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The challenge of Capitalist Realism – rebuilding faith in a radical alternative

Mark Fisher, cultural critic, author of Capitalist Realism (Zero Books: 2009) and a lecturer at Goldsmiths and the University of East London, spoke to Simon Hardy about the state of…

Economic crisis – what’s next?

The world economy has so far failed to emerge from the crisis with any degree of health, Richard Brenner looks at the problems at the heart of the global system…

2011 British political perspectives

Political perspectives passed by the 2011 Workers Power conference in June…

The United States faces a crisis not seen since the Depression

The poisonous atmosphere surrounding the role of the state and taxation allows no realistic budget bargaining, writes Will Hutton at the Observer…

Greek debt crisis leaves Europe on the brink of financial collapse

With Greece on the verge of default the crisis is set to deepen, writes Simon Hardy and Richard Brenner. The Eurozone is in serious trouble with Spain and Italy sinking…

The euro could collapse

The prospects of a financial collapse in one more more country in Europe could well see the end of the Euro, writes Richard Brenner…

The crisis in Euro state finances

The neo-liberal drive to cut taxation on the rich and strip away public services in favour of private provision has massively reduced the ability of states to raise sufficient finance…

Risk of debt default spreads in capitalist currency crisis

The Eurozone is in crisis, Richard Brenner explains the latest developments of the financial saga…

Debate: Marxism versus Keynes – will taxation alone stop the cuts?

Simon Hardy asks if we can we just tax the rich to solve the capitalist crisis, or whether more serious action is needed…

Fact and fiction: politics behind the deficit debate

Are the cuts about ideology or necessity? Many on the left have argued they have more to do with Tory politics than raw economic necessity, a case put forcefully by…

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