Socialistisk Biblioteks Tidslinje med links til begivenheder og personer i 2016.
Se også Index over personer, organisationer/partier og værker (som bøger, malerier, mm.), steder, begivenheder, mv., der er omtalt på hele Tidslinjen, titler og indhold på emnelisterne osv.
- Some significant scientific developments of 2016. By Joe Mount (World Socialist Web Site, 4 January 2017)
- Best films of 2016. By David Walsh and Joanne Laurier (World Socialist Web Site, 31 December 2016)
- 2016: a photo diary (RS21: Revolutionary Socialism in the 21st Century, December 31, 2016)
- Popular music in 2016. By Hiram Lee and Matthew Brennan (World Socialist Web Site, 31 December 2016)
- One year, one minute, four photographers (RS21: Revolutionary Socialism in the 21st Century, December 21, 2016)
- Best books of 2016 (Michael Roberts Blog: blogging from a marxist economist, December 21, 2016)
- The state, capital and predictions for the global economy. By Chris Bambery (Counterfire, December 20, 2016)
- The year in review: Verso authors reflect on 2016 (Verso Books, 8 December 2016)
- Top Ten sports books for 2016. By Mark Perryman (Counterfire, January 1, 2016)
- 2016: a year of more surprises? (Counterfire, January 2016). “Mark Perryman lists his top ten political books.”
- Predictions for 2016 (Michael Roberts Blog: blogging from a marxist economist, January 5, 2016). Predictions about the world economy.
Den engelske rockmusiker og skuespiller David Bowie dør på Manhattan, New York City, New York. (Født 8. januar 1947 i Brixton, Syd-London, England).
Bl.a. Bowies bemærkninger om Hitler som rock-stjerne (se The Quotable David Bowie), og den samtidige vækst i britiske fascistiske og racistiske partier, førte til dannelsen af bevægelsen Rock Against Racism (se Tidslinjen september 1976).
Filosof udgiver bog om Bowie: han døde en nobel død (Politiken.dk, 29. maj 2016). “Svend Brinkmann interviewer den britiske filosof Simon Critchley, hvis bog ‘Bowie’ udkommer på dansk (Klim, 2016)
David Bowie: En rebel er død. Af Anna Wolf (Socialistisk Arbejderavis, nr.350, 17. februar 2016). “En måned efter David Bowies død husker vi kunstneren, der satte et unikt aftryk på verden.”
We can be heroes: remembering David Bowie with a purpose. By Mark Perryman (Counterfire, January 22, 2016). “Philosophy Football’s Bowie shirts are a fitting memorial for the late artist.”
The man who fell to earth. By Alexander Billet (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 20 January 2016). “David Bowie showed that even if artists can dream, they can never fully remove themselves from the world.”
David Bowie (1947-2016). By Hiram Lee (World Socialist Web Site, 16 January 2016). “While his work was largely uneven in the ensuing years, Bowie remained capable of contributing something significant.”
David Bowie, the ‘Apolitical’ insurrectionist who taught us how to rebel. By John Nichols (The Nation, January 11, 2016). “With delight and ease, Bowie broke the boundaries of gender and sexuality.”
David Bowie Is. By Jonny Jones (Socialist Review, Issue 379, April 2013). “The new ‘David Bowie Is’ exhibition at the V&A Museum is a fascinating insight into one of one of the most contradictory figures in popular culture over the last 50 years.”
Filosof udgiver bog om Bowie: Han døde en nobel død (Politiken; Bøger, 27. maj 2016, side 6-7). Svend Brinkmann interviewer den britiske filosof Simon Critchley, hvis bog ‘Bowie’ udkommer på dansk([forlaget Klim, 2016)
Marxistisk historiker og politisk økonom Ellen Meiksins Wood dør. (Født 12. april 1942 i New York). Hun var med i redaktionskomiteen på det amerikanske tidsskrift Against the Current, britiske New Left Review (1984-1993), britiske Socialist Register (1996-2009) og redaktør på det amerikanske Monthly Review (1997-2000). Hun tilhørte (sammen med bla. Robert Brenner) “Political Marxism”-skolen.
(Foto kilde: FDR; Fundacao Dinarco Reis)
Ellen Meiksins Wood (1942-2016) (Wikipedia.org)
Personlisten Ellen Meiksins Wood (1942-2016) (Socialistisk Bibliotek)
Den britiske avis Guardian bringer tegneren Steve Bells satiretegning af Lars “Smykke”-Lykke, som bygger på “smykkeloven”s sammenligning med nazisternes udplyndring af jødiske emigranter.
Steve Bell on Denmark seizing refugees’ assets – cartoon
Det politiske establishment i DK blæser op til storm af forargelse og krav om undskyldning … men — glemt er deres egne argumenter under “tegningekrisen” i 2005-06.
Steve Bell svarede med denne tegning.
Folketinger vedtog den berygtede smykkelov og andre stramninger (!) dagen før.
Smykkelov: Britisk avis kalder Venstre for det dummeste parti i verden. Af Peter Schwarz-Nielsen (Modkraft.dk, 27. januar 2016)
Nu er de nye asylstramninger vedtaget (Politiko.dk, 26. januar 2016). “Den såkaldte smykkelov og en række andre asylstramninger er vedtaget i Folketinget.”
Tegner bag Løkke som nazist griner ad dansk forargelse. Af Martin Torpe (DR.dk, 31. januar 2016)
Pia Kjærsgaard: Derfor bør avis trække nazi-tegning af Løkke tilbage. Af Hans Redder (TV2.dk, 28. januar 2016)
Steve Bell’s Cartoons (The Guardian)
Linkboxen Muhammed-tegningerne/The Muhammad Cartoons (Socialistisk Bibliotek)
Om flygtningepolitik: Septembermobiliseringen af flygtningesolidaritetsbevægelsen (pdf). Af Jonas Toubøl (Dansk Sociologi, årg. 26, nr. 4, 2015, s.97-103).
Den amerikanske forfatter Harper Lee dør i Monroeville, Alabama. (Født samme sted 28. april 1926, se Tidslinjen).
Den britiske dramatiker Arnold Wesker dør i London (født 24. man 1932 i Stepney, London). Skrev skuespil med social indignation om arbejderklassen og var engageret (b.a. i tidlige marcher mod atomvåben) og var én af de “vrede unge mænd” i britisk 50’er-kultur.
Arnold Wesker (Wikipedia.org)
Sir Arnold Wesker obituary. By Julia Pascal (The Guardian, 13 April 2016)
Den amerikanske musiker og sangskriver Prince Rogers Nelson dør i Chanhassen, Minnesota, USA (født 7. juni 1958 i Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA).
Prince, 1958-2016. By Hiram Lee (World Socialist Web Site, 27 April 2016). “With his sexually charged lyrics and on-stage theatrics, Prince often courted controversy and both politicians and the media were more than happy to oblige him.”
Farewell to a true funk soldier. By Danny Katch (SocialistWorker.org, April 25, 2016). “We lost Prince just as the world seemed to be catching up to him.”
The lasting legacy and genius of Prince. By Darletta Scruggs and Eljeer Hawkins (Socialist Alternative, April 25, 2016). “The politics of Prince were a contradictory paradigm that were exhibited throughout his music – from an unapologetic sexual freedom … to a religiosity or spirituality that led him after the passing of his parents to become a Jehovah Witness in 2001.”
