Journal perhaps of interest

Eric Nilsson enilsson at wiley.csusb.edu
Wed Jun 28 03:19:13 MDT 1995


The following information might be of interest to
those on this list.

Eric Nilsson


			 Introducing LINKS
> LINKS, International Journal of Socialist Renewal, is a 128-page quarterly
> discussion journal for the post-Cold War left, a forum that brings together
> active socialists from different countries and diverse political traditions,
> including former pro-Moscow communist parties, Trotskyist and Maoist
> parties, the left wing of national movements, left forces breaking with
> social democracy and activists from the social movements who have come to
> recognise the need for a party.
>
> Participants in the LINKS project are committed to a democratic and
> constructive discussion and the sharing of experiences with the aim of
> fostering international socialist renewal. We are also united around:
>
> 1. Our conviction of the need for fundamental social change.
> 2. The need for a democratic, non-authoritarian socialism.
> 3. The need for a socialism that is green, feminist and anti-racist.
>
> Currently involved in the project are activists from the Democratic
> Socialist Party of Australia (which initiated the project and carries the
> publishing responsibility), the South African Communist Party, the New
> Zealand NewLabour Party, the Committee of Correspondence (USA), the FSLN
> (Nicaragua), the FMLN (El Salvador), the Communist Party of the Philippines
> - Manila Rizal, the Peoples Socialist Party (Indonesia), Solidarity (USA),
> the New Socialist Party (Sri Lanka), the Party of Communist Refoundation
> (Italy), the Party of Democratic Socialism (Germany), the Fourth
> International, the Party of Labour (Russia), Left Alternative (Budapest),
> and the Workers Party (PT) of Brazil.
>
> Many independent left writers and activists also participate in the project.
>
> Contents of  Issues 1-4 of LINKS:
>
> Issue 1, April-June 1994
> The Latin American left in the '90s - interview with Daniel Ortega
> Russia's trade union movement
> - Boris Kagarlitsky & Renfrey Clarke
> Leninism vs Stalinism debate in the Philippines - Sonny Melencio
> The split in the Philippines Communist Party
> - Max Lane
> Framework for a left dialogue in the USA
> - Manning Marable
> Accord politics in Australia
> - Pat Brewer & Peter Boyle
> Brazil PT's election principles
> Left unity in South Africa - Langa Zita
>
> Issue 2, July-September 1994
> The South African transition - Jeremy Cronin
> Winning democracy in Indonesia - Max Lane
> The New World Order - Alejandro Benda$a
> Russia: from crisis to catastrophe
> - Boris Kagarlitsky
> Resurgence of the Filipino left - interview with Francisco Nemenzo
> Elections in Eastern Europe - Tam s Krausz
> The New Zealand Alliance - Keith Locke
> Special FSLN conference - Stephen Marks
>
> Issue 3, October-December 1994
> The relevance of Marxism - Barry Sheppard
> Is national capital progressive?
> - Jomo K. Sundaram
> Population, environment & women's rights
> - Marina Carman
> Political "stabilisation" in Russia
> - Kiva Maidanik
> Class, democracy & socialism in South Africa - Dale T. Mckinley
> What course for the new left? - Renfrey Clarke
> Delinking in East & West
> - Susan Zimmermann
> The semifeudalism debate in the Philippines
> - Sonny Melencio
> Australian lessons in social democracy
> - Jim McIlroy
> Nicaragua: reforms or concessions? - Stephen Marks
> US left regroupment - Sushawn Robb
> Campaign for democracy in Nepal
> - Michael Tardiff
>
> Issue 4,  January-March 1995
> The economic "recovery" of Latin America
> - James Petras & Henry Veltmeyer
> Challenging the neo-liberal agenda in South Africa - Jeremy Cronin
> Letter to South Africa - Boris Kagarlitsky
> Lessons from the NICs - Jomo K. Sundaram
> Capitalism in Eastern Europe - L szl" Andor
> The Eastern European change of regimes
> - Tam s Krausz
> The left and nationalism - Vickramabahu Karunarathne
> Reflections for the third millenium
> - Juan Antonio Blanco
> Cuba: the Jurassic Park of socialism
> - Juan Antonio Blanco
> The Indonesian progressive movement
> - Max Lane
> Post election debate in the Brazilian PT
> - documents
>
> Issue 5 of LINKS will be available in mid-July and contains the following
> articles:
> Development, democracy and socialism in Cuba - interview with Dario Machado
> (CC member, CP of Cuba)
> Palestine: crisis in the national movement - Dan Connell
> Queer theory and politics - Robert Andrew Nowlan
> Affirmative action and the fight for equality - Malik Miah
> The meaning of Sandinismo - Alejandro Bendana
> The character of the South African CP - Blade Nzimande
> Recent developments in the Indiuan communist movement - interview with Vinod
> Mishra (CPI-ML)
> Russia's communist party and the radical left - Boris Kagarlitsky
> The first five years of the German PDS - Lothar Bisky
> PDS Fourth congress document
> Structural adjustment in Hungary - Laszlo Andor
> Britain's "New Labour" - Phil Hearse
>
> If you are interested in participating in the LINKS project, by subscribing,
> contributing articles or helping us distribute this magazine, we would be
> happy to hear from you.
>
> Contact:
> Peter Boyle
> Managing editor LINKS
> Email: links at peg.apc.org
> PO Box 515 Broadway
> NSW 2007
> Australia
> Tel: (61 2) 690 1230
> Fax: (61 2) 690 1381
>
>
>
> Subscription details:
> Australian subscriptions cost A$25 for four issues.
> In all other countries (except USA and Canada) cost A$35 for four issues.
> Sample copies available on request. Back issues may also be ordered at the
> same rate (while stocks last) from:
>
>                                      LINKS
>                               PO Box 515 Broadway
>                                    NSW 2007
>                                    Australia
>
> * Note: Subscriptions to LINKS in Canada and the USA are handled by our US
> office:
>
> LINKS USA
> PO Box 8402
> Berkeley CA 94707-8402
>
> Subscriptions in the USA cost US$20 for four issues, for individuals; US$30
> for institutions. Please send payment to Berkeley address. They also collect
> articles from the North American region and can be reached by email:
> achis at igc.apc.org.
>
>
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Eric Nilsson
Department of Economics
California State University
San Bernardino, CA 92407
enilsson at wiley.csusb.edu


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