Thomas Riggins concludes his analysis of Lenin's work - State and Revolution
Tag Archive: Global
There's more to life than consumerism. But to find it we need new models of supporting each other, writes George Monbiot.
The difficulty has been distinguishing between simply ageing and those aspects of our world that appear difficult to cope with regardless of age
There are many ways in which numbers assume a significant role in our lives
The threat is serious, the time short
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is a reckless destruction of democratic principles. But we can beat it, writes George Monbiot.
In April 1961, Yuri Gagarin became the first person in space, when Vostok 1 made a successful orbit of the Earth.
The vicious cycle of state and individual terror continues unabated. Marxists have long explained that imperialism and Islamic fundamentalism are two aspects of the same reactionary phenomenon-the decay and decline of capitalism-which threatens to take the whole of humanity down with it.
The global resurgence of violent Islamic fundamentalism can only be circumvented with a full comprehension and acknowledgment of what has historically gone wrong
Part 7 of Eric Toussaint's series 'The banks and the "Too Big to Jail" doctrine'