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Soberania e a policrise

A soberania geralmente é definida em relação ao Estado-nação, com atenção às fronteiras e à formação do estado, ao controle do território e dos recursos…

De Bandung a Cabo: O internacionalismo significativo exige o confronto com o capital

Em fevereiro, a África do Sul participou de exercícios militares conjuntos com a Rússia e a China. Realizados durante 10 dias no trecho do litoral…

XII / In solidarity with Ukraine: Reflections on war and death

I am writing this note of solidarity from Lebanon, which for decades was taken as synonymous with war. War remains a possibility here: it is…

XI / Sovereignty and the polycrisis

Sovereignty is usually defined in relation to the nation-state, with attention to borders and state formation, the control of territory and resources, and the self-determination…

X / From Bandung to the Cape: Meaningful internationalism requires confrontation with capital

In February, South Africa participated in joint military exercises with Russia and China. Taking place for 10 days just off the stretch of Indian coastline…

IX / Humanitarianism after Unipolarity

The Ukraine war, more than any other event, has marked the transition from a unipolar world to one with two or more great powers. And…

VIII / The Return of the United States: Ukraine and the 'Rules-Based International Order’

​​The United States’ dedication to arming Ukraine in its​ ​attempt to repel the Russian Federation’s invasion presents a puzzle: why, exactly, has the ​nation been…

VII / Theses on the Situation in Ukraine

History appears again to be running in reverse and, as it were, in negative, with dark and light having switched places. The Russians now deploy…

VI / From Serbia to Ukraine: Neither the revolution nor the counter-revolution offer a way out

On the left, discussions about the horror unfolding in Ukraine have predictably been reduced to dead-end debates that are easily shut down by angry online…

V / Russian capitalism is both political and normal: On expropriation and social reproduction

In 2006, in his book The Development of Capitalism in Russia, the late sociologist Simon Clarke wrote that, “a voluntaristic and dualistic approach, which analyses…
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