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Baznegari-ye Vapasin Neveshteha-ye Marx dar bareh-ye Russiyeh

This article was translated into Persian by Hassan Mortazavi and published as a new appendix to the book Marx-e moteakher va rah–e rusi [Marx and the Russian Road], edited by Teodor Shanin [Tehran: Rouzbehan, 2013, pp. 376-87, orig. English edition without Anderson’s appendix, NY: Monthly Review Press, 1983].  Anderson’s original article, entitled, “Marx’s late writings […]

Artesh-e Mesr dar pey-e Forouneshandan-e Enqelab ast

This article was translated into Persian by Mehrdad Emmami and published in Critique of Political Economy. The original, entitled “Egyptian Military Seeks to Extinguish Revolution — by Kevin Anderson,” appeared in English in The International Marxist-Humanist on August 16, 2013. The Persian translation can be accessed HERE.

Egyptian Military Seeks to Extinguish Revolution

On August 14, 2013, Egypt’s military-police apparatus stormed two largely peaceful encampments of the Muslim Brotherhood, using live ammunition and armed bulldozers to kill thousands and injure many thousands more. On that horrific day, the entire revolutionary process that began in 2011 reached a crisis point, one that held the possibility of its unraveling in the face of outright counter-revolution. (French Translation) (Hindi Translation) (Persian Translation)

Marx plus que dans les marges

This article was translated into French and published in La Brêche. It is a translation of the conclusion of Marx at the Margins. The French translation of the conclusion can be accessed HERE

Egyptian Revolutionaries Push Out Islamists, But Face Another Round of Military Rule

June 30, 2013 saw the largest revolutionary popular mobilization in Egyptian history.  On that day, up to 17 million people took to the streets across the country to demand the resignation of the Muslim Brotherhood government of Mohammed Morsi. (This mass outpouring surpassed even those during the 2011 revolution that toppled the Mubarak regime.)  Two […]

Sobre la dialéctica de la raza y de la clase. Los escritos de Marx sobre la guerra civil, 150 años después

This article was translated into Spanish by José Mª Fernández Criado and published in Marismo Critico. The original, entitled ““On the Dialectics of Race and Class: Marx’s Civil War Writings, 150 Years Later – by Kevin Anderson,” appeared in English in The International Marxist-Humanist on October 21, 2011. The Spanish translation can be accessed HERE. […]

Sur la dialectique de la race et de la class. Les écrits de Marx sur la guerre civile, 150 ans plus tard

This article was translated into French by Selim Nadi and published in ContreTemps: Revue de critique communiste (Paris).  The original, entitled “On the Dialectics of Race and Class: Marx’s Civil War Writings, 150 Years Later,” appeared in English in The International Marxist-Humanist on October 21, 2011. The French translation can be accessed HERE.

Moqavemat dar barabar-e Raha’i: Foucault, Marcuse, Marx, va Lahzeh-ye konuni

This article was translated into Persian by Mehrdad Emmami and published on the website Critique of Political Economy. The original, entitled “Resistance versus Emancipation: Foucault, Marcuse, Marx, and the Present Moment,” appeared in English in Logos: a Journal of Modern Society & Culture 12:1 (Winter 2013) and also in the International Marxist-Humanist on March 10, […]

Les postmodernes attaquent Marx à cause de son humanisme. Entretien avec Kevin B. Anderson

This article was translated into French by G. Cluseret and published in Avanti: site animé par des marxistes révolutionnaires. The original, entitled “Interview with Kevin Anderson,” appeared in English in Global Discourse, Vol. I, Issue II (2011). The French translation can be accessed HERE.

Resistance versus Emancipation: Foucault, Marcuse, Marx, and the Present Moment

I. The Changed World of 2011-12 We live in a far different world than just a few short years ago. Not only have we suffered the greatest economic downturn since the 1930s, but we have also witnessed the emergence of new forms of mass struggle. Foremost among these have been the 2011-12 Arab revolutions, still ongoing. Not since 1848 has the world experienced such a wave of revolutions crossing borders in such a short period. Moreover, unlike some of the other democratic upheavals of this century (Iran 2009, Ukraine 2004, [...]