Troploin

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.

A contribution to the critique of political autonomy - Gilles Dauvé

In a text written for a "Vår Makt" seminar - held in Malmö, Sweden on 1-2 November 2008 - Dauve surveys the various theories of democracy and their limits.

Whither the world - Gilles Dauvé & Karl Nesic

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Gilles Dauvé & Karl Nesic of the Troploin journal discuss the changing nature of capitalism and class struggle in the globalised 'post-Fordist' era.

Re-visiting the east ... and popping in at Marx's - Gilles Dauvé

Construction of the Berlin Wall

Apart from North Korea and Cuba, no country calls itself socialist any more. So why bother about old debates on the nature of the USSR? Since capitalism rules the world, what else is there to know?! A great deal.

The call of the void - Karl Nesic

Canadian troops in Afghanistan

The sequel to the pamphlet Whither the world on the changing nature of today's 'post-Fordist' capitalism, this pamphlet looks at the connections between the current wars, financial crises and class struggle.

The continuing appeal of religion - Troploin

Troploin believe that religion is far from dead and there can be no communist perspective without a critique of religion. The question for them is, 'what critique?'

To work or not to work? Is that the question? - Gilles Dauvé

Gilles Dauvé critically examines the idea that previous revolutions failed due to them viewing communism as being the affirmation of labour as opposed to being anti-work.

Grey September - Gilles Dauvé, Karl Nesic and J-P Carasso

The underpaid washer-up and the overpaid white collar who both died in the World Trade Center died as footsoldiers of a system that exploited their death (treating them as heroes of free trade and the free world) as it had exploited their life. They had little time to appreciate the much vaunted security they'd bought in exchange for their submission.