Syriza’s left-wing critics are misguided: Syriza’s programme is moderate enough to win support, while containing within it the seeds of its own radicalisation.
What are the limitations of the liberal reformism of figures like Joseph Stiglitz and Thomas Piketty? And how can the radical left push beyond it to a truly socialist alternative?
The past decade has seen a focus on intersectionality as a way of capturing how people experience multiple oppressions, but both intersectionality and self-organisation have the capacity to be co-opted by the neoliberal project. Without knowledge of the historic tensions between race, class, and gender, we cannot determine the destiny of workers’ resistance.
With economic difficulties mounting and dissent in the ranks, is the government of Nicolás Maduro living up to Hugo Chávez’s legacy?
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A populist anti-capitalism is the only way the left – including the centre left – can meaningfully respond to the rise of UKIP.
A report on the London launch of Podemos (literally ‘We Can’), a new political party in Spain that has radically reshaped its political landscape.
In the second of a two part interview, Will Davies discusses the innovations of the Chicago School and the question of how we might begin to move beyond neoliberalism.
In the first of a two part interview, Will Davies discusses his book ‘The Limits of Neoliberalism’.
A report and analysis of Demand the Impossible, a summer school on radical politics and activism for working class young Londoners.