Global Left Midweek - November 4, 2020
- The Political Excommunication of a Socialist Leader
- Five Bad Habits of Nearly Successful Political Projects
- Rossanda’s Working Class Politics
- Protests Are the Tip. Mass Movements Are the Iceberg
- Greens Agree to Join NZ Labour Government
- A Win for Greens in Oz
The Political Excommunication of a Socialist Leader
UK Labour Attacks Its Left Ronan Burtenshaw / Tribune (London)
In the Name of Fighting Antisemitism Richard Sanders and Peter Oborne / Middle East Eye (London)
Corbyn’s Comrades Rally Dan Sabbagh and Jessica Elgot / The Guardian (London)
Unions Respond Jamie Doward and Michael Savage / The Guardian
Gargi Bhattacharyya / Verso (London)
Some stumbling blocks for electoral paths to socialism in the aftermath of Corbynism.
Starting in the 1970s, Rossanda and the manifesto group debated the relationship between spontaneity, consciousness, and organization.
Protests Are the Tip. Mass Movements Are the Iceberg
Feminism in Poland Sylwia Krakowska / transform! (Vienna)
Nigeria’s #ENDSARS Andy Wynne and Femi Aborisade / Review of African Political Economy (London)
Colombia: Still On the Streets José Antonio Gutiérrez D. / Roar (Amsterdam)
Indonesia: Video Interview Robertus Robet / NewsClick (New Delhi)
Namibia: Youth Against Violence Heike Becker / Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung (Berlin)
Ardern said the deal secures Labour’s mandate, while giving the government access to some of the talent in the Green benches.
A Win for Greens in Oz Vote
The Greens spent years building a framework for participatory democracy in the Queensland area.
Comandante Uriel, Colombia Vivian Fernandes / Peoples Dispatch (New Delhi)
Orlando Gutiérrez Luna, Bolivia Carwil Bjork-Jones / Carwil Without Borders (Nashville)
Sister Margaret MacCurtain, Ireland Sarah Mac Donald / Global Sisters Report (Kansas City)
Mahabad Qaradaghi, Iraqi Kurdistan Wladimir van Wilgenburg / Kurdistan 24 (Erbil)
Reuvin Kaminer, Israel Joel Beinin / +972 (Tel Aviv)
Robert Fisk, UK James North / Mondoweiss (New York)