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In these videos George Monbiot outlines how we can democratise politics and economics, and transfer power back into the hands of the community.
Out of the Wreckage by George Monbiot
"If you’re tired of the tiny seesaw that politics seems to have got itself stuck on, you’ll want to read this." – Brian Eno
Daniel Renwick, a community youth worker who witnessed the Grenfell Tower fire and its aftermath, responds to Andrew O'Hagan's recent London Review of Books feature, The Tower.
Marxist Feminist film scholar Dai Jinhua, one of the preeminent cultural critics of China's New Left, historicizes the rapid cultural and intellectual developments that took place in China during the 1980s and 90s.
A recent call for philosophical debate on gender illustrates how purportedly neutral analyses can be mobilized to reproduce run-of-the-mill transphobia.
We call on the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and its library to reverse the decision to close the Georg Lukács Archives.
“Brave and invaluable.” — Sunday Times
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In the Soviet Union, 1968 marked the end of reformist optimism and the beginning of a more cynical era.