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This months Notes from the Editors takes on the Biden Administrations recently released, a bellicose document that rattles sabers towards the supposed autocracies of Russia and China while reviving the age-old lie of the United States as protector of democracy.more

John Bellamy Foster takes readers back to Marxs understanding of the dialectics of nature and society. As Marx and Engels noted, humanity must not only struggle for the advancement of human freedom, but also the capitalist destruction of the earth. Today, the struggle for freedom and the struggle for necessity coincide everywhere on the planet for the first time in human history, creating a prospect of ruin or revolution.more

A visit to a Venezuelan commune reveals a fascinating look into the creative ways communards forge ways of life in urban centers, and how these projects intersect with the much-needed transformations required for a grassroots and socially integrated ecology.more

The crypto winter, Ramaa Vasudevan writes, is here. Cryptocurrency, far from being a democratizing force in finance, has led to only further concentrations of wealth and power and increased precarity within the financial sector. The recent fall of Sam Bankman-Fried is only the beginning.more

Arianto Sangadji traces the relationship between the state and mining capital in Indonesia throughout the historical capitalist development of the country from Dutch colonialism to the contemporary practices of multinational mining corporations. While these powerful firms have generated significant profits, they are also associated with dispossession, environmental degradation, and ruthless labor exploitation, spurring resistance from the local populations.more

The latest Review of the Month, written by Spanish geologist Carles Soriano, considers the implications of idea of the Capitalocene, the historical determinations affecting the study of the Earth Sciences, and how our views of the current planetary crisis are often shaped by inadequate narratives. Current approaches, he writes are non-dialectic and non-materialist regarding the study of social reproduction modes, and this renders the whole understanding of the planetary crisis not only incomplete but idealist, for the capitalist mode is assumed as absolute rather than historical.more

Anthropocene, Capitalocene, and Other -Cenes: Why a Correct Understanding of Marxs Theory of Value Is Necessary to Leave the Planetary Crisis

The perception that we are living in a critical historical period regarding the conditions of habitability on Earthnot only for humans but for many other living organisms toois gaining more and more adepts among common people, academics, politicians, and social movements. This critical period has been typified as the planetary crisis of the Anthropocene Epoch and studies undertaken in the present century show that habitability on Earth is progressively deteriorating.more

Two years after the peak of the 2020 street protests for reproductive rights in Poland, Magdalena Muszel and Grzegorz Piotrowski explore the movements effects on Polish society. Despite the dissipating energy of the participants and continued intransigence of most major parties, this cycle of protests shifted the values and political preferences of specific gender and age groups, as well as affecting the common perception of protest movements in Poland.more

Bhima Koregaon is that rare sequence in Indian politics today that can challenge reveal the true powers of being able to retroactively change the past in order to liberate the future, much in the manner of Marxs historical materialism. The case, Saroj Giri writes, forces us to revisit the question of historical oppression based on caste from within the present, and beckons us to reject the capitalist accelerationist-futurist progressive politics of much of the left, taking us closer to the class struggle of Marx.more

In this reprint of the February 1994 Notes from the Editors, formerMReditors Harry Magdoff and Paul M. Sweezy ask: The United States could not have won a more decisive victory in the Cold War. Why, then, does it continue to act as though the Cold War is still on?more

Mariko Frame reviewsThe Future is Degrowth: A Guide to the World Beyond Capitalism, by Matthias Schmelzer, Andrea Vetter, and Aaron Vansintjan (Verso, 2022) and its explorations of the policies, vision, and strategies for social change required for the burgeoning movement.more

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How the Workers Parliaments Saved the Cuban Revolution: Reviving Socialism after the Collapse of the Soviet Union

The Dialectics of Dependency: Ruy Mauro Marini

The Fault in Our SARS: COVID-19 in the Biden Era

Washingtons New Cold War: A Socialist Perspective

!Brigadistas! An American Anti-Fascist in the Spanish Civil War

Capitalism in the Anthropocene: Ecological Ruin or Ecological Revolution

Endless Holocausts: Mass Death in the History of the United States Empire

Anne Braden Speaks: Selected Writings and Speeches, 1947-1999

Facing the Anthropocenereviewed in T-Paines Newsletter

RSVP for January 12! Decriminalize the Underclass: Michael Yates to speak at Peter Kwong Immigrant Workers Learning Center

Markets and tech wont solve climate emergency (Foster interviewed for Truthout)

EXCERPT:How the Workers Parliaments Saved the Cuban Revolution

Excerpt: Difference, Exploitation Emancipation (Editor ofThe Dialectics of Dependency, inDecolonizing Then and Now, forthcoming in 2023)

A graphic history of that precursor to the fight against fascism in WWII, the Spanish Civil War (!Brigadistas!reviewed in The Nation)

An immersive narrative and dazzling art (!Brigadistas!reviewed by Comicsgrinder)

WATCH! MR Conversations:!Brigadistas! An American Anti-Fascist in the Spanish Civil War

Disney, Sal, and Pasolinis Inconsumable Art

Anthropocene, Capitalocene, and Other -Cenes: Why a Correct Understanding of Marxs Theory of Value Is Necessary to Leave the Planetary Crisis

The Return of the Dialectics of Nature: The Struggle for Freedom as Necessity

China: Imperialism or Semi-Periphery?

Washingtons New Cold War: A Socialist Perspective

Karl Marxs Ecosocialism: Capital, Nature, and the Unfinished Critique of Political Economy

Nature as a Mode of Accumulation: Capitalism and the Financialization of the Earth

Five Characteristics of Neoimperialism

Marx on Gender and the Family: A Summary

Shelby County v. Holder: How the Supreme Court attacked Black voting rights

Every issue is a disability issue

You should thank this Russian Naval Officer that you and your loved ones are alive today

U.S. justice system trashes diplomatic immunity & rules against Alex Saab, defense working on appeal

Germany could become bankrupt state due to energy spending

Top investigating officer admits Elgar Parishad event had no role in Bhima Koregaon violence

How Netanyahu handed Ben-Gvir the gun to start an annexation war

Ecosocialist Bookshelf, December 2022

Hugo Blanco: Social movements in defense of our territories are our hope

COP27 achieved nothing. No surprise.

Food, Farming, and Africa: An Open Letter to Bill Gates

Capitals attack on nature endangers humanity

Ecosocialist Bookshelf, November 2022

A Land Grant in Maine: The Gift Thats Been Giving Since 1767

Lets Get Serious About Inequality and Socialism

Bernie Sanders Political Revolution

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