The Prince position. By Alexander Billet (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 24 April 2016). “It may be trite to say that Prince broke down boundaries, but that’s what made his music such a revelation.”
Prince and politics in Reagan’s America. By Jordy Cummings (Red Wedge, April 22, 2016). “Looking back at nearly four decades of hybridizing rock, funk and dance music, there can be no doubt that the man was a pioneer, sonically, aesthetically and as an artist who stood up and fought back against a music industry …”
Prince obituary. By Adam Sweeting (The Guardian, 22 April 2016). “Prodigious hit-maker who synthesised an intoxicating mix of musical styles.”
The Prince of sex. By Richard Kim (The Nation, April 21, 2016). “When Reagan was president, and sex was death, it was a Prince song that turned me inside out.”
Dengang lilla toner regnede ned over en fortabt generation. Af Simon Lund (Politiken, 20. april 2017, på PressReader.com). Anmeldelse af Touré: I would die 4yu (Gyldendal, 2017, 192 sider)
Britisk folkeafstemning om tilhørsforholdet til EU.
United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, 2016 (Wikipedia.org)
Linkboxen Den britiske venstrefløj og EU-afstemning juni 2016 (Socialistisk Bibliotek, maj 2016). Med links til danske venstrefløjs Brexit-debat før og efter 23. juni.
En britisk kommission om Irak-krigen – nedsat i juni 2009 – med embedsmanden John Chilcot som formand (derfor ofte kaldet Chilcot-kommissionen), offentliggør rapport (“Chilcot Report”/Iraq Inquiry Report),der bl.a. konkluderer: at Saddam Hussein ikke udgjorde en umiddelbar trussel mod Storbrittanien – efterretningerne om irakiske masseødelæggelsesvåben var forkerte – at fredelige løsninger ikke var udtømte – at USA & UK havde undermineret FN’s sikkerhedsråds autoritet – at det lovlige grundlag for krigen ikke var tilfredsstillende fremlagt – at krigen mod Irak i marts 2003 var unødvendig.
Britisk komité slår fast: Det var unødvendigt at invadere Irak i 2003 (Politiken.dk, 6. juli 2016). Med video + links.
Vänsterpress om Chilcot-rapporten (pdf) (Marxistarkiv.se, 21. juli 2016)
Iraq Inquiry (Wikipedia.org)
The Iraq Inquiry (site). “From the links on this page you can access the Executive Summary and the Report, search the supporting documents and review transcripts and recordings of the original hearings.”
Theme: Iraq war inquiry (The Guardian)
Chilcot, parliament and Tony Blair’s lies. By Lindsey German (Counterfire, July 15, 2016). “The state is still using pro-war rhetoric to cloud the truth behind the War on Terror.”
Not a whitewash (Weekly Worker, Issue 1115, 14 July 2016). “Yassamine Mather examines the Chilcot report and looks at a possible response.”
Chilcot Iraq war report: More piles of evidence against the blood-soaked war for oil. By Judy Beishon (The Socialist Party, 13 July 2016). “While there is nothing fundamentally new in the report, the conclusions are more candid than is usual from establishment circles …”
How lies created the case for the Iraq war. By Nick Clark (Socialist Worker, Issue 2512, 12 July 2016). “Tony Blair did not go to war in Iraq because of ”˜mistakes’ or ”˜honestly held beliefs’””evidence given to the Chilcot inquiry exposes a deliberate process of lies to justify intervention.”
Chilcot report vindicates anti-war movement (Socialist Resistance, July 10, 2016). “Fred Leplat analyses the repercussions of the Chilcot report and the tasks that arises out of it for the left.”
Chilcot was vindication for everyone who opposed the Iraq War (RS21: Revolutionary Socialism in the 21st Century, July 7, 2016). “Seb Cooke discusses how the movement that opposed the Iraq War in 2003 has been vindicated in the findings of yesterday’s Chilcot report.”
UK showed no real interest in monitoring civilian casualties – Iraq Body Count on the Chilcot Report (Iraq Body Count, 7 July 2016)
Britain: Chilcot report rocks the Establishment. By Rob Sewell (In Defence of Marxism, 6 July 2016). “The report’s conclusions could not be more damning …”
For the anti-war movement, Chilcot is not the end. Blair must face charges. By Lindsey German (The Guardian, 6 July 2016). “Peace campaigners called for this report and predicted many of its conclusions. Now we need action to finally achieve justice for Iraq.”
Linkboxen Imod besættelsen af Irak / Against the occupation of Irak (2. ed.) (Scialistisk Bibliotek)
Nekrolog: En mangeårig aktivist er død. Af Svend Vestergaard Jensen (Socialistisk Information, 5. august 2016). “Her i sommer døde Vagn Rasmussen, en mangeårig politisk aktivist, som i august ville være blevet 80 år.” Også online på Modkraft.dk (9. august).
“Man må aldrig give op” (Socialistisk Information, 20. oktober 2012). Åge Skovrind interviewer Vagn Rasmussen, som “ser tilbage på mere end 60 år som socialistisk aktivist.”
STS International Solidarity/Intersol – Et mødested for international solidaritet.
Et isoleret militærkup blev stoppet af regeringstro militær og politi, og på præsident Erdogans opfordring mobiliseredes menneskemasser på gaderne mod kuppet. Regeringens påstand om, at prædikanten Fethullah Gülen og bevægelsen Hizmet står bag, fører til udrensninger i militær, offentlig administration, læreanstaler osv.
Kupforsøg i Tyrkiet. Af Bo Nielsen (Socialistisk Arbejderavis, nr.353, 19. august 2016). “… folkelig modstand slog kupmagerne tilbage og viste et glimt af almindelige menneskers magt mod undertrykkerne.”
Lad os opbygge en demokratisk front og føre klassepolitik imod militærets og ErdoÄŸans kup (Socialistisk Information, 5. august 2016). Udtalelse vedtaget 17. juli af Yeniyol, den tyrkiske sektion af Ferde Internationale.
Turkey’s Fascist slide. By Güney Işıkara, Alp Kayserilioğlu and Max Zirngast (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 11 November 2016). “Turkish president Erdoğan is wielding the state to attack anyone who won’t capitulate to his authoritarian rule.”
The AKP’s hegemonic crisis. By Güney Işıkara, Alp Kayserilioğlu and Max Zirngast (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 16 August 2016). “Erdoğan has unleashed a massive purge in the wake of last month’s attempted coup. But he’s weaker than he appears.”
The coup that followed the coup in Turkey (SocialistWorker.org, August 11, 2016). “Alan Maass and Tom Gagné report on the aftermath of the failed military uprising in Turkey and the backdrop to the government’s escalating repression and violence.”
Turkey in a tailspin: The foiled coup attempt of July 15. By Ümit Cizre (Middle East report Online, August 10, 2016). “What is clear is that the foiled coup has been turned into a vehicle for a mean-spirited revanchism aimed at all perceived sources of opposition to the government.”
Erdoğan’s counter-coup coup. By Esen Uslu (New Politics, August 2, 2016). “Erdogan was clearly better prepared for the aftermath than the junta.”
