Jessica Whyte reviews Ntina Tzouvala's new book on capitalism and the history of international law.
Jai Vipra on the farmers' protests in India, and how to understand them.
Nick Bano on evictions and the future of the UK Housing Act 1988.
Nate Holdren responds to Karl Klare on socialism and critical legal theory.
Jairus Banaji introduces his new book, A Brief History of Commercial Capitalism.
Clyde W. Barrow on the Republican Party, armed militias and hate groups, and the impending elections in the United States.
Nate Holdren offers some critical reflections on the impending US elections.
Adam Taylor considers the European Union's "GLOBUS" project of promoting "global justice".
Igor Shoikhedbrod concludes our symposium on his recent book Revisiting Marx's Critique of Liberalism.
Christine Sypnowich reviews Igor Shoikhedbrod's recent book Revisiting Marx's Critique of Liberalism.
Amy Bartholomew reviews Igor Shoikhedbrod's recent book Revisiting Marx's Critique of Liberalism.
Tanzil Chowdhury on "slow scholarship" as a form of resistance within and against the neoliberal university.
Dom Taylor reviews Igor Shoikhedbrod's recent book Revisiting Marx's Critique of Liberalism.
Mai Taha reviews Igor Shoikhedbrod's recent book Revisiting Marx's Critique of Liberalism.
Anna Lukina revisits Kelsen's Communist Theory of Law.
Michael Heinrich on coronavirus and crisis. Translated by Alexander Locascio.
Tarik Kochi on why theories of global constitutionalism may be useful for Marxists.
Call for papers for a workshop on Marx, law, and the administrative state, to be held in Buffalo in June 2021.
Rafael Khachaturian on Marxist state theory.
Liam Midzain-Gobin reviews Nick Estes' history of Indigenous resistance movements.
August Nimtz on police powers, in Cuba and the United States.
George Rigakos on Marxism and the question of security.
The second part of Pavlos Roufos' two-part post on ordoliberalism and the political economy of Europe.
The first part of Pavlos Roufos' two-part post on ordoliberalism and the political economy of Europe.
Jacob Blumenfeld on the "expropriation of the expropriators", past, present, and future.
Kailash Srinivasan on law and constitutionalism, in and against Modi's India.
Matthew Dimick and Dom Taylor respond to Nate Holdren and Rob Hunter, defending their ontological interpretation of the base/superstructure model.
Jessica Whyte concludes our symposium on her recent book The Morals of the Market.
Colin Leys on the UK response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ravi Malhotra reviews three new books on neoliberalism and law--Honor Brabazon (ed), Neoliberal Legality; Katharina Pistor, The Code of Capital; and Astra Taylor, Democracy May Not Exist.