Review of Vladimir Nevezhin's "At Stalin's Dining Table"
Can we use literature to learn more about inequality? Yes, I think we can, and, as some of my readers know, I did exactly that in “The haves and the ha…
It is a question often asked: what do Ricardo and Marx have to say about interpersonal inequality of income? The answer is, strictly speaking, very lit…
A review of Jesse Norman's "Adam Smith"
Review of vol. 1 of Michael Heinrich’s biography of Marx
The end of the Deng-Reagan era?
In 1967, at the half-centennial of the Russian Revolution, the Royal Institute of international Affairs (RIIA) in London published a book “The Impact o…
Review of Vincent Bevins’ “The Jakarta Method”
On Pankaj Mishra's "From the ruins of empire"
It is impossible to spend a few days in Lisbon and to be a compulsive voyeur of bookstores, without noticing almost everywhere the name of Fernando Pes…
1. What is global inequality? Global inequality is inequality between all citizens of the world. It treats the world as a single unit (as we normally t…
How Northern establishment view now replicates left-wing structuralism