Gilles Dauvé

On the globalisation movement - Gilles Dauvé

Gilles Dauvé looks at the 'globalisation movements' of the early 21st century, their critique of capitalism and vision of revolution, in an introduction to a 2003 Swedish collection of his texts.

Capital and state - Gilles Dauvé

An extract of "The communist movement", 1972, on communism, capital and their relation to the capitalist state.

In for a storm: a crisis on the way - Troploin

2007 article on the state of global capitalism and the possibility of rupture.

Neither womyn nor patriarch - Olias

Article exploring notions of gender and sex by someone rejecting their biological sex, together with editorial comments by the Troploin collective on the historical emergence of 'gender'.

Notes on Trotsky, Pannekoek, Bordiga - Gilles Dauvé

Anton Pannekoek

Comments on the politics and contributions to revolutionary communist theory of Leon Trotsky, Anton Pannekoek and Amadeo Bordiga.

The X-Filers - Troploin

Former members of La Banquise respond to allegations of Holocaust denial, and criticise their previous response to such allegations.

Alice in monsterland - Troploin

The Troploin collective discuss the relationship between adults, children and capital.

What's it all about? Questions and answers - Troploin

The Troploin collective, interviewed by German communist group Revolution Times, outline their (anti-) political perspective.

Invisible Politics - An Introduction to Contemporary Communisation - John Cunningham

In the wake of the organised left and the demise of working class self-identity, communisation offers a paradoxical means of superseding capitalism in the here and now whilst abandoning orthodox theories of revolution. John Cunningham reports from the picket line of the ‘human strike'.

The communist left in Germany 1918-1921 - Gilles Dauvé and Denis Authier

A analysis of the revolutionary movements in Europe at the end of World War I, their contradictions and limitations.