The wrong answer. By Djene Bajalan (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 31 July 2016). “The Turkish military isn’t a friend to democracy or progress, and never has been.”
Turkey’s disaster (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 23 July 2016). Interview with Cihan Tugal: “The coup against Erdoğan failed, but that doesn’t mean democracy was preserved.”
Turkey: A war of two coups. By Sungur Savran (MR Zine, 20 July 2016). “The correct characterization of the coup is not one of democracy defeating dictatorship. Two despotic forces faced each other and the more gradualist one won.”
Turkey: Erbakan, Erdogan and after (Counterfire, 22 July 2016). “Alastair Stephens finds lessons for the movement in his analysis of the recent coup attempt in Turkey.”
What happened in Turkey? By Güney Işıkara, Alp Kayserilioğlu and Max Zirngast (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 18 July 2016). “Turkey’s failed military coup wasn’t in service of democracy but neither is Erdoğan’s countercoup.”
The story behind the rise of Turkey’s Ulema. By Ceren Lord (MERIP Online, February 4, 2018). “At the heart of the controversy over Islamization in Turkey has been the accelerated rise and visibility of the Islamic scholars or clergy known as the ulema.”
Erdoğan and his opponents. By Güney Işıkara, Alp Kayserilioğlu and Max Zirngast (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 19 January 2018). “Erdoğan’s would-be dictatorship is anything but stable. Here’s a look at the contradictions and fractures roiling Turkish society.”
Erdoğan’s Cesspit. By Daniel Finn (New Left Review, Issue 107, September-October 2017, p.5-8). “The AKP’s attitude to democracy was purely instrumental.”
Turkey’s New Left. By Cengiz Gunes (New Left Review, Issue 107, September-October 2017, p.9-30). “Can the Peoples’ Democratic Party, the most successful left-wing force in Turkey’s history, avoid the fate of its vanquished predecessors?”
Voting on Dictatorship. By Güney Işıkara, Alp Kayserilioğlu and Max Zirngast (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 15 April 2017). “Tomorrow’s referendum in Turkey is about one thing: Erdoğan’s brazen bid for dictatorial power.”
Liberalized Islam, post-sufis, and the military in Turkey (Verso/Blog, 18 July 2016). “An excerpt from Cihan Tuğal’s The Fall of the Turkish Model (Verso Books, 2016, 304 p.)
What’s next for Turkey? By Volkan Aran (Counterfire, August 12, 2014). “… what is the future for Turkey with Erdogan as the nation’s leader, and what do these elections signify?”
(Re)Radicalization of the working class in Turkey?: an appraisal of recent workplace occupations. By Mehmet Erman Erol (The Bullet/Socialist Project, E-Bulletin No.972, April 22, 2014)
All change in Turkey. By Roni Margulies (Socialist Review, April 2013)
‘Turkey and the Arab Spring’: Democratic janissaries? By Cihan Tuğal (New Left Review, Issue 76, July-August 2012, p.5-24)
Turkey’s search for regional power. By Yuksel Taskin (Middle East Report Online, August 21, 2010)
The general elections, Islam and the left in Turkey. By Ron Margulies (International Socialism, 9 October 2007)
NATO’s islamists. By Cihan Tuğal (New Left Review, Issue 44, March-April 2007, p.5-34)
Modern Turkey – development and crisis (Khamsin, Issue 11, 1984, 127 p.; online at Libcom.org). Temanummer.
Tidslinjen 28. maj 2013 om demonstrationerne mod regeringen i Geziparken ved Taksim i Istanbul.
Tidslinjen 9. november 1923, hvor Tyrkiet bliver republik og Kemal Atatürk præsident.
OL i Rio afholdes i skyggen af et »statskup«, omfattende korruption, tvangsrydninger og politidrab. Af Marcus Ferreira Larsen (Modkraft.dk, 5. august 2016). “… de Olympiske Lege risikerer at bidrage til social ulighed og yderligere økonomisk krise …” Med links.
Brasilien – OL 2016: Den anden side af medaljerne (Autonom Infoservice, 3. august 2016). “I et interview fortæller Julia Bustamente om protesterne mod tvangsforflytninger, prisstigninger og politivold i Brasiliens metropoler.” Med videoer og links.
The real drama in Rio begins after the Games. By Dave Zirin (SocialistWorker.org, August 29, 2016). “The Olympics are over, but they have set the stage for further social conflicts over the future of the Rio de Janeiro and all of Brazil.”
OlimpÃadas pra Quem? – Olympics for whom? (RS21: Revolutionary Socialism in the 21st Century, August 23, 2016). “Ignatius J. O’Reilly writes from Rio about how the Olympics were experienced by the people of Brasil and the protests that resulted.”
One community’s resistance will be the Rio Olympics’ longest-lasting legacy. By Dave Zirin and Jules Boykoff (The Nation, August 17, 2016). “The closing ceremony may have marked the end of the Olympics, but the Games will have a long-lasting impact””including the legacy of the families in in Rio de Janeiro’s Vila Autódromo who stood up to the Olympic monolith.”
A better Olympics is possible. By Mark Perryman (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 15 August 2016). “We can turn the Olympics from a corporate wonderland into a place of mass celebration and popular competition.”
Rio 2016: Simone Manuel calls out police brutality after historic Olympic swimming victory. By Victoria M. Massie (Vox.com, August 12, 2016). “The swimmer speaks out against racial injustice like African-American Olympians of the past.”
The Olympic calamity. By Jules Boykoff (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 8 August 2016). “It might not be captured on primetime Olympic coverage, but Brazilians are welcoming the Games with mass protest.”
The Toxic Games. By David Finkel (New Politics, August 5, 2016). Review of Dave Zirin, Brazil’s Dance with the Devil: The World Cup, the Olympics, and the Fight for Democracy. Updated Olympics edition (Haymarket Books, 2016, 238 p.). “Dave Zirin’s timely gem of a book navigates the cesspool that the Olympics as well as the FIFA World Cup have become.”
Festival of nationalism. By Eddie Ford (Weekly Worker, Issue 1118, 4 August 2016). “This year’s Olympics are even more grotesque than normal.”
As the Rio Olympics loom – the brutal reality of Brazil’s eviction games. By Andy Brown and Simon Shaw (Socialist Worker, Issue 2515, 2 August 2016). “A city planned for the rich and ”˜slavery’ for workers while the poor are cleansed for being in the way.”
The last dance: On heading to Olympic Rio. By Dave Zirin (The Nation, August 1, 2016). “For almost 10 years, Brazil has prepared for the Olympics. Now a majority wish the Games had never darkened their door.”
‘C is for Corruption’: The Rio Olympics from A to Z. By Adam Talbot (ROAR Magazine, July 26, 2016). “From police killings to forced evictions and environmental destruction; the Olympic Games in Rio are cause for an alphabet soup of misery and suffering.”
Let the Games begin. By Jules Boykoff (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 16 July 2016). “The Rio Olympics are taking to the extreme the overblown promises and neoliberal development now typical of the games.”
Violence has no place in these games! (pdf) (Amnesty International, 2 June 2016, 25 p.). “Amnesty International warns that previous experiences with major sports events hosted in the country, along with a history of human rights violations committed by the Brazilian security forces, raise concerns regarding the potential risk of human rights violations in the context of the Olympic Games.”
