aditya Sarkar

GORDON BROWN

Brown’s Journey from Reformism to Neoliberalism, by John Newsinger

New Labour’s economic “record”, by Chris Harman

José Carlos Mariátegui: Latin America’s forgotten Marxist, by Mike Gonzalez

At an impasse? Anti-capitalism and the social forums today, by Alex Callinicos & Chris Nineham

France at the crossroads, by Antoine Boulangé & Jim Wolfreys

The rate of profit and the world today, by Chris Harman

The superpower’s shopfloor, by Kim Moody (interview)

A revolution in paint: 100 years of Picasso’s Demoiselles, by John Molyneux

The literature of a ravished continent: Achebe, Sembène and Ngugi, by Ken Olende

BOOK REVIEWS

Snobs and snappers, by Andy Jones

An abstract view of the past, by Matt Perry

Stalin’s Irish victims, by Paul O’Brien

The making of an agitator, by Chris Bambery

New Left Review: The search for theory, by Ian Birchall

The merchant and the Middle Ages, by Chris Harman

Professor Jekyll and Comrade Hyde, by Viren Swami

Persian proletariat, by Naz Massoumi

A handbook for activism, by Katherine Connelly

Revamping old formulas, by Iain Ferguson

Marx’s “transformation” made easy, by Joseph Choonara

PICK OF THE QUARTER

Pick of the quarter, by CH


No. 116, Autumn 2007
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

Market turmoil: the shape of the chaos to come?

Where will the Brown bounce land?

The shifting fronts of Bush’s war

THE RETURN OF THE WORKING CLASS

Introduction

South Africa: rebirth of a mass movement, by Claire Ceruti

Egypt’s strike wave, by Sameh Naguib (interview)

Can we write the history of the Russian Revolution?, by Kevin Murphy

The uncertain return of Russian power, by Mike Haynes

Germany’s political earthquake, by Stefan Bornost (interview)

Gordon Childe and Marxist archaeology, by Neil Faulkner

Venezuela – tensions within the process, by Mike Gonzalez (interview)

“On the menu or at the table”: corporations and climate change, by Gareth Dale

The Dutch Revolt: a social analysis, by Pepijn Brandon

Theses on realism and film, by Mike Wayne

BOOK REVIEWS

Iraq’s women: more than victims, by Anne Alexander

Last writings of the party favourite, by Donny Gluckstein

Exposing the myths of Bush’s wars, by Sadie Robinson

Debray’s memoirs: tears of a clown, by Ian Birchall

Accounting for the environment, by Paul McGarr

Saull’s Cold War: not such hot stuff, by Adrian Budd

Passionate impasse: subaltern studies, by Barry Pavier

Campbell’s blood money, by John Newsinger

Workers’ power under global capitalism, by Ben Selwyn

The rubbish barons, by Martin Empson

Shedding some light on Lenin, by Chris Harman

Return of the one-state solution, by Jonathan Maunder

Rising of the oppressed: the second Intifada, by Ruth Tenne

Paris 1961: a hidden massacre, by Tom Whittaker

Sci-fi and struggle, by Matthew Beaumont

Hello Lenin, goodbye Lenin! by Vladimir Unkovski-Korica

PICK OF THE QUARTER

This quarter’s selection


No. 117, Winter 2008
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

The misery of New Labour

Pakistan: over the edge?

Lessons from Venezuela’s referendum

The credit crunch, by Costas Lapavitsas (interview)

