“In a broader context of capitalist accumulation, the BRICS are acting based on a logic of competition over natural resources and market access that is imperialist in nature and is taking colonialism back to Africa in modern times”

Ana Garcia


Let´s take a closer look at the European Left. Which parties are of particular relevance, and where do they stand politically? What is dominant: programmatic parallels or national differences? How was the Left able to organize on the European scale?

Dominic Heilig

BREXIT - What now?

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Johanna Bussemer

Digital Change

Among all the problems with 21st-century work — the ballooning of the low wage service sector, economic inequality, the crumbling of worker rights — the main problem really is that there are so few realistic alternatives.

Trebor Scholz

Must Read!

Nowhere have economic and political crises fused so explosively as in Brazil, whose streets have in the past year seen more protesters than the rest of the world combined.

Perry Anderson

Sustainable development is failing...

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Ashish Kothari, Federico Demaria und Alberto Acosta

ThyssenKrupp in Santa Cruz

Residents in Santa Cruz, in Rio, Brazil, have been suffered the consequences of ThyssenKrupp Companhia Siderúrgica do Atlântico (TKCSA) for more than ten years.



In the so-called large emerging economies of the South - in particular the BRICS countries - globalization’s imperative has been export-led growth, and these countries’ port cities have served as the platforms for this development strategy

Patrick Bond, Ana Garcia, Mariana Moreira, Ruixue Bai


The world is living through an unprecedented housing crisis. Approximately 1.6 billion people are considered to be inadequately housed, while one hundred million are homeless and another sixty million have been displaced from their homes.

Miloon Kothari