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The International Manifesto Group

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Starting from the view that it is a mistake to characterise Russia and China as imperialist, or to invite comparisons with the inter-imperialist rivalries that led to the First World War, this webinar will feature a range of left positions on the Ukraine crisis and the assessments they are based on, with a view to building a left unity that can advance anti-imperialism.

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The International Manifesto Group presents

Socialist States and the Environment
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Celebrating the release of Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro's new book, a panel of experts discuss state socialism's environmental legacy. Rather than dismissing their heritage out of hand, we should reclaim them for contemporary ecosocialist ends.

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Socialist Economic Development in the 21st Century
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In this webinar, the speakers will pay particular attention to the achievements, complexities and contradictions of the evolving model of socialist economic development in China, Vietnam and Laos. This panel is jointly organised by the International Manifesto Group and Friends of Socialist China.

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The International Manifesto Group and the Society for Socialist Studies presents

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Panel 2 will showcase the work of key journalists and critical forces in delving into the details of the ‘freedom convoy’ and its structures and dynamics and its implications for Canada’s evolving political climate.

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The Return of Inflation: Realities, Perceptions, Politics
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Considering that vanquishing inflation is supposed to have been neoliberalism’s one undisputed achievement, this panel will ask, why is it rising? Can we expect it to persist? How will it affect various classes and nations? What does it mean for the dollar’s world role? What does it say about capitalism and How should socialists in various parts of the world deal think about and deal with it?

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The Geopolitical Economy Research Group (GERG) is an influential policy research institute, conducting high quality research and analysis dealing with nations and their relation to the world economy. It will critically analyze, and propose, policy alternatives for managing the interaction of national economies and states to promote human development and mutual benefit in today’s multipolar world.

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The Geopolitical Economy Research Education Trust (GERET) will conduct high quality research into, and analysis of national economies, their relation to the world economy and the political management of both. Intended to be an influential research and educational trust, it will critically analyse policy alternatives for managing the interaction of national economies and states and to promote human development and mutual benefit in today’s multipolar world.

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The International Manifesto Group began discussing the fast-changing political and geopolitical economy of the world order and its national and regional components at the beginning of the pandemic. The core of our analysis is our Manifesto, ‘Through Pluripolarity to Socialism’, and we believe engagement with its themes to develop them further is important for further left advance.

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New Cold War was founded in 2014 to provide factual and insightful analysis, backed by accurate news and information, about the proliferating national and class conflicts changing our world, which the established media were either misreporting, or failing to cover. A new journalism is flowering, evident in the welcome multiplicity of alternative sources and sites and in the rising quality of independent reportage and analysis.

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