No. 56 | (Winter 2002)

Table of contents
  1. James Petras : The myth and reality of the third way
  2. Adrian Little : Rethinking civil society
  3. Wiener György : Class status and electoral behaviour
  4. Alekszandr Nyikolajevics Taraszov : Decade of shame
  5. Allin Cotrell, W. Paul Cockshott : Economic planning, computers and labour value
  6. Borisz Kagarlickij : Political capitalism and corruption in Russia
  7. Jamie Morgan : Sinking or drawning
  8. Noreena Hertz : Of gates and ghettos
  9. Alain Gresh : Anti-globalization movements and the Palestine question
  10. Noam Chomsky : Palestine, Izrael, and the United States (interview)
  11. Roth Endre : Jewishness and anti-Semitism in Romania
  12. Andor László : Dornbusch versus Stiglitz- On Rudiger Dornbusch: Keys to Prosperity: Free Markets, Sound Money, and a Bit of Luck and on Joseph E. Stiglitz: Globalization and its Discontents
  13. John Palmer : On Will Hutton: The World We’re in
  14. Victor Wallis : On Walden Bello: The Future in the Balance: Essays on Globalization and Resistance
  15. A NATO-val és a militarizmussal szembeni ellenállás aktivista hálózata : Opposition to NATO enlargement in Slovenia
  16. Miren Etxezarreta, John Grahl, Jörg Huffschmid, Jacques Mazier : European economists for an alternative economic policy in Europe
  17. Ungváry Krisztián : The responsibility of the editor
  18. Werth Márk : A non-existent historian on an existing problem