How the Rio Olympics could cement a Brazilian coup. By Dave Zirin (The Nation, March 21, 2016). “Scandals engulfing the country’s elite are not touching the 2016 Olympics. This could very well be by design.”
Rio 2016 Olympics: The Exclusion Games: Mega-events and human rights violations in Rio de Janeiro (pdf) (Dossier World Cup and Olympics Popular Committee of Rio de Janeiro, November 2015, 177 p.)
Tidslinjen 12. juni 2014 med baggrund om VM i fodbold i Brasilien.
Tidslinjen 1. juni 2013 om demonstrationer og folkeligt oprør i Brasilien som protest mod højere transportpriser.
Linkboxen: OL i London 2012 (Socialistisk Bibliotek)
Tidslinjen 7. oktober 1945 om Lula (præsident 2003-2010) og Brasilien.
A historic turning point in Brazil. By Eduardo Albuquerque (International Socialism, Issue 151, Summer 2016). “Dilma Rousseff’s suspension is a historic turning point in Brazil””the end of an era of Workers’ Party (PT) national governments …”
Crisis in Brazil. By Perry Anderson (London Review of Books, Vol.38, No.8, 21 April 2016). “Dilma Rousseff’s … Workers’ Party, which had long enjoyed by far the highest level of approval in Brazil, became the most unpopular party in the country.”
Brazil: The debacle of the PT. By Alfredo Saad-Filho (MRZine, March 30, 2015). “At a deeper level, the economic and political crises in Brazil are due to the achievements and limitations of the administrations led by LuÃs Inácio Lula da Silva (2003-06 and 2007-10) and Dilma Rousseff (2011-14 and 2015-present).”
Brazil: Lula, Rousseff, and the Workers Party establishment in power. By Dan La Botz (New Politics, No.58, Winter 2015). “We look here at the PT’s almost 12 years in power and at the way in which what began as an inspiring workers’ movement tending toward socialism became transformed into part of a new political capitalist establishment.”
Two transitions in Brazil: dilemmas of a Neoliberal democracy. By Alfredo Saad Filho (The Bullet, No.927, January 2014). “This article reviews the background and the implications of two transitions in Brazil: the political transition from a military regime to democracy, and the economic transition from import-substituting industrialization to neoliberalism.”
150-180 mio. nedlægger arbejdet i Indien, den største generalstrejke i historien.
Indian general strike of 2016 (Wikipedia.org). Lille leksikal med links.
Verdens største generalstrejke. Af Vijay Prashad (Socialistisk Information, 18. september 2016). “150 millioner arbejdere nedlagde arbejdet, men medierne fortsætter deres tavshed.” Også online på Modkraft.dk (20. september 2016)
Another year of Modi, another year of protest. By Thomas Crowley (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 13 October 2016). “Unrest in India continues to build, but its direction remains uncertain.”
India on strike. By Kunal Chattopadhyay & Soma Marik (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 4 October 2016). “Likely the largest general strike in world history, it demonstrated the power of the Indian working class, which is increasingly underpaid, casualized, and unorganized.”
The biggest strike in world history? No thanks, we’re focusing on the new iPhone. By Jim Naureckas (FAIR, 8 September 2016). “… there was virtually no coverage of the strike in commercial US media, according to searches of the Nexis news database.”
(Source: Michael Barker blog (Leicester).
The informal economy and India’s working class. By Bill Crane (International Socialist Review, Issue 106, Fall 2017, p.114-138)
Austerity, neoliberalism and the Indian working class. By Snehal Shingavi (International Socialist Review, Issue 103, Winter 2016–17, p.71–88)
General strike paralyzes India. By Lal Khan (In Defence of Marxism, 3 September 2015)
Democracy, capitalism and the left in India. By Jairus Banaji and Rohini Hensman (Solidarity & Workers’ Liberty, Vol.3, No.164, 10 December 2009)
Elections and the left in India. By Kunal Chattopadhyay and Soma Marik (International Socialist Review, Issue 66, July-August 2009)
India after the elections: a rough guide. By Chris Harman (International Socialism, Issue 103, Summer 2004, p.49-94)
The politics of neoliberalism in India: A conversation with Achin Vanaik (International Socialist Review, Issue 33, January–February 2004)
Tidslinjen 15. august 1947 om Indiens selvstændighed mv.
Shimon Peres, den tidligere præsident i Israel (2007-2014), og statsminister, udenrigs- m.m. i flere omgange, dør i Tel Aviv. Født som Szymon Perski 2. august 1923 i Wienawa, Polen (nu Vishniev i Hviderusland).
Shimon Peres (1923-2016). By Patrick Martin (World Socialist Web Site, 1 October 2016). “In reality, Peres was deeply implicated in many of the foulest historical crimes associated with the establishment, expansion and militarization of the state of Israel.”
Shimon Peres””war criminal and confidence trickster. By Simon Assaf (Socialist Worker, Issue 2523, 30 September 2016). “He is remembered as being the force behind an attempted peace with the Palestinians. But the Oslo process he championed turned out to be a trap.”
Press Statement: On the death of Shimon Peres, Apartheid collaborator and Israeli war criminal (BDS South Afrika, 29 September 2016). Shimon Peres on Apartheid South Africa: “Israel and [Apartheid] South Africa have one thing above all else in common: they are both situated in a predominantly hostile world inhabited by dark peoples.”
Shimon Peres from the perspective of his victims. By Ilan Pappe (The Electronic Intifada, 28 September 2016).
“Shimon Peres symbolized the beautification of Zionism, but the facts on the ground lay bare his role in perpetrating so much suffering and conflict.”
Shimon Peres was no peacemaker. I’ll never forget the sight of pouring blood and burning bodies at Qana. By Robert Fisk (The Independent, 28 September 2016). “Peres said the massacre came as a ”˜bitter surprise’. It was a lie: the UN had repeatedly told Israel the camp was packed with refugees.”
Simon Peres, as he was. By Michel Warschawski (AIC: Alternativenews.org, 28 September 2016). “A great statesman former Israeli president Shimon Peres was not. The architect and gravedigger of the Oslo Accords was a cunning politician, never elected by popular vote.”
Peres, Oslo and Peace (Counterfire, September 28, 2016). “Is Shimon Peres’ record as ‘dove-like’ as his obituaries makes out? Shabbir Lakha thinks not.”
How Shimon Peres stole the bomb with a bluff, and why military censor doesn’t want Israelis to know about it. By Richard Silverstein (Tikun Olam, September 28, 2016). “From almost the first moment after the State was founded Ben Gurion aspired to create a nuclear weapon.”
Was Shimon Peres a man of peace? By Gideon Levy (Haaretz, September 28, 2016). “The truth must be told: Shimon Peres wanted peace, but never saw Palestinians as equal to Jews.”
The other, darker legacy of Shimon Peres. By Haggai Matar (+972 Magazine, September 28, 2016). “Shimon Peres, the last member of Israel’s founding generation, was feted internationally as a visionary man of peace. His legacy is in fact far more complex, and often nefarious.”
Shimon Peres: Israeli war criminal whose victims the West ignored. By Ben White (MEMO, September 28, 2016). “Shimon Peres epitomised the disparity between Israel’s image in the West and the reality of its bloody, colonial policies in Palestine and the wider region.”
