Nas Ruínas do Presente é apresentado os desafios que são postos pela globalização e o que estes desafios produzem em nossa sociedade. A primeira tentativa de resolver os problemas da globalização foi o neoliberalismo. Falhou. Em seguida veio o populismo cruel, que se expressa em termos estreitos e odiosos. Ele também falhará. A esquerda está fraca – diluída pela globalização. A necessidade do momento é a recomposição da esquerda, para que se torne uma força vital para uma humanidade frágil.
Where does Honduras stand twelve years after the 2009 coup? In our dossier, jointly produced with People’s Dispatch and the Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organisations of Honduras (COPINH), we look at the coup against progressive leader and President Manuel Zelaya and the prolonged violence in the country in the years since by examining the assassination of Berta Cáceres, the forced disappearances of five members of the Garifuna community in July 2020, and the concerted attacks on trade unionism to understand the far-reaching impacts of the coup.
In our Red Alert no. 10, we look at the need for a people’s vaccine.
Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research and 26 left publishers internationally are releasing a book entitled Paris Commune 150. We invite artists and designers to create and submit cover art. Submitted works will be part of a virtual exhibition, with a committee selecting one work to be used as the book cover to be published in countries around the world in several languages.
In the middle of our pandemic year, 162 artists from 30 countries and 27 organizations contributed to the Anti-Imperialist Poster Exhibitions. They responded to a series of open calls to make posters that give expressions to four defining concepts of our time: capitalism, neoliberalism, imperialism and hybrid war. It was an experimental process, jointly organized by Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research and the International Week of Anti-Imperialist Struggle.
This study looks at the life and legacy of Kanak Mukherjee, a fighter for the people and people’s struggles who was born in undivided Bengal, India, in 1921. The rich trajectory of her activism teaches us about the history of women organising in local, national, and international struggles that linked women’s rights to anti-imperialist and anti-capitalist struggles throughout the twentieth century.