Sandra Bloodworth introduces the contents of the third issue of the journal.
Phil Griffiths explores the origins and ongoing realities of anti-Japanese bigotry in Australia.
In part one of a two-part series, Tony Sullivan draws on Hegel and Lukacs to defend the crucial concepts of historical materialism, labour and truth against the post-structuralists.
Anne Picot debunks the commonly held idea that the USSR was an example of a planned economy.
Mick Armstrong dismantles the romanticism surrounding Makhno with a study of his activity during the Russian Civil War.
David Glanz responds critically to Tom O'Lincoln's piece on Mariategui in the previous edition of the Socialist Review.