Shimon Peres, dead at 93 (Mondoweiss, September 28, 2016). “… Peres’s true legacy includes the ongoing colonization of Palestinian lands and creation of Israel’s nuclear weapon program.”
Shimon Peres 90th birthday: Career of land theft, killing civilians, assassinations, and wars. By Uri Avnery (Al-Jazeerah, CCUN, June 24, 2013). “If the life of Shimon Peres was a play, it would be difficult to classify. A tragedy? A comedy? A tragicomedy?”
om en anden krigsforbryder, Ariel Sharon (1928-2014) (Linksamling)
Tidslinjen 24. august 1929 om Yasser Arafat.
Linkboxen Zionisme – Antizionisme: Historien om racisme og etnisk fordrivelse (Socialistisk BIbliotek)
Kontanthjælpsloftet får virkning pr. 1.10.2016 for modtagere af kontanthjælp mfl. med grænse for, hvor meget der samlet set kan fås i særlig støtte, boligstøtte og kontanthjælp, uddannelseshjælp eller integrationsydelse.
L 113: Forslag til lov om ændring af lov om aktiv socialpolitik, lov om individuel boligstøtte, integrationsloven og forskellige andre love (Folketinget.dk, 3. februar 2016). Kontanthjælpsloft, 225-timersregel, ferie til uddannelses- og kontanthjælpsmodtagere m.v.
Lov om ændring af lov om aktiv socialpolitik, lov om individuel boligstøtte, integrationsloven og forskellige andre love (Retsinformation.dk, 22. marts 2016). Kontanthjælpsloft, 225-timersregel, ferie til uddannelses- og kontanthjælpsmodtagere m.v.
Grafik: Sådan påvirker det nye kontanthjælpsloft familier med børn (DR.dk, 15. marts 2016)
Overblik: Forstå regeringens nye kontanthjælpsloft (Altinget.dk, 14. marts 2016)
Kontanthjælpsloftet sætter tryk på fattigdomsudviklingen (pdf). Af Jonas Schytz Juul (AE, Arbejderbevægelsens Erhvervsråd, 27. november 2016)
Kontanthjælpsloft kan føre til omsorgssvigt. Af Anne Ringgaard (Videnskab.dk, 12. september 2016). Interview med Morten Ejrnæs og Adam Johansen.
Kontanthjælpsloftet opfylder ikke regeringens egne succeskriterier (pdf). Af Jonas Schytz Juul (AE, Arbejderbevægelsens Erhvervsråd, 16. september 2016). “Regeringens egne tal viser, at der næsten ingen effekt er.”
Tema: Sammen mod ulighed (Enhedslisten.dk). Bla. med Fakta om kontanthjælp før og efter reformen og den nye integrationsydelse.
Tema: På dybt vand med fattigdomsydelserne (pdf) (Rød + Grøn, nr.83, september 2016, s.16-25). Scroll ned.
Rådet for Socialt Udsattes høringssvar til forslag om nyt kontanthjælpsloft (8. januar 2016)
Kontanthjælpsalliancen (site). “Kontanthjælpsalliancen er et løst organiseret netværk af folk og foreninger, der ønsker … en nuancering og kvalificering af debatten om kontanthjælp.”
Mindre end hver femte dansker har styr på fakta om kontanthjælp. Af Lærke Øland Frederiksen (Ugebrevet A4, 30. september 2016)
Ulighed gør os alle fattigere: Fire bud på et mere lige Danmark (Enhedslisten, 19. januar 2016)
Børnefamiliers fattigdom og omsorgssvigt … Af Adam Johansen (Institut for Socialt Arbejde, Professionshøjskolen Metropol, 2016, 216 sider) (Socialt Arbejde, 17). “En forskningsrapport: 15 case studier fra tre kommuner og en forskningsoversigt af nordisk og engelsksproget litteratur 2000-2014.”
Minimumsbudget for forbrugsudgifter – hvad er det mindste, man kan leve for? (pdf). Af Jens Bonke og Anders Eiler Wiese Christensen (Rockwool Fondens Forskningsenhed og Syddansk Universitetsforlag, 2016, 54 sider)
Hvad koster det at leve? Referencebudget og minimumsbudget for
familier (pdf). Notat af Finn Kenneth Hansen, Henning Hansen og Malte Moll Wingender (CASA, november 2015, 26 sider)
En dansk fattigdomsgrænse – analyser og forslag til opgørelsesmetoder (pdf) (Ekspertudvalg om Fattigdom, juni 2013, 296 sider). “Regeringen nedsatte i maj 2012 ekspertudvalget om fattigdom, der har haft til opgave at belyse forskellige metoder til at opgøre fattigdom og udarbejde forslag til en mulig dansk fattigdomsgrænse.”
Fordeling & Levevilkår 2015: De glemte fattige (AE, Arbejderbevægelsens Erhvervsråd, november 2015, 38 sider)
Fordeling & Levevilkår 2014: Fattigdom mærker børns fremtid
(AE, Arbejderbevægelsens Erhvervsråd, december 2014, 67 sider)
Linkboxen: Wilkinson/Picketts bog Lighed (Socialistisk Bibliotek)
Dansk Socialpolitik 1708-2008 (10. udgave). Af Viggo Jonasen (Den Sociale Højskole i Aarhus, 2009, 454 sider; online på Viggojonasen.dk)
Den aktive venstrefløjs-dramatiker og Nobelprismodtager, Dario Fo, dør i Milano (Nobelpris i litteratur, 10. december 1997, se denne)
Den amerikanske 60’er- og fredsaktivist Tom Hayden dør i Santa Monica, Californien. (Født 11. december 1939, se denne.)
Ejendomsspekulanten og mangemillionæren Donald Trump vælges til 45. præsident i USA som Det Republikanske Partis kandidat.
Demokraternes kandidat Hillary Clinton fik 66 mio. (48 %) stemmer og 227 valgmænd, mens Trump fik 63 mio. (46 %) og 304 valgmænd. Stemmeprocenten 55.
- Tema: Valg i USA 2016 (DR.dk)
- Præsidentvalget i USA 2016 (Wikipedia.dk) + United States presidential election, 2016 (Wikipedia.org)
- Tema: Præsidentvalg i USA (Videnskab.dk)
- Præsidentvalget i USA (FaktaLink, november 2016)
Emne: Donald Trump (Modkraft.dk)
Kreativ ødelæggelse i stor skala. Af Jan Helbak (Kritisk Debat, 15. august 2018). “Trumps optræden og handlemåde kan bedst betegnes som kreativ ødelæggelse i stor skala i og med ødelæggelsen omfatter hele den verdensorden, som USA var i stand til at diktere efter 2. Verdenskrig.”
Borgerskabet er begyndt at vende Trump ryggen. Af Dan La Botz (Socialistisk Information, 8. september 2017). “De store bankers farvel til Trump – Blankfein fra Goldman Sachs og Dimon fra JP Morgan Chase – signalerer måske begyndelsen til enden på denne præsidents embedsperiode.”
“Trumps kontrarevolution” (Autonom Infoservice, 23. juli 2017). Anmeldelse af Mikkel Bolts bog (Nemo, 2017, 128 s.). “… en lille men vigtig bog. Kan varmt anbefales – ikke kun til USA interesserede, men til alle, der vil vide mere om den kriseramte nationalstat.”
