Grant MacDonald writes on Marx’s theory of fictitious capital and how finance has altered the global economy
Eben Dombay Williams interviews a Chinese citizen about the government’s handling of COVID-19 and what it’s like being in self-isolation there
Fan ownership is vital for giving working-class fans a say over their clubs, argues Gary Steele
Afghan communist Assadullah Keshtmand spoke with Challenge on the situation in his home country last year. Comrade Keshtmand was formerly a key figure in the People’s Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA) and served as ambassador to Hungary, Iran, and Ethiopia
Howard Green examines the links between the French Surrealist movement and Marxism-Leninism
Fathi Alfadl, of the Sudanese Communist Party’s Bureau of Information, reveals to us the current political situation in Sudan.
It is a fact that lately we have been witnessing this unexpected and longstanding “scaremongering” propagating the idea that “The day will come when Turkish Cypriots will move to the south of the island and leave Turkey on its own in the north”. What we mostly observe is basically… “Turkish Cypriots in a rush to find jobs in the south because the situation in the north is unbearable”.
Joe Weaver states that the left should recognise the moral bankruptcy of the British monarchy rather than pleaing to the Queen for the removal of Blair’s knighthood