In PART 3 of our Race Study, we look at the subjective and objective formation of race relations, from the development of the Welfare State, through the Civil Rights Era, Third World Liberation and other decolonial movements.
Commons Journal, which is based in Kyiv, Ukraine, shared an important letter to the Western left about the changing conditions in the world, and how our analyses must adapt. We are reposting the piece written by Volodymyr Artiukh below. US-plaining is not enough. To the Western left, on your and our mistakes By Volodymyr Artiukh
For the moment, no one can say for sure that they understand the dynamics behind the events at Ft. Hood involving Nidal Hasan. What is clear is that he attacked military personnel whose sole purpose is to kill Arabs and Muslims. This should not be forgotten. He was humiliated and attacked for being Arab and
By Chris Shortsleeve As the crisis in Honduras escalates, as the coup regime enters its fourth month of political power, evicting OAS representatives, barricading the Brazilian embassy, and instituting martial law, it is worth revisiting a question that has not been sufficiently and systematically discussed in left publications – namely, why the seemingly confused policy