Neofascisme i Det Hvide Hus. Af John Bellamy Foster (Kritisk Debat, 15. juni 2017). “Ikke blot en ny regering, men en helt ny ideologi har nu indtaget Det Hvide Hus: neofascismen.”
Hvem satte Trump i Det Hvide Hus? Af Kim Moody (Socialistisk Information, 21. januar 2017). “Politik, som sædvanligt, har svigtet. Hvem satte Trump i Det Hvide Hus? Demokraterne.”
USA under Trump. Af Carl Pedersen (Kritisk Debat, 15. december 2016). “Trumps sejr kan derfor ende med at blive Demokraternes chance for at blive et parti ikke for den globale elite, men et ægte folkeparti i Kings ånd.”
Donald Trump, eliten og arbejderklassen. Af Steen Andersen (Socialistisk Information, 27. november 2016). “… generelt er Trumps sejr ikke udtryk for, at der er sket et højreskred i den amerikanske befolkning.”
At forstå Trump og hvordan han kan bekæmpes. Af John Molyneux (Socialistisk Arbejderavis, nr.354, 13. november 2016; kun online). “Donald Trumps overraskende valgsejr har chokeret millioner af amerikanere og hundreder af millioner af mennesker rundt om i verden og med rette.”
Udfordring af den liberale verdensorden? Af Jan Helbak (Kritisk Debat, 14. november 2016). “[Det] … skrev Financial Times på lederplads … Det forholder sig lige omvendt.”
Liberalismens sorte hul. Af Håkan Blomqvist (Socialistisk Information, 11. november 2016). “Trumps sejr kan ses som nyliberalismens endestation inden for kapitalismen, eller snarere som dens sorte hul.”
Trump bliver amerikansk præsident: Ingen tid til selvmedlidenhed på venstrefløjen. Af Interventionistische Linke (Modkraft.dk, 10. november 2016). “Det handler om at træde aktivt ind i kampen for et solidarisk samfund.”
Modstand mod globalisering bag USA’s valg. Af Henrik Herløv Lund (Modkraft.dk, 9. november 2016)
USAs Brexit: Bekæmp Trump, bekæmp kapitalismen! Af John Peterson (Revolution, 9. november 2016). “I en epoke med fremskreden kapitalistisk forfald, er det utænkelige blevet den nye normalitet.”
Venstrefløjen og det “mindste onde”. Af Barry Sheppard (Socialistisk Information, 28. oktober 2016)
USA’s besværlige valg. Af Carl Pedersen (Kritisk Debat, 17. oktober 2016)
USA: Interview med Green Party’s præsidentkandidat Jill Stein (Autonom Inforservice, 12. oktober 2016)
Vänsterpress om presidentvalet i USA (pdf) (Marxistarkiv.se, 19. november 2016, 31 s.). “Artikelsamling med kommentarer och analyser.”
Cathy Newman’s full interview with Philosopher Noam Chomsky. From Trump and Clinton, to climate change, Brexit and TPP, America’s foremost intellectuals presents his views on who rules the world today. (Channel 4/News, November 14, 2016, 17:13 min.)
- Topic: U.S. Politics (SocialistWorker.org)
- Topic: Donald Trump (Democracy Now!)
- Video: David Harvey and Robert Brenner discuss the economy and Donald Trump. Part 1-3 (Left Voice, December 2, 2016, 105 min.). “The two marxist scholars exchange on the current economic situation and the tasks ahead.”
What is Trumpism? By Barry Sheppard (Links: International Journal of Socialist Renewal, December 2, 2018). “Trumpism and what it spawns is a grave danger today. Between regular bourgeois democracy and all its shortcomings, and fascism, there are in-between forms, such as military dictatorship. There are also a range of possible forms in what Marx called bonapartism.”
What is Trump? By Dylan Riley (New Left Review, Issue 114, November-December 2018, p.5-31). “Debates around the politics of Trump and other new-right leaders have led to an explosion of historical analogizing, with the experience of the 1930s looming large.”
Donald Trump, lumpen capitalist. By Samuel Farber (Jacobin, 19 October 2018). “The most important thing about Donald Trump isn’t his psychological condition — it’s that he’s a capitalist. And a particular kind of capitalist at that: a lumpen capitalist.”
Mike Davis on Trumps America (Rebel: The New Socialist Website, September 4, 2018). “Mike Davis—a world renowned American scholar, and author of several books—was interviewed by Seán Mitchell for Rebel, about the state of Trump’s America.”
Dan La Botz on his new book on Trump and the resistance (New Politics, Blog, July 23, 2018). ” In this book you discuss both the rise of the new populism of Sanders and Trump and its social and historical roots, but you also look at the Resistance and discuss its strengths and weaknesses, as well as examining the strategies of the left and its future.”
Donald Trump and the world. By Alan Woods (In Defence of Marxism, 12 July 2018). “Trump’s foreign policy is adding a new and destabilising element into the general crisis of world capitalism. The serious strategists of capital observe this unedifying spectacle with growing alarm.”
Illiberal hegemony: The Trump administration strategy for US Imperialism. By Ashley Smith (International Socialist Review, Issue 109, Summer 2018. “While Trump is an unpredictable and mercurial figure … his administration remains very committed to American dominance in the world, but in a far more unilateral fashion than ever before.”
How we got stuck with Trump: A socialist perspective. By Eve Ottenberg (International Socialist Review, Issue 109, Summer 2018). Review of Lance Selfa (ed.), US Politics in an Age of Uncertainty: Essays on a New Reality (Haymarket Books, 2018, 234 p.): “[The book] is a smart and compelling reader, written by socialists, that delves into different aspects of US politics in this era of transition from Obama to Trump.”
Trump: An American Dream — Documentary traces rise of New York real estate billionaire. By Fred Mazelis (World Socialist Web Site, 11 June 2018). “The four-part television series released in Britain last year and now streaming on Netflix, is a devastating portrait of the current president of the United States.”
Trump get serious. By Alex Callinicos (International Socialism, Issue 158, Spring 2018). “More or less coherent in economic policy (or becoming so), Trump is much more erratic in foreign affairs.”
What Fascism is, and isn’t. By Martin Oppenheimer (Against the Current, Issue 194, May-June 2018). “Donald Trump and his retinue constitute the extreme kleptocratic, nepotistic wing of the Republican regime. His faction lacks even the coherence of a consistent reactionary program, much less is it capable of promoting a fascist vision.”
Bloody Trump’s first year. By Lance Selfa (International Socialist Review, Issue 108, Spring 2018). ” In many ways, the Trump administration has been every bit as horrific as anyone could have predicted. But, on the other hand, it hasn’t gotten its way on all of its reactionary plans.”
Trump and the Labor movement: A look beyond the immediate damage. By Dan La Botz (New Politics, Issue 64, Winter 2018, p.21-32). “President Donald Trump and the Republican Congress, as well as Republicans in state legislatures and in the courts, are planning an assault meant to annihilate the American labor movement.”
Trump after one: A conversation with Kate Aronoff, Paul Heideman, Doug Henwood and Kim Phillips-Fein (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 20 January 2017). “A Jacobin roundtable on Trump’s first year in office.”
