Le « Brexit » – soit la sortie de la Grande-Bretagne de l’Union Européenne – a déclenché un véritable séisme politique et économique. Néanmoins, en vue de l’accentuation continue de la crise, il convient de s’interroger tant sur la campagne du « Brexit » elle-même que sur ses conséquences, afin d’en tirer des conclusions sur le futur de l’Union et son immense instabilité.
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USA: anger explodes at police murder in Minneapolisle 29. mai 2020 à 8:41
The racist capitalist system has yet again produced the same tragedy—right down to the pleading final words shared by both George Floyd and Staten Island’s Eric Garner. This has sparked some of the largest protests the Minneapolis area has ever seen, and similar actions have already spread to other cities like Los Angeles and Memphis.
Algeria: where next for the Hirak movement?le 29. mai 2020 à 8:00
The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is just beginning to be felt in Algeria. Earlier this month, the government announced that the national budget would be slashed in half due to the global collapse of oil prices. Simultaneously, the much-discredited government is cynically manoeuvring to bury the popular Hirak movement under the cover of this healthcare crisis. But this coronavirus has brought to the fore the contradictions of a bureaucratically-ruled country, corrupted to the core by ‘le pouvoir’. These repressive measures cannot be allowed to asphyxiate the militant mood for change that has once again gripped the country.
Marxism, the State, and the Tributary Mode of Productionle 28. mai 2020 à 16:39
In this article, Josh Holroyd discusses the so-called Tributary Mode of Production, which has gained traction in academic circles as an alleged ‘update’ to Marx’s conception of historical development. However, a close inspection of this theory, its method and origins reveals less a development of Marxism than a retreat from it, in the face of attacks from its reactionary opponents in the universities.