The crisis in Respect, by Chris Harman

The united front, by Joseph Choonara

Slums, resistance and the African working class, by Leo Zeilig & Claire Ceruti

Theorising neoliberalism, by Chris Harman

Neoliberalism, happiness and well-being, by Iain Ferguson

Reimagined Communities, by Neil Davidson

Shakespeare, literary history and Marxism, by Joe Hartney

BOOK REVIEWS

Pioneers of internationalism, by Ian Birchall

Revolution and reaction in Spain, by Chris Ealham

The economics of barbarism, by Donny Gluckstein

Tales from the land of the Basques, by Joe Linehan

Religious persuasion?, by John Rose

Chartism in one town, by Keith Flett

How humans make themselves, by Paul Blackledge

Lenin’s Petrograd, by Ken Olende

Marx misconstrued, by Dan Swain

Rescuing history, by Matt Perry

Catalonian conflicts, by Andy Durgan

Culture purged of revolution, by Mike Haynes

PICK OF THE QUARTER

This quarter’s selection


No. 118, Spring 2008
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

The Iraq surge: glossing over the long defeat, by Simon Assaf

New life for the new left, by Ian Taylor

Scotland’s new road to reform? by Neil Davidson

From the credit crunch to the spectre of global crisis, by Chris Harman

1968: AN EXTRAORDINARY YEAR

Timeline

Archive: Forty years for Pandora, by David Widgery

May 1968 across the decades, by Matt Perry

Unfinished business: Martin Luther King in Memphis, by Brian Kelly

Seizing the time: Tony Cliff and 1968, by Ian Birchall

When old Labour went to war, by John Newsinger

EGYPT’S STRIKE WAVE

Inside Egypt’s mass strikes, by Anne Alexander

A new workers’ movement: the strike wave of 2007, by Mustafa Bassiouny & Omar Said

China’s growth pains, by Charlie Hore

Michel Foucault: friend or foe of the left, by Colin Wilson

The first emperor and after: analysing Imperial China, by Simon Gilbert

BOOK REVIEWS

Gender, class and liberation, by Sue Sparks

Another memorable year, by Pete Jackson

Right enemy, wrong strategy, by Martin Empson

Returning to the Russian question, by Chris Harman

Exposing racism, by Sadie Robinson

Capital and classroom, by Andy Stone

Imperialism and homophobia, by Colin Wilson

Slam on the brakes, by Rachel Aldred & James Woodcock

A flawed vision, by Vladimir Unkovski-Korica

Gramsci goes global, by Bob Fotheringham

Reserve army on the march, by George Paizis

Putting the social back into history, by Mark O’Brien

Why millions are on the move, by Phil Marfleet

Won’t get fooled again? by Jim Wolfreys

India today, by Barry Pavier

PICK OF THE QUARTER

This quarter’s selection, JC & CH


No. 119, Summer 2008
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

The politics of a double crisis

Britain’s resurgent Tories

Italian lessons

Greece – a very different picture, by Panos Garganas (interview)

Livingstone pays the price for “triangulation”, by Charlie Kimber

Behind the world food crisis, by Carlo Morelli

More than opium: Marxism and religion, by John Molyneux

China, Tibet and the left, by Charlie Hore

Zimbabwe: imperialism, hypocrisy and fake nationalism, by Leo Zeilig

Benjamin’s emergency Marxism, by Chris Nineham

Karl Marx, Abram Leon and the Jewish Question – a reappraisal, by John Rose

FEEDBACK

The world economy – a critical comment, by Jim Kincaid

Misreadings and misconceptions, by Chris Harman

Some notes on the crunch and the crisis, by Fred Moseley

BOOK REVIEWS

What’s wrong, and what can be done, by Paul McGarr

Not all farmers were bad ..., by John Newsinger

The party that never was, by Kim Moody

Where we came from, by Peter Wearden

Politics without enough economics, by Adrian Budd

Under pressure, by Sheila Cohen

Organic intellectual, by Alan Kenny

Valuable but flawed, by Mike Haynes

A Marxist look at the legions, by Steve Roskams

PICK OF THE QUARTER

This quarter’s selection, by CH & JC


No. 120, Autumn 2008
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS

Four unknowns and a certainty

New Labour pains

Dented hegemony and Georgia’s nasty little war

Latin America and the future of the Farc, by Mike Gonzalez

Korea’s summer of discontent, by Kim Kwang-il (interview)

Afghanistan: the case against the “good war”, by Jonathan Neale

A crisis for the centre of the system, by Andrew Kliman

Snapshots of union strengths and weaknesses, by Chris Harman

Where is the radical left going? by Alex Callinicos

Decyphering The Internationale: the Eugène Pottier code, by Donny Gluckstein

Marxism and ethics, by Paul Blackledge

A fiftieth birthday for Marxist theory, by Ian Birchall

Philadelphia Wobblies, by John Newsinger

BOOK REVIEWS

Practising Marxist archaeology, by Neil Faulkner

Zionism under the microscope, by John Rose

Aid for Spain, by Andy Durgan

The tragedy of Iraq’s Communists, by Anne Alexander

Hidden histories of sexuality, by Colin Wilson

Taking the care out of social care, by Helen Davies

Still fighting old battles, by Andy Zebrowski

A study in African resistance, by Colin Barker

The rise of the modern state, by Pepijn Brandon

PICK OF THE QUARTER

This quarter’s selection, by JC & CH

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