Anarchism, ethnicity, and culture: the Oriental anarch

Part five in a series of articles discussing the anarchist movement as it relates to non-European peoples and cultures. Asia is home to over half of the world’s population, with 1,338,612,968 people in the People’s Republic of China alone. As such, it represents a vital demographic of the global working class, and one which cannot … Continue reading

Anarchism and the capital punishment debate

The subject of capital punishment evokes often ferocious debate. Each side, pro- and anti-, contends that the other lacks morality and/or reason because of their stance. Its existence and use has inspired a wide plethora of protests, songs, films, and writings, and it remains an emotive issue even where it is no longer carried out. … Continue reading

Anti-fascism in the 21st century: the far-right and elections

The fifth and final part of a series exploring anti-fascism from a radical, working class perspective. Given the conclusions already reached, how should antifascists tackle the electoral ambitions of fascists? And where does this tie into other activist movements? Elections offer a particular contradiction for antifascists. On the one hand, we of course want to … Continue reading

Class war and the agents of the state

One of the key components of anarchism is class struggle. This struggle has many forms, from picket lines, through anti-racist and anti-fascist movements, to the fight for migrants’ rights and armed insurrection against imperialism. However, the aim remains the same. Agitation, organisation, and education for the working class against their exploitation and repression by the … Continue reading