A Monthly Review project providing daily news and analysis of capitalism, imperialism and inequality rooted in Marxian political economy
MR Online
  1. For Argentina’s Small Farmers, the Land Is Predictable but the Markets Are Not: The Twenty-Third Newsletter (2023)

    In 2021, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) noted that Argentina remains ‘a major exporter of agricultural products’, which, at that time, accounted for nearly two-thirds of the country’s exports (as of April 2023, agricultural goods accounted for 56.4% of the country’s exports).
  2. Former CIA and Department of Defense advisor and investment banker James Rickards.

    The collective push to replace the U.S. dollar as the world reserve currency has much to do with Washington's "weaponization of the dollar through the use of sanctions."
  3. Soldier of the special regiment of the National Guard of Ukraine “Azov”. March in honor of the Day of the Defender of Ukraine. Kyiv. 2020. spoilt.exile, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

    A New York Times’ reporter’s job this week is to persuade us that all those Ukrainian soldiers wearing Nazi insignia and marching through Kiev in Klan-like torch parades are not what you think.
  4. Benjamin Abelow, M.D., author of ‘How the West Brought War to Ukraine’

    The following is a revised and expanded version of an interview with Benjamin Abelow, author of 'How the West Brought War to Ukraine: Understanding How U.S. and NATO Policies Led to Crisis, War, and the Risk of Nuclear Catastrophe', originally published in Italian translation by the Italian news and commentary site, QuotidianoWeb.
  5. Kamau Franklin of Community Movement Builders and other organizers announce a ballot referendum effort at a June 7 press conference in Atlanta. (Photo: Twitter @Micahinatl)

    Cop City is an effort to ensure that state violence will bring the most draconian methods to bear against Black people. State violence is also being used proactively, in an effort to end opposition to this creation of Atlanta's white ruling class and their errand boys and girls who ostensibly control a fake mecca for Black people.


Email periodica di aggiornamento sulle ultime pubblicazioni
Puoi cancellarti in ogni momento cliccando il link in fondo alle email che riceverai.
Politica della privacy

Questo sito utilizza cookie tecnici per la navigazione. Per continuare la lettura delle pagine clicca ACCETTO