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Oppressor and Oppressed Nations: Sketching a Taxonomy of Imperialism

If we want to combat imperialism – which is necessary to combat capitalism – we need to have an understanding of what it looks like, how it functions, and where we need to hit it.
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Getting on with the Game

A review of Jonathan Matthew Smucker's "Hegemony How-To: A Roadmap for Radicals".

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Activists in the Philippines and the Mindanao Crisis

The Philippine Local Autonomous Network (LAN) wants to provide support for people displaced due to the armed conflict in the country’s south.

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Fuck History: Are Greek Anarchists Leading the Way?

A review of Nicholas Apoifis's "Anarchy in Athens: An Ethnography of Militancy, Emotions and Violence".
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Remembering Gustav Landauer

The Gustav Landauer monument in Munich will be reerected in June 2017, while a new initiative demands another in Berlin.

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Communism for Kids Prompts Right-Wing Media Frenzy

The recently released book “Communism for Kids” has become the target of an alt-right online campaign.

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U.S. Anarchists: Idiots or Inspirators?

A review of Andrew Cornell's "Unruly Equality: U.S. Anarchism in the 20th Century".
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Criticism and Self-Criticism for Anarchists

A review of Matthew Wilson's "Rules Without Rulers: The Possibilities and Limits of Anarchism".
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Berlins Taiga

An antifascist football supporter as Soviet history tour guide.
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Global Workers' Struggles Beyond Unions?

A review of Immanuel Ness's "Southern Insurgency: The Coming of the Global Working Class".
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