Omar Hassan surveys world politics at the turn of the decade, with a focus on the exhilarating return of mass revolutionary struggle.
Sarah Garnham assesses the new climate movement and makes a case for a revolutionary perspective.
Catarina Da Silva looks at the economic roots of Australia's bipartisan support for the fossil fuels industry, arguing that a timely transition is impossible within capitalism.
Sandra Bloodworth draws on the French experience to refute reformist calls for a revival of Popular Front strategies.
Nick Everett re-examines the Jesse Jackson experience, in the process casting light on debates regarding the candidature of Bernie Sanders.
Tom Bramble draws a snapshot of a stuttering world economy facing multiple constraints on future growth.
In this wide-ranging interview, Gilbert Achcar explores the issues raised by the inspirational return of revolution to the Middle East and North Africa.
Isabelle Garo makes the case for a dynamic application of Marx's method to today's political problems via a critique of Alain Badiou and Laclau and Mouffe.
Shomi Yoon reviews a new work on the rich history of working class anti-war activism in Japan during World War 2.
Ben Reid reviews a newly published work on Indonesia's modern trade union movement.