Ten years after 1989 – The emergence of a new European left

The emergence of a New Left in Western Europe and the mass support for the post-communist parties in Eastern Europe shows that vast numbers of the world population do not accept the existing social order. What began in 1989 resulted in losses for many. In that light we have to pay attention to the new and radical tendencies of the international left ignored by many analysts and professional political scientists.See the coming published version in Kate Hudson: European Communism since 1989: towards a new European left, Macmillan Publishers, 1999.