Anthony was the founding editor-in-chief of openDemocracy (2001-7), the co-director of The Convention on Modern Liberty (2009) and the first director of Charter 88 (1988-95). He was a member of the editorial advisory group of the Bureau of Investigative Reporting (2014-18). Anthony has authored and edited numerous books. He also sits on the board of openTrust. He tweets at @AnthonyBarnett
Down with Putin’s modern czarism! A response to Yanis Varoufakis
OPINION: Russia was threatened by Ukraine’s emergent democracy. Here’s what that means for the path to peace
A betrayal of Ukraine and the Left
Have socialists like Yanis Varoufakis and Jeremy Corbyn got their history wrong?
Goldsmiths strike: Why I may burn my honorary degree
The institution’s escalating industrial action is much more than a dispute over job losses
Our ‘democracy’ is taking away our rights. It’s time for change
Overturning Roe v Wade shows we need direct democracy. Here’s how the Left could make it happen
While Osman Kavala is in prison, we are all behind bars
The Turkish activist is being punished for working for peace and democracy. It’s a tragedy for him, but for the rest...
Publicado no/na: HomeThere is no such thing as Socialism in the singular
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