Suzi Weissman

Suzi Weissman is an editor of Against the Current and Critique. She is an award-winning broadcast journalist and hosts “Beneath the Surface” program on Los Angeles’ KPFK radio. Weissman is the author of Victor Serge: The Course is Set on Hope.

International Appeal for the Immediate Release of All Political Prisoners in Russia

On COVID and the Plague of Capital

Why the Massive Protests Throughout Russia?

Burma: The War vs. the People
Against the Current No. 213, July/August 2021

Behind Lebanon's Catastrophe
Against the Current No. 208, September/October 2020

Science, Politics and the Pandemic
Against the Current, No. 207, July/August 2020

In Memoriam: Hisham H. Ahmed
Against the Current, No. 203, November/December 2019

Talking to Those on the Border
Against the Current, No. 202, September/October 2019

The Crisis of British Politics
Against the Current, No. 202, September/October 2019

Behind the Economic Turbulence
Against the Current, No. 200, May/June 2019

The Russian Revolution and Workers Democracy
Against the Current, No. 188, May/June 2017

South Africa After Marikana
Against the Current, No. 161, November/December 2012

The Unfolding Arab Uprisings
Against the Current, No. 152, May/June 2011

Wilebaldo Solano As I Knew Him
Against the Current, No. 152, May/June 2011

Egypt Shakes the World
Against the Current, No. 151, March/April 2011

A Rejoinder: The Real Victor Serge
Against the Current, No. 142, September/October 2009

What's the Matter with the System?
Against the Current, No. 137, November/December 2008

Victor Serge: For Our Time
Against the Current, No. 136, September/October 2008

The Middle East in Flames
Against the Current, No. 124, September/October 2006

Interview with Gilbert Achcar
Against the Current, No. 122, May/June 2006

25 Years After the Gdansk Uprising
Against the Current, No. 121, March/April 2006

Surviving When the State Disappeared: Community vs. Katrina
Against the Current, No. 119, November/December 2005

Economic Crisis & Fundamentalism
Against the Current, No. 118, September/October 2005

Kyrgyzstan After Akayev
Against the Current, No. 118, September/October 2005

Remembering a Revolutionary Artiist: Vlady Presente!
Against the Current, No. 118, September/October 2005

Scamming Social Security
Against the Current, No. 117, July/August 2005

Alexander Buchman's Revolutionary Life
Against the Current, No. 104, May/June 2003

The War on the People
Against the Current, No. 87, July/August 2000

Putin's Contribution to Demcracy
Against the Current, No. 86, May/June 2000

From Yeltsin to Putin: Modern Democrat Gives Way to Modern Nationalist
Against the Current, No. 85, March/April 2000

Seattle: "What Democracy Looks Like"
Against the Current, No. 84, January/February 2000

Russia's Chechnya Syndrome
Against the Current, No. 84, January/February 2000

After Stalinism: An Exchange
Against the Current, No. 78, January/February 1999

Russia's Crisis: Capitalism in Question
Against the Current, No. 77, November/December 1998

The Russian Revolution Revisited
Against the Current, No. 75, July/August 1998

A View of the Teamster Tragedy
Against the Current, No. 72, January/February 1998

Human Rights in Serbia Today
Against the Current, No. 71, November/December 1997

The Value of Faculty and Tenure
Against the Current, No. 71, November/December 1997

After the French Election: Hopes and Dangers
Against the Current, No. 70, September/October 1997

Serbia's Democratic Uprising
Against the Current, No. 66, January/February 1997

Trotsky Assassinated Again
Against the Current, No. 63, July/August 1996

An Information Center for the Russian Workers' Movement
Against the Current, No. 48, January/February 1994

Bloody Moscow, October 1993
Against the Current, No. 47, November/December 1993

Socialism Is Not Stalinism
Against the Current, No. 38, May/June 1992

The Onus of Historical Impossibility
Against the Current, No. 36, January/February 1992

New Socialist Voices in the USSR
Against the Current, No. 26, May/June 1990

The Crisis in the Caucasus
Against the Current, No. 26, May/June 1990

New Stage in Salvadoran Struggle
Against the Current, No. 24, January/February 1990

Soviet Miners Stand Up
Against the Current, No. 24, January/February 1990

Crisis & Control of Soviet Labor, Part II
Against the Current, No. 23, November/December 1989

Back in the USSR, Part I
Against the Current No. 22, September/October 1989

The Soviet Working Class Enters the Stage
Against the Current No. 22, September/October 1989