• Dossier No. 60: The 1973 Durban strikes: Building popular democratic power in South Africa
    Dossier No. 60: The 1973 Durban strikes: Building popular democratic power in South Africa

    The 1973 Durban strikes were part of a wider political ferment in the city in the late 1960s and early 1970s, when it became a generative site of political experimentation and innovation.

    The republic of prosecution: South Korea’s national security state unleashes attacks on labor and peace activists
    The republic of prosecution: South Korea’s national security state unleashes attacks on labor and peace activists

    Progressive South Korean citizens have been watching with impending dread the deepening threats of political repression since the former prosecutor Yoon Suk Yeol assumed the South Korean presidency. On Wednesday, January 18, the Yoon administration took off its gloves.

    Australia’s profit story: How workers experience productivity
    Australia’s profit story: How workers experience productivity

    If we really want to reverse wage stagnation our unions must use productivity improvement as bargaining power, even withdrawing it, rather than problem-solving it in elite tripartite consultations. Here's why.

    South Korean dictator dies, Western Media resurrects a myth
    South Korean dictator dies, Western Media resurrects a myth

    The death of South Korean dictator Chun Doo Hwan signals the consolidation of a false media narrative that is misleading and dangerous.

    The Realities of Capitalist Denmark
    The Realities of Capitalist Denmark

    It is not uncommon to see U.S. citizens point to Denmark as a socialist alternative. And yet, just like in the United States, capital accumulation is the guiding principle in Danish society.

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