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Against Discouragement - HOWARD ZINN Interviewed by David Barsamian

by Horward Zinn

Howard Zinn, professor emeritus at Boston University, is perhaps this country's premier radical historian. He was born in Brooklyn in 1922. His parents, poor immigrants, were constantly moving to ...


Further Reflections on Violence By Oscar Guardiola-Rivera

by Oscar Guardiola-Rivera

When confronted by the usual line of questioning about the ‘totalitarian’ potential of universal truths, I’m often reminded of the following joke: a group of tourists go on holidays ...


Sri Lanka's Common Future by Pradeep Jeganathan

by Pradeep Jeganathan

“Every prospect pleases, but only man is vile” goes the racist, colonial refrain, which is still the dominant ‘international’ framing of ‘news’ of the coveted pear...


Gayatri Spivak, Interviwed by Oscar Guardiola-Rivera

by Gayatri Spivak

Oscar Guardiola-Rivera: At this point in your life, in your career, how would you cast yourself?   Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak: I have always had great difficulty casting myself, surely it is ot...


Socialism of the 21st Century

by Alvaro Garcia Linera - V...

Companeros and Companeras: Permit me to bring you the most affectionate and fraternal greetings from our president Evo Morales. He has followed this continental gathering step by step, has followed yo...



by Qalandar Bux Memon

First Historical Note by way of Prologue 'Those who sow should eat' [Jo kheray so khai] - this was the slogan upon which the radical and revered Sufi poet Shah Inayat set up, in the 18th cent...


Israel's Bankrupt Politics

by John Chalcraft

To this historian of empire, the Israeli onslaught on the captive Palestinians of Gaza strikingly recalls the tactics of colonial counterinsurgency, as recent research by Laleh Khalili at SOAS unde...


Scoundrel times: Paris, Baghdad, Lahore...Interview with TARIQ ALI

by Tariq Ali

    Qalandar Bux Memon and Jacopo Moroni in conversation with Tariq Ali:         Jacopo Moroni – Mr. Ali, we would like to begin by...


Janam's Commitments

by Vijay Prashad

    On January 4, 1989, Jana Natya Manch (Janam) convened at Jhandapur village, on the outskirts of Delhi, to complete an interrupted play. Three days before, Janam began to perform thei...


To be or not to be is not the question – On Beckett’s Film

by Simon Critchley

  We never know self-realization. We are two abysses – a well staring at the sky. (Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet)   Samuel Beckett wrote just once for the cinema.&n...

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