Ernest Mandel’s book is a study of Eurocommunism unlike any other. Written in the polemical tradition of Trotsky, its sweep extends well beyond the...
In this dramatic, month-by-month chronicle of a tumultuous period, Boris Kagarlitsky bears witness to the eruption of open political discussion in the Soviet Union during the 'hot summer' of 1988.
Why did Hungarian socialism—the most innovative in the Eastern Europe—fade away so easily?
“Very learned, very informative.”—Victor Kiernan
A Yugoslavian’s analysis of her country’s descent into violence.
A lively and informed reflection on the experience of black people in Britain.
Examining class struggle and workers’ movements in modern Russia.