Is there a “Left perspective” on the US-China rivalry?
A century of complex relations between Communists and workers in China
The essential account of the South Korean 1980 pro-democracy rebellion
The words of China’s most famous political prisoner
An extraordinary, ambitious, globe-spanning novel about what we owe our consciences
What happened to the left in Russia?
A magisterial history of resistance to the rising of the British empire
A major new contribution to the study of China’s revolutions and counterrevolutions over the past century
A sweeping account of imprisonment—in time, in language, and in a divided country—from Korea’s most acclaimed novelist
"Well sourced and artfully crafted, offering a comprehensive history of India’s ideology” – Jacobin
A global future in the history of a single village
The story of Japan’s forgotten radical 1968
“As compassionate as it is trenchant, this rare fiction is an illuminating guide through the great disorder of our times.” —Pankaj Mishra
From Spartacus to the Shoe-Thrower of Baghdad
How rebellious colonies changed British attitudes to empire
How the West’s obsession with Vladimir Putin prevents it from understanding Russia
A first-hand account of the complex, bloody history of Myanmar and the origins of the ethnic cleansing of the Rohingyas
Nominated for the Man Booker International, Eka Kurniawan brings his short stories into English for the first time
Seventy years after the Chinese Revolution of 1949, what remains of Mao’s communist legacy?
How poetry and revolution meshed in Red China