In this article based on an interview with Seongjin Jeong for Hankyoreh, Korea’s leading daily newspaper, Robert Brenner provindes a wide ranging analysis on the nature, sources and character of the current crisis
In this article Ighsaan Schroeder identifies trends and tendencies within working class responses to the global capitalist crisis
Oupa Lehulere explains how the capitalist system works, and how the search for profits within this system causes crises.
Dale T. McKinley*argues that the debate around South African foreign policy towards Zimbabwe has ignored the class interests of South African capital that are driving state policy.
Maria Van Driel* argues that a downturn in international struggles mainly accounted for a low-key WSF in Nairobi.
Mondli Hlatshwayo* argues that the ASM has proved critical to international co-ordination of working class struggles, notwithstanding some on-going weaknesses.
Mafata Mogodi gives an overview of the discussions and debates around farm workers in nairobi.
Silumko Khethokuhle Radebe gives an overview of the housing struggles discussed in Nairobi.
Adamos Zachariadis, Vasianna Konstantopoulou and Elisabeth Lountou*