Omar Hassan analyses the economic, political and social dynamics unleashed by the pandemic.
Marxist historian Sandra Bloodworth commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Commune, recounting the breathtaking events and providing an assessment of their ongoing political significance.
Jordan Humphreys offers a Marxist explanation of Indigenous oppression today.
Mick Armstrong surveys the many debates that emerged during the founding of the CPA, drawing out lessons for contemporary revolutionaries.
Tess Lee Ack revisits some highlights of militant struggles by teacher unions in Australia.
Rick Kuhn explores the debates about crisis theory among Marxist economists, focusing in particular on the work of Henryk Grossman.
Terry Irving looks at the life of Vere Gordon Childe, and explores the reasons for his suicide.
Liz Ross reviews Terry Irving's new book on the life and thought of Vere Gordon Childe.
Ryan Stanton reviews Alan Wood's recent book, a Marxist analysis of World War I.
Diane Fieldes reviews Sam Oldham's book about radical Australian trade unionism in the 1970s.
Emma Norton reviews Brian Toohey's book about the making of Australia’s security state.
Ian Birchall reviews the final Notebooks of Victor Serge, written between 1936 and 1947.
Marxist historian Sandra Bloodworth commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Commune, retelling the breathtaking events as well as providing an assessment of their political significance.