What drives capital’s global crises?
May 23 2013
Mike Macnair reviews: Guglielmo Carchedi, 'Behind the crisis: Marx’s dialectics of value and knowledge', Haymarket Books, 2012, pp303, £20
Reinhart and Rogoff: Austerity myth debunked
April 25 2013
The UK has been downgraded again and total national debt has risen. Even by George Osborne’s own criteria, writes Eddie Ford, Plan A has been an abject failure
Mick Philpott: Class war offensive on benefits
April 11 2013
The Tories and their allies in the media have made full use of the tragic death of six children to attack welfare in general, writes Michael Copestake
EU bailout: After Cyprus, who next?
March 28 2013
Of course, writes Eddie Ford, the troika bailout is ‘unique’ and ‘exceptional’ - just like all the others
UK downgrade: No alternative to stagnation
February 28 2013
Britain’s credit rating may have been downgraded, writes Eddie Ford, but in reality that was more a judgement on the state of the world economy
Critique Conference 2013
February 18 2013
The journal of Marxist economics is holding its annual conference, titled 'Why Keynesianism cannot save the system'
Italy: More of the same
January 24 2013
There will be another round of cuts and austerity, whoever wins the general election, writes Toby Abse
Italy: The end of Mario Monti?
December 20 2012
Toby Abse reports on the latest manoeuvres in Rome
Starbucks tax: A system built for playing
December 13 2012
The Starbucks tax fiasco tells us much more about Britain than greedy corporations, reckons Paul Demarty
Austerity: The madness of a dying system
November 29 2012
The ruling class has no alternative to austerity and the drive to create a pristine capitalism. Not only is that impossible, but, as shown by South Africa, the working class is beginning to revolt. This is an edited version a speech by Hillel Ticktin, editor of Critique, on November 17
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