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Looking at the pandemic in its wider political context.
In an extract from his new book, Andy Merrifield visits Marx's grave in Highgate Cemetery and argues that his thinking has never been more urgent or alive.
Jacques Ranciere reflects on the end of the Trump presidency and asks how this decline into unreason reconstructed what democracy means
Chris Vials explores the history of fascism under Mussolini and in Latin America to interpret the mayhem at the Capitol on January 6.
Korean trade union leader Kim Jin-suk battles COVID-19, winter, and breast cancer to send a message to profit-making corporations—and keep the promsie of Korea's pro-democracy movement alive.
Keller Easterling, author of Medium Design, surveys the thinkers, ideas and books that have influenced her most recent work, a radical reimagining of what the politics of design can be, and how we can use it.
In an interview Christine Delphy relives the formation of the MLF, the women's liberation movement in France, in 1970, and demands that the struggle continue
The latest episode of the podcast Politics Theory Other, with guest Andreas Malm, author of How to Blow Up a Pipeline.