Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
Leave aside the phrasing, and the substance of the [Green New Deal] has everything to do with contemporary political economic struggles all over the world, including in Latin America. What role should the state and community play in steering investment? How much investment? How should a no-carbon transition proceed, and who should lead it? Who will benefit first and most? What should happen to the owners, firms, and workers in fossil fuel-rich sectors? How extensively must we reform—or transcend—capitalism? Does the term ecosocialism denote a vague horizon, or a short-term alternative political economy with coherent content? This is no parochial, United States-only discussion. This issue explores these international dimensions, building on NACLA’s Spring 2020 issue, “A Peoples’ Policy for the Americas,” focused on reimagining U.S. foreign policy toward Latin America and the Caribbean.
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