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Contents (ISJ 107, Summer 2005)

107

1

jun 05

 

Notes on contributors (ISJ 107, Summer 2005)

107

2

jun 05

 

Chris Harman: Votes of no confidence

107

3

jun 05

 

The ‘no’ vote in the French and Dutch refendums. The loss of a million votes by New Labour in Britain’s election. The defeat of Germany’s social democrats in the state election in the Ruhr. One simple fact emerges from them all. Europe’s rulers are failing to find a popular constituency for neo-liberal policies at the centre of their agenda.

 

Jim Wolfreys: How France’s referendum caught fire

107

9

jun 05

 

Dragan Plavsic: Manufactured revolutions?

107

21

jun 05

 

Media excitement reached a pitch with multicoloured 'revolutions in Ukraine, Georgia and Kyrgyzstan, But what was really happening? Dragan Plavsic compares the changes to the overthrow of Milosevic in Serbia five years ago.

 

The Strangling of Africa

107

31

jun 05

 

Poverty, debt, trade, aid – Make Poverty History is stirring hundreds of thousands to protest over them. But New Labour wants to trap activists in a neo-liberal, free trade agenda. Gavin Capps, Charlie Kimber and Jacob Middleton analyse the real roots of poverty and lay the responsibility at the system run by the G8.
Introduction to these next 3 articles.

 

Gavin Capps: Africa: Redesigning the debt trap

107

33

jun 05

 

Poverty, debt, trade, aid – Make Poverty History is stirring hundreds of thousands to protest over them. But New Labour wants to trap activists in a neo-liberal, free trade agenda. Gavin Capps, Charlie Kimber and Jacob Middleton analyse the real roots of poverty and lay the responsibility at the system run by the G8.

 

Charlie Kimber: Africa: Aid, governance and exploitation

107

54

jun 05

 

Poverty, debt, trade, aid – Make Poverty History is stirring hundreds of thousands to protest over them. But New Labour wants to trap activists in a neo-liberal, free trade agenda. Gavin Capps, Charlie Kimber and Jacob Middleton analyse the real roots of poverty and lay the responsibility at the system run by the G8.

 

Jacob Middleton: Africa: Trading on poverty

107

78

jun 05

 

Poverty, debt, trade, aid – Make Poverty History is stirring hundreds of thousands to protest over them. But New Labour wants to trap activists in a neo-liberal, free trade agenda. Gavin Capps, Charlie Kimber and Jacob Middleton analyse the real roots of poverty and lay the responsibility at the system run by the G8.

 

Paul McGarr: On the road to catastrophe: Capitalism and climate change

107

96

jun 05

 

Climate change is now recognised to be a major threat to the world by everyone outside the Bush administration and oil giant Exxon. But greenhouse gases are pouring into the atmosphere in increasing quantities. Paul McGarr argues that there are easy solutions, but they cannot be achieved without militant anti-capitalist struggle.

 

Ian Birchall: Sartre’s century

107

125

jun 05

 

Jean-Paul Sartre was the dominant figure in French intellectual life for half a century and an inspiration to the new left of the 1950s and 1960s. Ian Birchall applauds his legacy on the hundredth anniversary of his birth.

 

Claudio Katz: Latin America’s new ‘left’ governments

107

145

jun 05

 

Latin America is increasingly at the sharp end of resistance to the global system. Supposedly left governments rule in Argentina, Brazil, and Uuguay. An uprising has just overthrown the Ecuadorian president Gutierrez. And there have been predictions of civil war in Bolivia. Argentinian Marxist Claudio Katz looks at the recent developments.

 

Simon Gilbert: China's strike wave

107

164

jun 05

 

China jumped into third place in the world export league last year. But it is also seeing a rarely reported wave of workers' struggles. Simon Gilbert describes it.

 

Mike Haynes: Rediscovering the revolution (Kevin Murphy: "Revolution and Counterrevolution: Class Struggle in a Moscow Metal Factory")

107

178

jun 05

 

A review of Kevin Murphy, Revolution and Counterrevolution: Class Struggle in a Moscow Metal Factory (Berghahn Books, 2005), £45

 

Megan Trudell: Rediscovering the revolution (Alexander Rabinowitch: "The Bolsheviks Come to Power: the Revolution of 1917 in Petrograd")

107

180

jun 05

 

A review of Alexander Rabinowitch, The Bolsheviks Come to Power: the Revolution of 1917 in Petrograd (Pluto Press, 2004), £12.99

 

Hassan Mahamdallie: More than the mosque (Humayun Ansari: "The Infidel Within: Muslims in Britain since 1800")

107

184

jun 05

 

A review of Humayun Ansari, The Infidel Within: Muslims in Britain since 1800 (Hurst & Company, 2004), £16.50

 

Mike Haynes: It can’t stop Blair (China Mieville: "Between Equal Rights: A Marxist Theory of International Law")

107

187

jun 05

 

A review of China Mieville, Between Equal Rights: A Marxist Theory of International Law (Brill, Historical Materialism book series, 2005), Euro 69

 

Hazel Croft: Pioneer of liberation

107

189

jun 05

 

A review of Barbara Taylor: "Mary Wollstonecraft and the Feminist Imagination" (Cambridge, 2003), £16.99 and Lyndall Gordon: "Mary Wollstonecraft: A New Genus" (Virago, 2005), £25.

 

Dragan Plavsic: Yugoslavia: From markets to massacres

107

191

jun 05

 

A review of Michael Barratt Brown: "From Tito to Milosevic: Yugoslavia, a lost country" (Merlin Press, 2005), £14.95.

 

Helen Salmon: Digging the wrong way (John Landers: "The Field and the Forge")

107

193

jun 05

 

A review of John Landers, The Field and the Forge (Oxford University Press, 2005), £22.50.

 

Tony Staunton: Picking up the pieces (Iain Ferguson, Michael Lavalette and Elizabeth Whitmore (eds): "Globalisation, Global Justice and Social Work")

107

195

jun 05

 

A review of Iain Ferguson, Michael Lavalette and Elizabeth Whitmore (eds), Globalisation, Global Justice and Social Work (Routledge, 2005), £22.99.

 

Chris Harman: Booms, slumps and theory (Pavel V Maksakovsky: "The Capitalist Cycle")

107

197

jun 05

 

A review of Pavel V Maksakovsky, The Capitalist Cycle (Brill, Historical Materialism book series, 2004), Euro 59.

 

Esther Leslie: Novel insights (Julian Markels: "The Marxian Imagination: Representing Class in Literature")

107

200

jun 05

 

A review of Julian Markels, The Marxian Imagination: Representing Class in Literature (Monthly Review Press, 2003), £15.

 

John Newsinger: A fighter who got lost (Hugh Purcell: "The Last English Revolutionary: Tom Wintringham 1898-1949")

107

202

jun 05

 

A review of Hugh Purcell, The Last English Revolutionary: Tom Wintringham 1898-1949 (Sutton, 2005), £20.

 

Chris Harman: Pick of the quarter

107

205

jun 05

 

A regular survey of articles which readers will find useful. Some, although by no means all, are available on the web.

 

Gavin Capps: *WEB UPDATE* The new debt trap finalised

107

501

jun 05

 

Exclusive to the International Socialism website: Gavin Capps updates his article looking at Gordon Brown’s pronouncements following the meeting of the G7 finance ministers.

 

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