theleftberlin.com in 2020, Part One - most viewed articles, #11-#30
In the year 2020 we published a lot of articles on theleftberlin.com. This is the first of a three-part series summarizing our year. Today its the 11th to 30th most viewed articles. Tomorrow we'll list the top 10 and the day after we'll review our year
In April, Adnan Hossain wrote for us about the hijra, Bangladesh's "third gender".
In July, Phil Butland responded to the ongoing debate about 'Cancel Culture' by arguing that most - but not all - of its victims were actually profiting from the controversy.
In March, Hari Kumar responded to the then new outbreak of Covid-19, and tried to locate it in a Marxist understanding of the world.
Also in March, we published an interview with evolutionary biologist Rob Wallace who was one of the first people to provide a thought-out analysis of what was happening.
In May, Hari Kumar looked at the legacy of the painter Pablo Picasso.
In April, Pashraw Mohammed looked at the ideological continuum leading from German historian Ernst Nolte to the AfD.
In April, Jonathan Neale argued passionately against calls to end the lockdown.
In March, Berlin-based Sudanese socialist Sara Abbas explained what feminism means to her.
In October, we interviewed Berlin-based Israeli artist Yehudit Yinhar about the School for Unlearning Zionism, an event that she had helped organise that was dogged by false accusations of antisemitism.
In March, Bilbao-based socialist Ana Barrena Lertxundi argued in favour of the Spanish lockdown.
In December, we interviewed Rob Ferguson, Lisa Halgarten, Ilan Pappe, David Rosenberg and Saira Weiner about Jeremy Corbyn, antisemitism in the UK and more.
In March, Jonathan Neale suggested a different way of responding to epidemics
In July, we published an extended version of Duroyan Fertl's article about Nazi infiltration into Germany's intelligence service.
In September, Jacinta Nandi unpicked the inherent racism in Germany's neutrality law.
In October, our regular French correspondent John Mullen reported on Islamophobic responses to the recent killing of a schoolteacher.
In July, Anna Southern remembered the anti-fascist footballer and football manager from the mining community of Northern England.
In August, Fabian Figueiredo reported a new escalation of extreme right-wing violence in Portugal.
In April, Ana Barrena Lertxundi looked at the EU plan for tackling COVID-19.
In December, Phil Butland looked at the right-wing intrigues behind the rapid fall of Jeremy Corbyn.
In July, Australian socialist Louise O'Shea argued that White Fragility author Robin DiAngelo has a racket to rival that of the Catholic Church.