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Gewerkschaftsarbeit am Scheideweg

Arbeitsgrundlagen von US-Gewerkschaften de facto erheblich erschwert. Zur Supreme Court-Entscheidung Janus v. AFSCME

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Trade Unions in Transformation

Our project “Trade Unions in Transformation” shifts the narrative about trade unions. Moving away from the standard depiction of unions as victims of...

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The Turkish-U.S. relationship

Current tensions and future prospects | by Gönül Tol

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From Industrial to Present-Day Capitalism

We need a balanced assessment of Marx’ theory to understand contemporary capitalism - by Jürgen Kocka

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Weniger Streitmacht für Arbeitnehmer

Rechtssache Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis

 

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The Benign Face of Right-Wing Populism

Canada’s Doug Ford is no xenophobe. But he still poses a threat to democratic government

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God, Make America Great Again!

Why so many American Christians are bowing the knee to Donald Trump

 

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Hot Data

It’s time to take back control of the information that surveillance corporations hold on us

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Democrats vs Democrats

Why the US Democrats are standing in their own way in the congressional elections, despite a good chance of success

 

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In praise of the nation

Why progressives can’t leave civic patriotism and the nation state to right-wing populists

 

 

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