Giles Ji Ungpakorn

Giles Ji Ungpakorn is a founding member of Turn Left Thailand and a former associate professor of politics at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok. He was forced into exile in Oxford, UK, after being charged with lèse-majesté in late 2008 because of his book A Coup for the Rich, which criticized the 2006 military coup. His commentary on Thai politics can be found at Red Thai Socialist (redthaisocialist.com). He is currently employed as an administrative worker at an Oxford NHS hospital where he is a union shop steward.

Issue #104

Spring 2017

Resistance and reaction in the time of Trump

Issue contents

Top story

Editorials

Features

Reviews

Upcoming Articles

  • Choosing or refusing to take sides in an era of right-wing populism

    Neil Davidson
  • Corporate plunder vs. Native resistance

    Ragina Johnson
  • Fidel Castro's legacy and Cuba's future

    Samuel Farber interviewed by Paul D'Amato
  • Resistance and reaction in the time of Trump

  • Sanders and the Left

    Lance Selfa
  • The driving forces of the Russian Revolution

    Karl Radek
  • The Front Populaire and the 
making of the French Communist Party (1920–1962)

    Selim Nadi
  • We have always been here

    Sara Rougeau

Upcoming Reviews

  • Uncovering Boston's radical history

    Keegan O'Brien reviews A People's History of the New Boston by Jim Vrabel
  • Terror in the French Revolution and today

    Samuel Farber reviews In Defense of the Terror: LIberty or Death in the French Revolution by Sophie Wahnich
  • The anti-philosophical Marxism of Karl Korsch

    Paul Le Blanc reviews Karl Marx by Karl Korsch
  • The progressive '80s?

    Laura Durkay reviews Life Moves Pretty Fast: The Lessons We Learned from Eighties Movies (and Why We Don't Learn Them from Movies Anymore) by Hadley Freeman
  • The New Deal and Little Steel

    Tim Goulet reviews The Last Great Strike: Little Steel, the CIO, and the Struggle for Labor Rights in New Deal America by Ahmed White
  • A Marxist challenge 
to postmodernist Orientalism

    Pranav Jani reviews The Postcolonial Orient: The Politics of Difference and the Project of Provincialising Europe by Vasant Kaiwar
  • A Russian revolutionary in the Bronx

    Alex Steinberg reviews Trotsky in New York: A Radical on the Eve of Revolution by Kenneth D. Ackerman
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