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THE ISLAND IS AN ISLAND AGAIN

By Johanna Bussemer. From the destructive policy of austerity that was put in place in southern Europe, the war in Ukraine, which was directly caused by the EU Association Agreement, the failure to address migration properly, the thousands of deaths in the Mediterranean resulting from the EU’s policy of isolation, and the...

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REINVENTING DEVELOPMENT

By Barbara Adams and Karen Judd. Since the United Nations’ founding 70 years ago, UN reform has been on the table—and, indeed, the institution has undergone several phases of reform. What is meant by reform, however, varies greatly depending on who is raising the issue. While there is no question that the UN is in need...

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WE ARE UNSTOPPABLE, ANOTHER WORLD IS POSSIBLE

Since its initial meeting in Porto Alegre, Brazil in 2001, the World Social Forum (WSF) has acted as a gathering place for activists, civil society and social movements to debate, dialogue and develop alternatives to neoliberalism. Indeed, many contemporary social movements and left governments have their roots in the WSF process, and in its 15 years, it has been able—as the organizers claim—to “build together in a movement of international solidarity a better world founded on social and...
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WE ARE UNSTOPPABLE, ANOTHER WORLD IS POSSIBLE

Since its initial meeting in Porto Alegre, Brazil in 2001, the World Social Forum (WSF) has acted as a gathering place for activists, civil society and social movements to debate, dialogue and develop alternatives to neoliberalism. Indeed, many contemporary social movements and left governments have their roots in the WSF process, and in its 15 years, it has been...
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RISING INEQUALITY IN CANADA


Trish Hennessy, Director of the Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives in Toronto, provides an insightful overview of why inequality has risen sharply in Canada, its impacts, and why Canadians should be concerned.

THE REEMERGENCE OF ROSA LUXEMBURG


With Jason Schulman (Lehman College, CUNY), Neferti X. M. Tadiar (Barnard College), Raphaële Chappe (Brooklyn Institute for Social Research), and Stefanie Ehmsen (Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office).

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