Friday, 22 October , 2021

Thatcher Margaret

Le choix de la guerre civile

Une autre histoire du néolibéralisme paru dans lundimatin#284, le 19 avril 2021 Dès ses origines, le néolibéralisme a fait le choix de « la guerre civile contre...

Mitsotakis peut-il devenir un “Thatcher grec”, et qui le pousse à...

Par Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 8 mars 2021 Le gouvernement grec semble capable - et le seul capable - de provoquer une sorte de révolution dans le pays...

Can Mitsotakis become a “Greek Thatcher”, and who is pushing...

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 8 March 2021 The Greek government seems capable  - and the only one capable - of provoking a kind of revolution in the...

The Breakaway | By Perry Anderson

21 January 2021 It is​ now a year since Britain left the EU, and less than a month since the terms of its separation were...

Britain Faces a Long and Bumpy Road Ahead

By Radhika Desai 17.12.2019 Boris Johnson’s decisive victory was widely expected to end the uncertainty plaguing British society, politics and economy for some 4 years. The...

On the death of Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky (1942–2019)

By Clara Weiss 19 November 2019 On October 27, 2019, Vladimir Bukovsky, a well-known Soviet dissident and critic of Vladimir Putin, died in the UK. Falsely...

Johnson’s Westminster Cabinet is Far to the Right of Thatcher

By Craig Murray 25 Jul, 2019 I can only imagine that the media people who are saying this is the most right wing cabinet since the...

All Western leaders were lying, promising not to expand NATO

NATO Expansion: What Gorbachev Heard Declassified documents show security assurances against NATO expansion to Soviet leaders from Baker, Bush, Genscher, Kohl, Gates, Mitterrand, Thatcher, Hurd,...

Britain in Cyprus

  By William Mallinson, ex-British Diplomat, Professor of Political Ideas and Institutions at Universita Guglielmo Marconi As the latest neurotic and frenetic round of negotiations about...

From Neoliberalism to Self-Management

During her political prime in the 1980s, Thatcher said she was out to change the soul, to change the conceptual universe in which people live, and her idea that “there is no alternative” (TINA) became so deeply embedded in our psyches and in our consciousness that it seems we could no longer imagine that there is an alternative to capitalism.