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Der blev fundet 11 artikler

Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 104

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Contents (ISJ 104, Autumn 2004)

104

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sep 04

 

Notes on contributors (ISJ 104, Autumn 2004)

104

2

sep 04

 

Chris Harman: Anti-capitalism five years after Seattle: Spontaneity, strategy and politics

104

3

sep 04

 

Seattle, Porto Alegre. Gothenberg, Genoa, Barcelona, Florence, 15 February 2003, Paris, Mumbai and now London. The anticapitalist movement born just five years ago has merged into the antiwar movement to produce some of the biggest protests the world has ever seen. And in Latin America, mass upsurges have shaken the system in Ecuador, Argentina, Venezuela, and Bolivia. But the very growth of the movement has thrown up new problems and resurrected very old arguments about strategy. Chris Harman looks at these and challenges those who believe revolutionary organisation is neither necessary nor desirable.

 

Giles Ji Ungpakorn: NGOs: enemies or allies?

104

49

sep 04

 

NGOs have played a very important part is many of the big mobilisations. Naomi Klein describes them as part of a swarm which can beat back corporate globalisation. But many third world activists view them with deep suspicion, even hostility. Again and again they claim that NGOs use their funds to co-opt and weaken grass roots struggles. Some go so far as to see all NGOs as tools of imperialism. Giles Ungpakorn from Thailand looks at theory and practice of the NGOs and suggests the approach the left should take to them.

 

Mike Gonzalez: Venezuela: many steps to come

104

65

sep 04

 

Venezuela’s upper classes have tried three times to overthrow the government of Hugo Chavez, most recently with the referendum in August. On each occasion they hoped US backing would guarantee them success. On each occasion mobilisations of the country’s lower classes defeated their schemes. But there is still enormous confusion internationally about what is really happening in Venezuela. Mike Gonzalez looks at where Chavez came from, what his movement represents and the mobilisations in support of it. He argues that the reforms made so far can only be defended by further, revolutionary, developments.

 

Neil Davidson: The prophet, his biographer and the watchtower (Anmeldelse af Isaac Deutscher's 3-binds biografi om Trotskij)

104

95

sep 04

 

Isaac Deutscher's three-volume biography of Trotsky has just been reprinted. It inspired the 1960s generation of activists and can do so again today. But it also contains political assumptions that have to be challenged, argues Neil Davidson in a wide-ranging review article. Neil was this year's winner of the Isaac Deutscher Memorial Prize.

 

Gareth Jenkins: A truly human culture (Al Richardson (ed): "Victor Serge, Collected Writings on Litterature and Revolution")

104

119

sep 04

 

Our new reviews sections looks at Victor Serge’s writings on literature.

 

Mike Haynes: Hidden jewels from the Balkans (Andreja Zivkovic and Dragan Plavsic (eds): "The Balkan Socialist Tradition: Balkan Socialism and the Balkan Federation, 1871-1915" (Revolutionary History))

104

124

sep 04

 

Anne Alexander: Islam through the looking-glass (Gilbert Achcar: "Eastern Cauldron: Islam, Afghanistan, Palestine and Iraq in a Marxist Mirror")

104

127

sep 04

 

A review of Gilbert Achcar, Eastern Cauldron: Islam, Afghanistan, Palestine and Iraq in a Marxist Mirror (Monthly Review, 2004), £12.99

 

Chris Harman: Digging deeper (Thomas C Patterson: "Marx's Ghost: Conversations with Archaeologists")

104

131

sep 04

 

A review of Thomas C Patterson, Marx’s Ghost: Conversations with Archaeologists (Berg, 2004), £15.99

 

Chris Harman: Pick of the quarter

104

133

sep 04

 

In this new column we begin a regular survey of articles which readers will find useful. Some, although by no means all, are available on the web.

 

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