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The russian revolution of 1917: Carlos Taibo

We close our series – without for a moment suggesting that this is the last word – on the russian revolution of 1917 with an interview with Carlos Taibo, author of the recent work, in spanish, Anarquismo y revolución en Rusia (1917-1921).  … Continue reading

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15M, appropriations and revolutions: Fragmentary visions in spain

Revolutionary change, the revolution, should begin from this moment on, beginning with the undoing of the authoritarian relations in each instant and place of daily life, breaking with the logic of obedience that power, every form of power, tries and … Continue reading

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Carlos Taibo: Collapse

Photographs by Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre from the series Ruins of Detroit 2005-2010 Carlos Taibo’s most recent monograph is a sustained and detailed study of the probable and imminent collapse of contemporary capitalism, its causes and the possible consequences that … Continue reading

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Reflections around an anniversary: 15M spain and beyond (1)

On the occasion of the 5th anniversary of spain’s 15th of May movement, we publish a series of reflections on its significance within the context of spain, but also more broadly, for the understanding of revolutionary politics today.  This series … Continue reading

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TTIP: The audacity of grand capital

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a proposed “free trade” agreement between the european union and the united states, with the supposed aim of promoting trade and multilateral economic growth.   The u.s.  government considers the TTIP a companion … Continue reading

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Rethinking Anarchism: Carlos Taibo (Conclusion)

The Conclusion of Carlos Taibo’s Rethinking Anarchy: Direct Action, Self-Management, Autonomy (La Catarata, Madrid, 2013) brings to an end, after trials and tribulations, the translation of this work, through which we have sought to share with English readers the work of … Continue reading

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Rethinking Anarchism: Carlos Taibo (8)

What follows below is the 8th Chapter of Carlos Taibo’s Rethinking Anarchy: Direct Action, Self-Management, Autonomy (La Catarata, Madrid, 2013).  This chapter addresses the complex relationship between anarchism, nationalism and the nation-State, as well as the issue of anarchism’s ability to … Continue reading

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Rethinking Anarchism: Carlos Taibo (7)

What follows below is the 7th Chapter of Carlos Taibo’s Rethinking Anarchy: Direct Action, Self-Management, Autonomy (La Catarata, Madrid, 2013).  This chapter addresses the mutual influences between anarchism and feminism, radical ecology and pacifism/anti-militarism.  We have already translated and posted the … Continue reading

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Rethinking Anarchism: Carlos Taibo (6)

What follows below is the 6th Chapter of Carlos Taibo’s Rethinking Anarchy: Direct Action, Self-Management, Autonomy (La Catarata, Madrid, 2013).  Largely concerned with the history of spanish anarchism, Taibo also considers, in this chapter, the complex relationship between anarchism and marxism, … Continue reading

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Rethinking Anarchism: Carlos Taibo (5)

  In our ongoing endeavour to translate Carlos Taibo’s Rethinking Anarchy: Direct Action, Self-Management, Autonomy (La Catarata, Madrid, 2013), what follows is “Chapter 5”.   We have already translated and posted the “Prologue” and the “Chapter 1″ of this work (Click … Continue reading

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