and the war - Ruth Werner and Facundo Aguirre - 16/4/03
The war has put the various anti-capitalist programs and views
to a litmus test. The autonomists' view, postulated by Michael
Hardt and Toni Negri, has been thrown into disarray. The utopian
view of an empire set to overcome the contradictions cutting across
imperialism, and a counter-power 'from below' that rendered the
political struggle for state power pointless, became helpless
in the face of a shooting war.
Ultraimperialism and Hegemony at the dawn
of the 21st century. A Polemic with Perry Anderson - Juan
Chingo and Aldo Santos - 15/01/03
Toni Negri in
the face of the US's warmongering
Is it the 'empire' or else imperialism? - Juan Chingo and
Aldo Santos - 15/01/03
Imperialism? - Juan Chingo and Gustavo Dunga - Abr '01
A debate with Giovanni Arrighi's "Long Twentieth Century"
and Michael Hardt's and Toni Negri's "Empire"
without transition? - Christian Castillo - 15/04/01