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Review of Marx at Margins; Tomonaga Tairako, Ryuji Sasaki, Michio Goto and Takeo Kinoshita

Tomonaga Tairako, Ryuji Sasaki, Michio Goto and Takeo Kinoshita, Posse (Tokyo), Vol. 28 (2016, in Japanese)

Odkryta na Nowo i Uporczywie Aktualna — o Dialektyce w Filozofii i Polityce Swiatowej

This article was originally published in English as “The Rediscovery and Persistence of the Dialectic: In Philosophy and in World Politics,” in Lenin Reloaded: Toward a Politics of Truth, edited by Sebastian Budgen, Stathis Kouvelakis, and Slavoj Zizek (Durham: Duke University Press, 2007), pp. 120-47. The Polish version was published in PraktykaTeoretyczna 20:2, 2016, pp. […]

Easter 1916 at 100: Its Marxian Dimension

What the late British historian Eric Hobsbawm called “the short 20th century” is said to have begun with the Great War of 1914 and ended in 1989-91 with the collapse of the Soviet bloc. This remarkably bloody short century is seen as marked by Nazism, Stalinism, World War II and the Holocaust, and then the Cold War. As Theodor Adorno famously put it after 1945, humanity had experienced “progress,” albeit from the slingshot to the megaton bomb.

Kitabin Künyesi, “Lenin Hegel ve Batı Marksizmi (Eleştirel Bir İnceleme)”

(Turkish) Kitabin Künyesi,  “Lenin Hegel ve Batı Marksizmi (Eleştirel Bir İnceleme),” Insanokur, March 14, 2014 

Haluk Yurtsever, “Hegel ve Lenin Üzerine Kışkırtıcı Düşünceler [Thought Provoking Claims on Hegel and Lenin]”

(Turkish) Haluk Yurtsever, “Hegel ve Lenin Üzerine Kışkırtıcı Düşünceler [Thought Provoking Claims on Hegel and Lenin],” Radikal, Istanbul daily paper, May 14, 2014

Oppose Repression in Turkey

Since the November election, the Erdogan government has launched a near civil war in the predominantly Kurdish regions of southeastern Turkey.  It is seeking to create a climate of fear and repression that will drive out of the legal political process the People’s Democratic Party (HDP), the coalition of leftwing Kurds, Turkish leftists, ecologists, feminists, […]

Afterword to the Japanese Edition of Marx at the Margins — by Tomonaga Tairako and Soichiro Sumida

First published in the Japanese edition of Kevin Anderson, Marx at the Margins(Tokyo: Shakai Hyoron Sha, 2015). PDF

[Persian] ISIS Carnage in Paris Portends Repression in Europe and Intensified War in Middle East

This article was translated into Persian by Samiah Rostampour and published in Critique of Political Economy. The original, entitled “ISIS Carnage in Paris Portends Repression in Europe and Intensified War in Middle East,” was published in the International Marxist-Humanist, November 19, 2015. The Persian translation can be accessed HERE.

[French] Nations, ethnicité et sociétés non occidentales chez Marx: Entretien avec Kevin B. Anderson

Kevin Anderson’s conversation with Benjamin Birnbaum on the themes of Anderson’s Marx aux Antipodes (Marx at the Margins). Originally appeared in Contretemps: Revue de critique communiste (Paris) No. 27 (2015), pp. 143-55

ISIS Carnage in Paris Portends Repression in Europe and Intensified War in Middle East

The November 13 murder of over 130 totally innocent French civilians by criminal jihadists linked to the Islamic State of Syria and Iraq (ISIS) has brought the carnage of Syria and Iraq to the heart of Europe. Operating in three teams, these ISIS members massacred the audience at a rock concert, also attacking a soccer […]