In this article, I want to concentrate on the economic causes of this disaster and its implications not only for the future of Ukraine and Russia, but also for the world economy. Of course, economics cannot be divorced from politics; each plays on the other. But to paraphrase Friedrich Engels: in the last analysis, history is driven by material conditions.
For two years now, the pandemic has had a severe impact on French society, creating an atmosphere of anxiety, fear, and insecurity that paralyzes individuals and congeals worsening conflicts and social problems.
We live, as some have suggested, in an interregnum between a dying regime and some unknown successor.
The Berlin expropriation initiative is seen by many as one of the rare left-wing success stories of recent times, and its strategies and tools for organizing are being studied with great interest. We do not share this euphoria.