Tag: revolution

Ecological politics and revolutionary strategy

Harry H reflects on ecological politics and revolutionary strategy in a Nakba day talk at the Warwick encampment

Remembering the Portuguese Revolution

Marxist historian Raquel Varela remembers the Portuguese revolution of April 25 1974 and its aftermath

rs21 updates its ‘About Us’ statement

The new rs21 'about us' - how the membership designed the new statement

Review | The State and Revolution

Lenin's The State and Revolution is one of the most important books he ever wrote, a restatement and rediscovery of the revolutionary understanding of the state.

Global crises and global revolts

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

The Neil Davidson Lecture 2023: Uneven and combined development in Neil Davidson’s work

Raquel Valera on Neil Davidson's contribution to the theory of uneven and combined development and revolution.

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.

London in revolt – revisiting the English Civil War

Andrew Stone looks at a new history of the origins of the English Civil Wars, finding an engaging account of the class character of the process which ultimately saw Charles I executed. London may not...

The union of women and the Paris Commune

An account of the Women's union of the Paris Commune, extracted from Mark Winter's forthcoming book 'Turbulent Women'