The political economy of Fascism. By Louis Proyect (CounterPunch, October 27, 2017). “Donald Trump is simply the latest manifestation of the neoliberal turn that took root in Reagan’s presidency. It has nothing to do with fascism …”
Fascism and Anti-Fascism: reflections on recent debates on the US Left. By Charlie Post (Salvage, 10 October 2017). “The election of Donald Trump and the resulting uptick of racist violence since November 2016 has placed the issue of fascism back on the agenda of the US left.” See also Monique Dois: Free speech and fighting the Right on campus (International Socialist Review, Issue 106, Autumn 2017)
Trump, the alt-right and fascism in the US (Socialist Review, Issue 427, September 2017). “Michael Bradley examines the tangled relationship between the far-right and President Trump, and the implications for fighting fascism.”
Naomi Klein, No is Not Enough. By Andrew Stone (RS21: Revolutionary Socialism in the 21st Century, August 15, 2017). Review of Naomi Klein’s book (Allen Lane, 2017, 273 p.): “Naomi Klein draws on her past analysis of capitalism in arguing how to defeat the “new shock politics” of Trump.” Dansk udgave: Nej er ikke nok: Modstand mod Trump og højrepopulismens chokpolitik (Klim, 2017, 304 s.). Danske anmeldelser: Hvordan bekæmper vi Donald Trump? Af Mikael Hertoft (Rød+Grøn, nr.93, august 2017, s.9) + Vigtigt bidrag fra Naomi Klein til forståelse af præsident Trump. Af Jens Kristiansen. (Arbejderen.dk, 6. oktober 2017, s. )
Trump’s first 100 days. By Lance Selfa (International Socialist Review, Issue 105, Summer 2017, p.1-10). “It’s hard to apply the conventional yardsticks to the first 100 days of the Trump administration, which, in many ways, have been unprecedented in the post- World War II era.”
Donald Trump: A balance sheet. By Megan Trudell (International Socialism, Issue 154, Spring 2017, p.21-34). “Trump is reactionary and demagogic, but he is not a fascist. This is important not least because it will be part of the Democrat narrative as they seek to recover ground …”
This is not populism. By John Bellamy Foster (Monthly Review, Vol.69, No.2, June 2017). “Since Trump’s election, mainstream commentary has generally avoided the question of fascism or neofascism, preferring instead to apply the vaguer, safer notion of ‘populism’.”
Neofascism in the White House. By John Bellamy Foster (Monthly Review, Vol.68, No.11, April 2017). “Not only a new administration, but a new ideology has now taken up residence at the White House: neofascism.” Dansk udgave: Neofascisme i Det Hvide Hus (Kritisk Debat, 15. juni 2017). Også trykt i Arbejderen (9.-11.2.2017/magasinet Teori&Praksis, 4 s.), p.t. ikke online. See also John Bellamy Foster, Trump in the White House: Tragedy and Farce (Monthly Review Press, 2017, 160 p.) + Notes from the Editors (Monthly Review, Vol.69, No.5, October 2017) + review by Graham Kirkwood (Counterfire,
The great God Trump & the white working class. By Mike Davis (Catalyst: A Journal of Theory and Strategy, Vol.1, No.1, Spring 2017, p.150-171). “This is a skeptical interrogation of the widely-accepted belief that white working-class voters elected Trump.”
Passing the baton. By Perry Anderson (New Left Review, Issue 103, January-February 2017, p.41-64). “The legacy that helped Drumpf into office and prospects for America’s newest left.”
Why is Donald Trump the president of the United States? (RS21: Revolutionary Socialism in the 21st Century, March 6, 2017). “Amy Gilligan and Dominic Jones crunch the numbers to understand what happened in November’s election in the United States.”
Trump: the new face of Fascism? (Counterfire, February 22, 2017). “Is Trump a fascist? What is Fascism anyway? Chris Bambery takes a look.”
We got Trumped: Results and prospects after the 2016 election. By Charlie Post (International Socialist Review, Issue 104, Spring 2017). “The core of Trump’s support, like that of the Tea Party since 2009, is the older white and suburban/exurban middle classes.”
Donald Trump and the US elections. By Josh Hollands (International Socialism, Issue 153, Winter 2017, p.39-55). “… the left needs to build a mass opposition to his administration and the fascists who feel emboldened by him.”
Election 2016 (New Left Review, Issue 103, January-February 2017, p.5-8). “Mike Davis argues the vote was not a critical realignment but a razor-thin margin for the Republican, mobilizing rustbelt discontent while locking in the Christian right.”
Waking up from the dream. By Steve Leigh (SocialistWorker.org, January 11, 2017). Review of Arlie Hochschild, Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right (New Press, 2016, 368 p.): “A book based on years of interviews with Tea Party supporters provides insight into why Donald Trump won support.”
Who Put Trump in the White House? By Kim Moody (Against the Current, Issue 186, January-February 2017). “Politics as usual have failed! Who put Trump in the White House? The Democrats.” See also Kim Moody: The Ohio vote in November (ibid., Issue 187, March-April 2017).
Capital’s wishful thinking (Weekly Worker, Issue 1135, 15 december 2016). “Michael Roberts analyses the likely impact of ‘Trumponomics’.”
Who’s to blame for Trump’s win? (Socialist Review, Issue 419, December 2016). “Lewis Nielsen interrogates the various explanations being put forward for Trump’s win.”
Fairfax County, USA. By Matt Karp (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 28 November 2016). “Hillary Clinton won rich suburbs in record numbers. But her campaign failed to mobilize workers of all races.”
Listening to Trump. By Christian Parenti (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 22 November 2016). “What did millions of voters see in Trump? His speeches hold the answer.”
Reflections on the Election. By Stephen R. Shalom (New Politics, November 21, 2016). “In what follows I offer some thoughts on left arguments and positions that I encountered many times over the past months …”
What is really going on at Trump Tower and why it isn’t fascism (Counterfire, November 18, 2016). “Inappropriate use of the F-word misleads and disorientates at a time when clarity is key, warns Chris Nineham.”
The meaning of Donald Trump. By Alan Woods (In Defence of Marxism, 18 November 2016). “What we are witnessing is neither more nor less than a major turning point in world history.”
Trump and Fascism: A view from the past. By Jane Caplan (History Workshop, Blog, November 17, 2016). “Is Trump a fascist? Let’s start with another question: why do we want to know? Is it simply to stick him with the most damning political label available? Or is it because his ideas, his actions, his support really put him in the same genus as the fascist movements and regimes of interwar Europe?”
How the loser won the White House…again. By Nicole Colson (SocialistWorker.org, November 16, 2016. “The Electoral College was written into the Constitution to protect America’s ruling class from the consequences of one-person-one-vote democracy.”
Not a Revolution – yet. By Mike Davis (Verso/Blog, 15 November 2016). “The weak spots in Trump’s victory show that the future still lies with Bernie’s democratic-socialist coalition.”
Who’s to blame for Trump’s victory? (SocialistWorker.org, November 14, 2016). “Lance Selfa answers questions about Election 2016–and dissects some of the myths that are settling in as conventional wisdom.”
