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The Green Handshake; or, How Brother Gaddafi Smacked an Uppity British Prostitute Who Smacked Him Right Back

The Irish Republican Army, in its anticolonial struggle against the British occupation of Northern Ireland, entertained perhaps naive transnational sympathies for groups like South Africa’s ANC and the Palestine Liberation … Continue reading

April 18, 2019 · 7 Comments

Paul McCartney’s Ethnonationalist Moment

“On Sunday 30 January 1972, what became known as Bloody Sunday, news came from Northern Ireland that the British Army had opened fire on a Republican demonstration, killing 13 people: … Continue reading

April 11, 2019 · 17 Comments

From Nationalism to Communism: Hajime Kawakami and the Nativist Tradition within Japanese Marxism

One of Karl Marx’s earliest advocates and translators in Japan was the economist, educator, and writer Hajime Kawakami. Kawakami’s background, however, did not predispose him to revolutionary internationalism and materialism, … Continue reading

March 30, 2019 · 22 Comments

The Stalinist Purge of Freudianism

The Soviet psychologist F.V. Bassin summarized the official rejection of Freudian psychoanalysis behind the Iron Curtain as a matter of “the incompatibility of the entire methodology of Freudianism with generally … Continue reading

March 16, 2019 · 13 Comments

“Icarus Did Nothing Wrong”: Riding Brandon Adamson’s Skytrain to Nowhere

Brandon Adamson’s third major poetry collection, Skytrain to Nowhere, results from the author’s “meditative, recreational” rides on the Sky Train rail system at Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport, and is … Continue reading

February 24, 2019 · 3 Comments

Ice Cube Is a Prostitute

O’Shea Jackson, better known as Ice Cube, released his tenth solo album, Everythangs Corrupt, in December of last year. The effort has its moments of fun, but overall does not … Continue reading

February 2, 2019 · 10 Comments

Norman Podhoretz’s “Negro Problem”

I was aware of longtime Commentary editor Norman Podhoretz as an influential figure within what would come to be labeled neoconservatism and consequently never had any interest in wasting my … Continue reading

January 19, 2019 · 7 Comments

“Don’t Jive Me, Man”

In the aftermath of the Six-Day War, Israeli diplomat Ephraim Evron was troubled by the support shown by many American blacks for the Egyptians. Evron’s friend, the radical journalist Paul … Continue reading

January 12, 2019 · 10 Comments

Stalin, Palestine, and the Zio-Soviet Split

Sovietism and Zionism, despite undeniable intersection, were ultimately not identical or of a single purpose. At stake in Zio-Soviet relations during the 1940s was the question of whether the Israeli … Continue reading

November 10, 2018 · 20 Comments

Democratic Nativism Yesterday and Tomorrow

One can hardly open an internet browser these days without immediately being confronted with some ridiculously earnest opinion piece about the threat that Trumpism poses to American “democracy”. Some of … Continue reading

November 4, 2018 · 28 Comments