Richard Seymour is a Northern Irish writer and owner of the popular blog Lenin’s Tomb. He has written for The Guardian, London Review of Books, and Al Jazeera and is the author of several books, most recently Corbyn: The Strange Rebirth of Radical Politics (Verso).
The Absolute Buoyancy: Why Corbyn and Labour Are Up and the Conservatives Are Down
The message from recent party conferences was clear: Labour is ascendant, while UK voters are tiring of Theresa May and the Tories.
Jeremy Corbyn and Labour May Just Upend British Politics from the Left
No matter the outcome, Corbyn has surprised his critics and built a stronger opposition.
Socialism for Beginners
The radical Left is becoming more mainstream—and conservatives are taking note.
How the Syrian Revolution Went Wrong
With the opposition fracturing, is there still hope for a Syrian Spring?
The radical Left in Greece almost rules.