WW archive > Issue 1275 - 15 November 2019
Not the end of history
With the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall bourgeois triumphalism feels more brittle than ever, says Paul Demarty.
African Trotskyism; Reconfiguration; Keep it up; Weep; Secularism
What is the way ahead for the resistance? Lorna Anderson concludes her report-back on a recent visit to Palestine.
Former ministers show true colours
Blairites are really Tories in disguise. If we are going to transform the Labour Party we must get rid of the lot of them, writes Eddie Ford
Socialists should support Williamson
The left is not obliged to abide by rules which the right holds in such contempt, argues Tony Greenstein.
Marx’s double-edge law
Despite the arguments of David Harvey, writes Michael Roberts Marx’s law of the tendency of the rate of profit to fall is fundamental in understanding capitalist crises.
Sinking, but not yet sunk
Rex Dunn discusses Brexit, the future of neoliberalism and the system’s potential for disintegration.
Met with maximum force
Yassamine Mather discusses the popular revolts against corruption, sectarianism and Iranian influence.
Bloodstained sliver of sand
Everyone can see that Erdoğan’s military adventure has added to the chaos in Syria. But should the left in Turkey tail the Kurdish movement? Esen Uslu gives his opinion.