Marxist theory

John Bellamy Foster — Over the last decade and a half, the concept of extractivism has emerged as a key element in our understanding of the planetary ecological crisis.
Daniel Tanuro — In ‘Karl Marx’s Ecosocialism’, Kohei Saito showed how the mature Marx had broken with productivism. His new book, ‘Marx in the Anthropocene’, continues the reflection.
Paul Le Blanc — Lenin's conception of socialism, which he shared with Marx and Engels, with Eugene V. Debs and Rosa Luxemburg, and with many others, remains a possible alternative to capitalism that is worth considering and fighting for.
Tamás Krausz — Aware of the limits Russian historical development imposed on Russia's path to socialism, Lenin launched a whole series of experiments that revealed the possibility of a society beyond capitalism for humanity.
Raju J Das — ‘The Communist Manifesto’ is a call to revolutionary action. It is important to return to the text now when a large number of people around the world support the idea of socialism and are critical of capitalism.

Ann Robertson — The dialectic is a powerful weapon for revolutionary socialists who seek to understand our surrounding world for the purpose of changing it.

Kevin B. Anderson — 2023 marked the 100th anniversary of Georg Lukács’s ‘History and Class Consciousness: Studies in Marxist Dialectics’ and the 50th anniversary of Raya Dunayevskaya’s ‘Philosophy and Revolution: From Hegel to Sartre and from Marx to Mao’.
Prabhat Patnaik — The crisis of overproduction/underconsumption cannot be overcome within neoliberal capitalism itself. The only way out of this crisis is to go beyond neoliberal capitalism which is to go beyond capitalism.
Michael Pröbsting — The latest edition of the International Institute for Strategic Studies’ annual Armed Conflict Survey paints a grim picture of the crisis-ridden capitalist world order.
Clifton D' Rozario — The regurgitating of the debate of the length of the working day highlights the capitalist ruling class's relentless effort to take away the eight-hour workday.
A long-lost polemic from Rosa Luxemburg, translated into English for the first time.
Sam Gindin — The go-to crises of the socialist left have been “American declinism” and “inter-imperial rivalry.” These crises have not only been predicted by the left but often wished for. This is both bad analysis and worse politics.