An introduction to Lenin and Leninism

We are marking the hundredth anniversary of Lenin’s death by reprinting an essay by American socialist historian Paul Le Blanc, in which he explains the different components of what has come to be called ‘Leninism’.

rs21 – the first ten years

For the tenth anniversary of the launch of rs21, Jonny Jones reflects on a decade of activity, our ups and downs, challenges and achievements, and considers our hopes for the future.

Global crises and global revolts

Shireen Akram-Boshar on multiple global crises and revolts, signalling rising popular rage against the neoliberal capitalist order

Without organisation, we have nothing: building a rank and file organisation in schools

After a momentous year of workplace struggles, rs21 teachers discuss the need for ongoing rank and file organisation across schools
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Review | Ben Lewis, ‘Karl Kautsky on Democracy and Republicanism’

Is it time to re-evaluate renegade Kautsky? Andreas Chari reviews a new collection.

A small earthquake in Chile, 1970-73

Mike Gonzalez writes about the 1973 coup in Chile and the lessons it offers for the struggle for socialism today.
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‘Troublemakers at Work’: Why trade unions need a militant rank-and-file

'Troublemakers' brought trade unionists and activists together to discuss the importance of a militant rank-and-file.

Ende Gelände ‘System Change Camp’ report

The recent environmental justice movement camp held in Germany demonstrates the importance of building international networks in the climate movement.

Capitalism cannot save us from the climate crisis

The pursuit of profit and economic growth is pushing us beyond safe limits of global heating, biodiversity loss and ocean acidification.

A World to Win: rs21 All Member Assembly report

rs21 organised A World to Win as part of our All Member Assembly. We discussed the new right, climate breakdown and the strike wave.