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Editorial (ISJ 56, Autumn 1992)

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sep 92

 

Chris Harman: The return of the national question

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3

sep 92

 

Nationalism seems to be the most powerful political force in themodern world. From the Middle East to the Caucasus, from Ireland to Croatia, from South Africa to Slovakia no one remains untouched by nationalism. `The return of the national question' unravels the enigma of nationhood, tracing its roots in early capitalism and using the legacy of the classical Marxist tradition to chart the development of more recent national liberation movements.
Chris Harman shows how even the most progressive of such movements have close ties with the growth of the capitalist system. Yet there is an alternative to fashionable pessimism about the world's descent into communalism. It is to be found in class politics-providing socialists build on their own traditions' strengths, not its weaknesses.

 

Dave Treece: Why the Earth Summit failed

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63

sep 92

 

The Earth Summit in Rio earlier this year was a spectacular failure. Dave Treece explains why the world's leaders are incapable of coming to grips with the environmental crisis and outlines the only kind of political response that stands a chance of dealing with a problem so deeply rooted in the make up of late 20th century capitalism.

 

Mike Gonzalez: Can Castro survive?

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83

sep 92

 

US imperialism has its greedy eye on Cuba. Every socialist will hope that Cuba remains a thorn in the American ruling class's side. But does that mean uncritical support for Castro's repressive regime? Mike Gonzalez analyses a turning point in history.

 

John Rees + Lee Humber: The good old cause – an interview with Christopher Hill

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125

sep 92

 

Christopher Hill, the best known historian of the English Revolution, marks the 350th anniversary of the outbreak of the civil war with an interview which outlines the current state of historical debate on the revolutions' causes and consequences.

 

Ernest Mandel: The impasse of schematic dogmatism

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135

sep 92

 

Ernest Mandel closes this issue with another contribution to the discussion of the class nature of the Russian and East European states begun in issue 49. International Socialism will reply in a future issue.

 

Chris Harman: Nasjonalismen – vår tids gift (norsk)

56

 

sep 92

 

Oversat fra "The return of the national question"

 

Contents (ISJ 56, Autumn 1992)

56

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