Saturday, 6 June , 2020

Nationalism

Between Capital and Volk

By Sebastian Friedrich, Gabriel Kuhn Germany's AfD poses as a defender of the "common man," but seeks to impose an authoritarian form of neoliberalism. The “Alternative...

Will Europe survive German Nationalism?

Eight Lessons from Germany's Elections Angela Merkel is back for a fourth term, the Social Democrats are wounded and a right-wing populist party has been...

Catalonia and the right of Self-Determination – An interview with Inaki...

Question:  What are the principal grievances that induce a significant part of the Catalonian people to demand separation from Spain? Answer: To understand the current...

Lack of Credible Leftist Alternatives is fueling national movements. Catalonia wants...

Spain threatens potential military takeover of Catalonia as referendum looms By Alejandro López Spain’s conservative Popular Party (PP) government is continuing its clampdown on the...

The Divisions of Cyprus, by Perry Anderson

24 April 2008 Enlargement, widely regarded as the greatest single achievement of the European Union since the end of the Cold War, and occasion...

Every Nation by itself or united for a different Europe?

The Catalan national struggle and the left in the Spanish state—a dossier Introduction and translations by Dick Nichols   September 10, 2017 — Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal — The...

London Terror to Complete Brexit Coup d’Etat

By Prof. John McMurtry Within hours of completing an analysis of how the June 8 UK General Election is a fix to lock in a...

Le Pen defends Trump on Muslims

Marine Le Pen, leader of France’s far-right National Front party, said in an interview to Israel’s Channel 2 that her party fully supports the...

Varoufakis and Democracy, Left and Nationalism

DDP note: Wayne Hall, who is a friend of the Delphi Initiative and also a centrally registered member of Diem25 has addressed us the...

Steve Bannon and his ideas

The liberal firewall against Trump was, most of all, the belief that the Republican contender was too disorganized, outlandish, outré and lacking in nuance to run a proper political campaign. That view was only confirmed when Bannon, editor of the outlandish and outré Breitbart News Network, took over the campaign in August. Now Bannon is arguably the most powerful person on the new White House team, embodying more than anyone the liberals' awful existential pain and fury: How did someone so wrong — not just wrong, but inappropriate, unfit and "loathsome," according to The New York Times — get it so spot-on right?