Opinion  /  Published 13.07.22

Weakening hold

The war in Ukraine, where one side is egged on by Anglo-Saxon countries and a pusillanimousEuropean Union simply falls in line behind them, is turning out to be a disastrous own goal for the Western p...
By Prabhat Patnaik

Opinion  /  Published 28.06.22

Competing visions

Two parallel trends have come to the fore in the last round of assembly elections. The Bharatiya Janata Party, representing the hegemony of  Hindutva,  continues to taste electoral success. ...
By Ajay Gudavarthy

Opinion  /  Published 08.04.22

Sanctions against Russia may weaken US hegemony

Post-war decolonization was followed by a spate of local, bilateral or regional trade arrangements in the world economy; besides, the Soviet Union and other east European socialist countries were a lo...
By Prabhat Patnaik

Books  /  Published 13.08.21

An alternative politics of care

He observes how State measures to control the pandemic became a nightmare for workers, because these did “not have workers as its main objective of attention; they may turn the wheels, but are n...
By Harsh Mander

Opinion  /  Published 02.04.20

A growing, toxic chasm

One summer afternoon, while jostling through the crowd of vendors at the Grand Hotel arcade, my attention was drawn to a book in a store I used to visit before the purchase of books online came into v...
By Manas Ray


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