Introducing our Spring 2018 list! See all our forthcoming books and read exclusive extracts from Eric Hazan, Teresa Thornhill, and our new biography of Karl Marx.
Responses from Wolfgang Streeck, Cédric Durand, Susan Newman, David M. Kotz, Mingqi Li, Mary Mellor, Andrew Ross, Tim Di Muzio, Dario Azzellini, Ying Chen, Richard Murphy, Michael Roberts, Lena Rethel, and Heikki Patomäki.
Macron's supposed "novelty" quite simply consists of removing the semblance of contestation that still existed in the two-party system.
In this 1979 essay, historian Pierre Vilar reconstructs nineteenth- and twentieth-century Marxist theories of the nation — against the claim that they do not exist.
Trump's trash talking is so gratuitously hurtful and so illuminating of how white nationalism works that it is worth lingering on.
Ali Abdullah Saleh is dead, but his politics are very much alive in Yemen.
Angela Davis discusses the development of anti-racist, Marxist feminisms.
Joan Martínez Alier, Stefania Barca, Roberto Sciarelli, Salvatore Engel Di Mauro, Marica Di Pierri and A Sud, and Emanuele Leonardi reflect on the life and work of James O'Connor.
Paris’s candidate dossier for its bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games illustrates how the IOC curtails civil liberties in host countries.
A 2016 book reveals pro-European intellectuals of the 1930s who greeted Nazi invasion as a historic opportunity for their project.