Iran-Israel’s new hot cold war
The Middle East after the US elections
Palestine/Israel: illusions, solutions and demands
Labour theory of value for the 21st century
The new Israeli basic law and its unintended effects on the US Jewish community
Anti-Zionism and Anti-Semitism
Has the Arab Spring turned to winter?
Iranians and Israelis against war
The Arab Revolution
Israel and Arab Revolution
Socialism and Democracy – Moshe Machover (part 1)
This is part of 1 of Moshe Machover’s talk, ‘Socialism and Democracy’, held at Communist University 2010.
Socialism and Democracy – Moshe Machover (part 2)
This is part two of Moshe Machover’s talk, ‘Socialism and democracy’, given at Communist University 2010.
Why the age of bureaucratic centralism and the confessional left wing sect needs to end
A panel discussion with Mike Macnair (CPGB); Moshe Machover (Israeli socialist) and Hillel Ticktin (editor of Critique) held at Communist University 2010.
Capitalism’s crisis: How do we organise?
Capitalism is facing its greatest global crisis since the 1930s. It is quite clear that the ruling class currently has no strategy to deal with the crisis beyond ‘muddling through’.
But what about our side – the working class movement internationally? Clearly, we face a crisis of our own with the workers’ movement and the left are both in very weak positions globally.
What is to be done if we are to overcome this so that the working class can effectively fight back against the crisis and begin to re-articulate a serious international project to positively overcome a declining capitalist system synonymous with war, exploitation and ecological disaster?
This was the topic at the final session of the CPGB’s annual school – the Communist University – which was held in London from august 8-15. Four speakers took part in a panel discussion:
Ben Lewis (CPGB)
Hillel Tickin (Editor, Critique)
Moshe Machover (Israeli socialist and founder of Matzpen)
Chris Knight (Radical Anthropology Group)
The Israeli-Jewish working class
Moshé Machover addresses Communist University 2009 on the nature of the the Israeli-Jewish working class, looking in particular at the nature of Zionism, the effects of privatisation on the class structure of Israel and the role of ‘identity politics’.