August H. Nimtz takes stock of the US election, and of contemporary US politics generally.
A Brief Take on the Boğaziçi Resistance (by Boğaziçi University Students) — Duygun Ruben, Fikri Buber, and Mahir Tamercan Ölmez
Duygun Ruben, Fikri Buber, and Mahir Tamercan Ölmez on the protests and police violence at Istanbul's Boğaziçi University.
Theses on the Political Crisis — Rafael Khachaturian
Rafael Khachaturian on the United States' ongoing political crisis.
Legal History, Political Marxism, and “Jurisdictional Accumulation” — Christopher Tomlins
Christopher Tomlins reviews Maïa Pal's new book on law, empire, and jurisdiction.
Capitalism and the Telos of the Neoliberal Civilizing Mission — Jessica Whyte
Jessica Whyte reviews Ntina Tzouvala's new book on capitalism and the history of international law.
The Farmers’ Protests in India: Lessons for Marxists — Jai Vipra
Jai Vipra on the farmers' protests in India, and how to understand them.
Thatcher’s Landlords: Rise and Fall — Nick Bano
Nick Bano on evictions and the future of the UK Housing Act 1988.
Capitalism, Law, and Critical Theory: A Reply to Karl Klare — Nate Holdren
Nate Holdren responds to Karl Klare on socialism and critical legal theory.
Capital Before Large-Scale Industry — Jairus Banaji
Jairus Banaji introduces his new book, A Brief History of Commercial Capitalism.
The US Republican Party Will Continue Its Christo-Fascist Crusade — Clyde W. Barrow
Clyde W. Barrow on the Republican Party, armed militias and hate groups, and the impending elections in the United States.
Expect Catastrophe: Reflections on the Impending US Election — Nate Holdren
Nate Holdren offers some critical reflections on the impending US elections.
Justice as Domination: Global Justice and the European Union — Adam Taylor
Adam Taylor considers the European Union's "GLOBUS" project of promoting "global justice".
Retrieving the Critical Dialectic of Right: A Response — Igor Shoikhedbrod
Igor Shoikhedbrod concludes our symposium on his recent book Revisiting Marx's Critique of Liberalism.
Marx and the Juridical — Christine Sypnowich
Christine Sypnowich reviews Igor Shoikhedbrod's recent book Revisiting Marx's Critique of Liberalism.
Against the Grain — Amy Bartholomew
Amy Bartholomew reviews Igor Shoikhedbrod's recent book Revisiting Marx's Critique of Liberalism.
Temporalities of the Neoliberal University and Resistance — Tanzil Chowdhury
Tanzil Chowdhury on "slow scholarship" as a form of resistance within and against the neoliberal university.
Shoikhedbrod’s Aufhebung of Law — Dom Taylor
Dom Taylor reviews Igor Shoikhedbrod's recent book Revisiting Marx's Critique of Liberalism.
Reflections on Marxism and Law: A Review of Igor Shoikhedbrod’s Revisiting Marx’s Critique of Liberalism — Mai Taha
Mai Taha reviews Igor Shoikhedbrod's recent book Revisiting Marx's Critique of Liberalism.
Kelsen on Marx, Engels, and Natural Law — Anna Lukina
Anna Lukina revisits Kelsen's Communist Theory of Law.
Profit raten: On Coronavirus and Crisis — Michael Heinrich
Michael Heinrich on coronavirus and crisis. Translated by Alexander Locascio.
Failed Liberal Internationalism and Global Constitutional Questions — Tarik Kochi
Tarik Kochi on why theories of global constitutionalism may be useful for Marxists.
Call for Papers — Workshop on Marx, Law, and the Administrative State
Call for papers for a workshop on Marx, law, and the administrative state, to be held in Buffalo in June 2021.
The State — Rafael Khachaturian
Rafael Khachaturian on Marxist state theory.
Internationalism, Reconstruction, and Indigenous Futurity — Liam Midzain-Gobin
Liam Midzain-Gobin reviews Nick Estes' history of Indigenous resistance movements.
Why There Are No George Floyds in Cuba — August H. Nimtz
August Nimtz on police powers, in Cuba and the United States.
Security — George Rigakos
George Rigakos on Marxism and the question of security.
Ordoliberalism Out of Order? The Fragile Constitutionality of Greek Austerity (Part Two) — Pavlos Roufos
The second part of Pavlos Roufos' two-part post on ordoliberalism and the political economy of Europe.
Ordoliberalism Out of Order? The Fragile Constitutionality of Greek Austerity (Part One) — Pavlos Roufos
The first part of Pavlos Roufos' two-part post on ordoliberalism and the political economy of Europe.
Expropriation of the Expropriators — Jacob Blumenfeld
Jacob Blumenfeld on the "expropriation of the expropriators", past, present, and future.
The Alienated World of Law: Constitutionality and the Limits of Legal Opposition in Modi’s India — Kailash Srinivasan
Kailash Srinivasan on law and constitutionalism, in and against Modi's India.