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Tunis bar labeyeh tiq (Persian translation of Tunisia on Razor’s Edge after Assassination of Chokri Belaid)

This article was translated into Persian by Farzaneh Raj and published on the website Critique of Political Economy. Anderson’s original article, “Tunisia on Razor’s Edge after Assassination of Chokri Belaid,” appeared in English in the International Marxist-Humanist on February 13, 2013.  The Persian translation can be accessed HERE. Doc file can be downloaded HERE.

Tunisia on Razor’s Edge after Assassination of Chokri Belaid

The cowardly assassination of Chokri Belaid has thrown Tunisia into its biggest crisis since the overthrow of the Ben Ali regime in 2011. Gunned down as he left his home on the morning of February 6, apparently by Islamist militants, Belaid was one of the country’s most famous labor lawyers and leftist leaders. Known for having defended the Gafsa phosphate miners against state repression after their 2008 strike under the old regime, Belaid had been a prominent member of the secular left for decades. He was a lifelong Marxist who [...]

Los postmodernos atacan a Marx por ser un humanista. Entrevista a Kevin Anderson

This article was translated into Spanish by Jordi Mundó and published in Sinpermiso. Rahmani’s “Interview with Kevin Anderson” appeared in English in the International Marxist-Humanist (reprinted from Global Discourse) on December 6, 2011. The Spanish translation can be accessed HERE.

Marxism va Ensan Gara’i: Goftoguy Ayob Rahmani ba Kevin Anderson

The English version, “Interview with Kevin Anderson,” appeared in the International Marxist-Humanist (reprinted from Global Discourse) on Dec. 6, 2011. PDF

Portuguese Translation of “Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln,’ Karl Marx, and the Second American Revolution”

This article was translated into Portuguese by Sylvia Nerina and published in Vermelho (Brazil). Anderson’s original article, Spielberg’s “Lincoln,” Karl Marx, and the Second American Revolution, appeared in English in the International Marxist-Humanist on December 19, 2012. The Portuguese translation can be accessed HERE.

French Translation of “Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln,’ Karl Marx, and the Second American Revolution”

This article was translated into French by Sylvia Nerina and published in Avanti: Site animé par des marxistes révolutionnaires (Belgium). Anderson’s original article, Spielberg’s “Lincoln,” Karl Marx, and the Second American Revolution, appeared in English in the International Marxist-Humanist on December 19, 2012. The French translation can be accessed in HERE.

Spanish Translation of “Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln,’ Karl Marx, and the Second American Revolution”

This article was translated into Spanish by Gustavo Buster and published in Sinpermiso (Spain).  Anderson’s original article, “Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln,’ Karl Marx, and the Second American Revolution,” appeared in English in the International Marxist-Humanist on December 19, 2012. The Spanish translation can be accessed HERE.

Persian Translation of “Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln,’ Karl Marx, and the Second American Revolution”

Persian translation by Farzane Raji of Kevin Anderson’s article, “Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln,’ Karl Marx, and the Second American Revolution,” which originally appeared in the International Marxist-Humanist on December 19, 2012. لینكلن اسپیلبرگ، كارل ماركس و انقلاب دوم امریكا / كوین آندرسن ترجمه فرزانه راجی

Persian Translation of “U.S Voters Repudiate Far Right, But Still Face Austerity Capitalism Under Obama”

Persian translation by Abtin Derafsh of “U.S Voters Repudiate Far Right, But Still Face Austerity Capitalism Under Obama.” رای‌دهنده‌گان امریكائی دستِ ‌رد به‌سینه‌ی راستِ افراطی می‌زنند،اما هنوز تحت ِدولتِ اوباما با سرمایه‌داری ریاضتی روبه‌‌رو هستند  

Spielberg’s “Lincoln,” Karl Marx, and the Second American Revolution

Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” zeroes in on a single, crucial month of the U.S. Civil War, a conflict that amounted to a second American revolution. In January 1865, as the Union victory over the Confederacy is just months away, President Abraham Lincoln decides to push through the Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S Constitution, abolishing slavery unconditionally and without compensation to the slaveowners. This is a far different Lincoln than the candidate of 1860, who refused to campaign as an abolitionist, or the president who delayed issuing the Emancipation Proclamation until almost [...]