US Election: Why Clinton lost and Trump won (RS21: Revolutionary Socialism in the 21st Century, November 12, 2016). “Writing from the US, Bill Crane examines the reasons behind Trump’s victory in the US elections and what the future could hold.”
The myth of the reactionary white working class. By Eric London (World Socialist Web Site, 12 November 2016). “[The] identity-based presentation of Tuesday’s election is a false narrative exploded by the most basic analysis of the data from the election.”
The election of Trump and the struggle ahead (SocialistWorker.org, November 11, 2016). “An International Socialist Organization statement on the election and what’s next.”
How Trump won. By Jedediah Purdy (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 11 November 2016). “The Democratic Party’s abandonment of the working class cleared the space for Trump.”
Abolish the Electoral College. By Daniel Lazare (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 11 November 2016). “Tuesday’s election showed once again that the Constitution is an impediment to democratic rule.”
Trump win was a revolt of the NCOs. By Barry Finger (Workers Liberty, 11 November, 2016). “This election was a revolt headed by those who had acquired a modest stake in middle class life and now find that life, and the institutions that made that life possible, disappearing.”
Labor under Trump. By Buzz Malone (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 11 November 2016). “Donald Trump’s election means it’s truly organize or die time for the labor movement.”
Who voted for Donald Trump? By Sadie Robinson (Socialist Worker, Issue 2530, November 10, 2016)
United States: Left responses to Trump’s election victory (Links: International Journal of Socialist Renewal, November 10, 2016). “Statements by the US Green Party’s Jill Stein, the national steering committee of Solidarity, the International Socialist Organization, and an article by Dan La Botz.”
How America got Trumped. By Kenan Malik (Pandaemonium, November 10, 2016). “But if the rise of Trump to the White House represents anger and disaffection with the elite, it is no popular revolt. It is rather an expression of the absence of real revolt.”
The resistance starts now (SocialistWorker.org, November 10, 2016). “In this feature, we collect the thoughts of SocialistWorker.org contributors.”
It was the Democrats’ embrace of neoliberalism that won it for Trump. By Naomi Klein (The Guardian, 9 November 2016). “People have lost their sense of security, status and even identity. This result is the scream of an America desperate for radical change.”
The Trump disaster: the chickens come home to roost. By John Rees (Counterfire, November 9, 2016). “The 45th President of the United States is a reactionary populist, a racist and a misogynist. This we know. The important question is why did it happen?”
Capital’s wishful thinking (Weekly Worker, Issue 1135, 15 December 2016). “Michael Roberts analyses the likely impact of ‘Trumponomics’.”
Trump, trade and technology (Michael Roberts Blog: blogging from a marxist economist, December 10, 2016) + Testing Trumponomics (ibid., November 18, 2016) + Donald Trump and the poisoned chalice of the US economy (ibid., November 9, 2016) + Donald Trump and the US economy (ibid., January 25, 2016)
Trump’s victory and the debacle of American democracy. By Joseph Kishore (World Socialist Web Site, 9 November 2016). “Such is the degeneration of bourgeois rule that it has elevated an obscene charlatan and billionaire demagogue to the highest office in the land.”
Understanding the US elections – some things to read (RS21: Revolutionary Socialism in the 21st Century, November 8, 2016). “Amy Gilligan and Bill Crane have collected together some articles that discuss some of the key debates that have gone on throughout the election.”
Anger, mourning and the American right (Spiked Review of Books, November 2016). “Arlie Hochschild talks Trump, liberal ignorance and the importance of empathy.” She is the author of Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right (New Press, 2016, 368 p.)
The mythology of Trump’s ‘working class’ support. By Nate Silver (FiveThirtyEight, May 3, 2016). “His voters are better off economically compared with most Americans.”
Father of Fascism studies: Donald Trump shows alarming willingness to use Fascist terms & styles. Part 1 + Part 2 (Democracy Now!, March 15, 2016). “Is Donald Trump really a fascist? We put the question to Robert Paxton, author of several books, including ‘The Anatomy of Fascism’.”
Are white workers the base of Trump reaction? (SocialistWorker.org, January 13, 2016). “Lance Selfa goes beyond the impressionism to reveal a different picture.”
Combatting white nationalism: lessons from Marx. By Andrew Kliman (With Sober Senses/Marxist-Humanist Initiative, October 2, 2017, 23 p.). “This essay seeks to draw lessons from Karl Marx’s writings and practice that can help combat Trumpism and other expressions of white nationalism.”
“Derfor ligner Trumps machoidéer om styrke fascisme”. Af Mathias Hee Pedersen (Modkraft.dk, 23. januar 2017)
Right Hooks. By Michael Hirsch (New Politics, Blog, December 26, 2017). Review of David Neiwart, Alt-Right: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump (Verso Books, 2017, 464 p.).
Ctrl-Alt-Delete: The origins and ideology of the Alternative Right. By Matthew N. Lyons (Political Research Associates, January 20, 2017). “An antifascist report on the far right movement that embraced Donald Trump.” See also Threewayfight.blogspot.
After fascism, what? (RS21, December 8, 2016). “David Renton discusses whether previous definitions of ‘fascism’ fit with the world we see today.”
Tidslinjen 30. april 2015 om Bernie Sanders.
Linkboxen: Efter valget af Obama (2009)
Linksboxen: George W. Bush – A Farewell Kiss (2009)
Forfatteren, kvinde- og kønsforskeren Susanne Thorbek dør på Frederiksberg. (Født 28. september 1937 i Ryparken).
Forskning/udgivelser: Susanne Thorbek (Aalborg Universitet)
Susanne Thorbek (Dagbladet Information). Artikler 2000-2005 om bl.a. prostitution og globalisering.
Kommentar: Terror kan ikke bekæmpes med krig. Af Susanne Thorbek (Modkraft.dk/Kontradoxa, 19. oktober 2010)
Prostitution uden grænser. Af Tine Studstrup (Modkraft.dk/Kontradoxa, 16. september 2003). Anmeldelse af Susanne Thorbek og Bandana Pattanaik (red.): Transnational Prostitution: changing global patterns (Zed Books, 2002, 248 p.). Se Contents + Publishers Summary. Også anmeldelse af Diana Mulinari (Kvinder, køn og forskning, nr.2, 2003, s.78-80; online på Tidsskrift.dk)
Kolonisering: Mission og handels indflydelse på seksualitet og følelsesliv : betydningen heraf for koloniseringens succes i Vestgrønland i 1700-tallet. Af
Susanne Thorbek (Grønland, Årg. 62, nr. 3 (2014), S. 217-227). “hvorledes missionen i Grønland søgte at påvirke grønlændernes seksualitet, og hvorledes handelen, missionen og de danske myndigheder søgte at skabe en biopolitik, der kunne bevare stabiliteten i Vestgrønland”.(p.t. ikke online)
Ny-sprog: politiske digte. Af Susanne Thorbek (NYPO / Underskoven, 2005, 40 s.)
På sitet Bibliotek.dk er der for søgning “Susanne Thorbek” ca. 58 hits på bøger, 40 hits på tidsskriftsartikler, og 14 hits på avisartikler.
Den socialrealistiske forfatter Jan Sonnergaard dør i Beograd. (Født 15. august 1963 i København).
Se flere links på Tidslinjen m udgivelsen af gennembrudsværket Radiator, 17. maj 1997.