Brinda Karat is a Polit Bureau member of the Communist Party of India (Marxist). She wrote the Introduction to the LeftWord edition of Rosa Luxemburg’s Reform or Revolution (2015).
There was terrible violence in North East Delhi in the last days of February 2020. Fifty-four people were killed, many were wounded, and a large number of people lost their livelihoods. No one deni...
It is a good time to take stock of paths and makers in the cultural battleground of sexualities in India. To note the impossibility of quantifying wins and losses bec... Read More
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German Socialism in the late 19th century was torn on this question, with Eduard Bernstein the influential advocate for the centrality of reforms. This view was known as “revisionism ” — — ...
Patricia Jeffery and Roger Jeffery are both Professors in Sociology at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Their recent books include Don't Marry Me to a Plowman: Women's Everyday Lives in R
Dorothee Kimmich is Professor of Modern German Literature, University of Tübingen, Germany.
Anthony Sampson is a journalist and author of The Changing Anatomy of Britain.
Barnita Bagchi (born 12 June 1973) is a faculty member in literary studies at Utrecht University. Since her college days, she has worked actively with feminist institutions and activist organizatio
Franco Berardi, aka "Bifo," founder of the famous "Radio Alice" in Bologna and an important figure of the Italian Autonomia Movement, is a writer, media theorist, and media activist. He currently t
Manjari Katju teaches political science at the University of Hyderabad.
Paul Le Blanc is a professor of history at La Roche College. He has written on and participated in the US labour, radical, and civil rights movements, and is author of many books, including Lenin a