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Der blev fundet 9 artikler

Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 97

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Content (ISJ 97, Winter 2002)

97

1

dec 02

 

Editorial (ISJ 97, Winter 2002)

97

2

dec 02

 

Alex Callinicos: The grand strategy of the American empire

97

3

dec 02

 

Alex Callinicos analyses the new United States foreign policy. In the recently revealed National Security Strategy document the Bush administration has clearly broken with the pattern of the Cold War era to develop an even more aggressive pursuit of its imperial goals. But what are the strategic and economic motives that are driving this new policy? And does the US have the unparalleled economic strength that can support such a renewed imperial drive? These are issues that it is critical for the anti-war movement to understand.

 

Murray Smith: Where is the SWP going?

97

39

dec 02

 

ANTI-CAPITALISM has given rise to a renewed debate about the future of the left. The rightward shift of Labourism has created a political vacuum that the left now has to try and fill. But what kind of socialist organisation is now needed to fulfill this task? Murray Smith and Nick McKerrell have both recently addressed this issue from the standpoint of the Scottish Socialist Party. John Rees acknowledges the success of the SSP, especially in the electoral arena, but responds to their arguments by reasserting the relevance of both the revolutionary party and the tradition of the united front.

 

Nick McKerrell: The united front today

97

49

dec 02

 

ANTI-CAPITALISM has given rise to a renewed debate about the future of the left. The rightward shift of Labourism has created a political vacuum that the left now has to try and fill. But what kind of socialist organisation is now needed to fulfill this task? Murray Smith and Nick McKerrell have both recently addressed this issue from the standpoint of the Scottish Socialist Party. John Rees acknowledges the success of the SSP, especially in the electoral arena, but responds to their arguments by reasserting the relevance of both the revolutionary party and the tradition of the united front.

 

John Rees: The broad party, the revolutionary party and the united front

97

57

dec 02

 

ANTI-CAPITALISM has given rise to a renewed debate about the future of the left. The rightward shift of Labourism has created a political vacuum that the left now has to try and fill. But what kind of socialist organisation is now needed to fulfill this task? Murray Smith and Nick McKerrell have both recently addressed this issue from the standpoint of the Scottish Socialist Party. John Rees acknowledges the success of the SSP, especially in the electoral arena, but responds to their arguments by reasserting the relevance of both the revolutionary party and the tradition of the united front.

 

Gilbert Achcar: Engels: theorist of war, theorist of revolution

97

69

dec 02

 

GILBERT ACHCAR from the Fourth International provides a controversial analysis of the drive to war and the response of socialists by looking back to the debates of the Second International and the writings of Frederick Engels.

 

Dave Crouch: The inevitability of radicalism (Boris Kagarlitsky: "Russia under Yeltsin and Putin: Neo-Liberal Autocracy")

97

91

dec 02

 

Dave Crouch on Boris Kagarlitsky's assessment of the movement in Russia today

 

Sheila McGregor: Neither Washington nor Moscow (Martin Amis: "Koba the Dread"; S A Smith: "The Russian Revolution: A Very Short Introduction"; Mike Haynes: "Russia: Class and Power 1917-2000")

97

109

dec 02

 

Sheila McGregor on three very different analyses of the Russian Revolution and its results.

 

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