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The UNITED NATIONS @ 75

Comment by Tetet Lauron, in cooperation with Nadja Charaby and Katja Voigt. “The UN was not created to take mankind into paradise, but rather, to save humanity from hell.” -Dag Hammarskjold, UN Secretary General 1953-1961. This year marks the seventy-fifth anniversary of the United Nations, the institutional bedrock of the...

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THE US-CHINA TRADE WAR

As the US-China Trade War has accelerated, the left has lacked consensus on how to analyze and perceive this critical issue. In this timely publication, Tobita Chow and Jake Werner provide essential context and background for the trade war, showcase the effects of trade war in both countries, and offer a...

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TRANSITION IN TROUBLE?

This new TUED Working Paper explores the current crisis of local, community, and cooperative energy in Europe, where these types of initiatives have made the most progress but now find themselves facing an uncertain future. Authors and TUED organizers Sean Sweeney, John Treat and Irene HongPing Shen explain what happened, and why. Trade Unions for Energy Democracy (TUED) is a multi-partner initiative...
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NEWS / EVENTS

TRANSITION IN TROUBLE?

This new TUED Working Paper explores the current crisis of local, community, and cooperative energy in Europe, where these types of initiatives have made the most progress but now find themselves facing an uncertain future. Authors and TUED organizers Sean Sweeney, John Treat and Irene HongPing Shen explain what happened, and why. Trade Unions for Energy Democracy (TUED) is a...
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NANCY FRASER ON MARX AND FEMINISM


Noted socialist-feminist scholar Nancy Fraser in an interview covering Marx’ and Engels’ view of social reproduction, the tension between class, gender, and race, and the need for a “Feminism for the 99%”.

FEMINIST ACTIVISM IN BRAZIL


Juliana Gonçalves, journalist and feminist activist from São Paulo, Brazil, describes the increasing difficulties and dangers for queer, black and poor women in Brazil under the reign of Jair Bolsonaro. But she also shares strategies to organize across class boundaries and formulate a strong opposition to growing authoritarianism and hostility to women.

Juliana is a co-organizer of the Black Women’s March.

GLOBAL POWER AND RESISTANCE THE FUTURE OF LABOR SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND EMANCIPATION POLITICAL ANALYSIS AND ALTERNATIVES