• Ali Kadri

    Ali Kadri is presently a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics (LSE). He is conducting research on the political economy of the Arab world. Formerly, he served as Head of the Economic Analysis Section of the United Nations regional office in Beirut. View all posts »

  • Boris Kagarlitsky

    Boris Kagarlitsky is Director of the Institute of Globalization and Social Movements. He is is a well-known international commentator on Russian politics and society. His books include Empire of the Periphery: Russia and the World System (Pluto Press, 2008), Russia Under Yeltsin And Putin: Neo-Liberal Autocracy (TNI/Pluto). View all posts »

  • Trish Kahle

    Trish Kahle is a doctoral candidate in history at the University of Chicago. She is a contributing editor at Red Wedge and has written for Jacobin, In These Times, Labor, the Ecologist, International Socialist Review and Dissent. View all posts »

  • Paul Kahnert

    Paul Kahnert was a Toronto Hydro worker and CUPE Local One member for 33 years. He was a spokesperson for the Ontario Electricity Coalition from 2001 to 2010. The Ontario Electricity Coalition and its members CEP and CUPE stopped the sale of Hydro One in a Province wide campaign and court case in the Spring of 2002. He can be contacted at View all posts »

  • Johnnie Kallas

    Johnnie Kallas, a former labor organizer, is a PhD student at Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations and director of the ILR Labor Action Tracker. View all posts »

  • Nathan Kalman-Lamb

    Nathan Kalman-Lamb is author of the new book Game Misconduct: Injury, Fandom, and the Business of Sport (Fernwood Publishing) and co-author of Out of Left Field: Social Inequality and Sports (with Gamal Abdel-Shehid). He is a Lecturing Fellow at Duke University, where he teaches on social inequality and sports. You can find him on Twitter @nkalamb. View all posts »

  • Reuven Kaminer

    Reuven Kaminer is a writer, political analyst and a veteran activist in the Israeli peace movement and the left. He blogs at View all posts »

  • John Kannankulam

    John Kannankulam teaches political science at the University of Marburg in Germany, with a focus on the political economy of European integration. His recent books include: Reading Poulantzas. On the Contemporary Relevance of Marxist State Theory (2011) and Autoritärer Etatismus im Neoliberalismus (2008). View all posts »

  • Mate Kapović

    Mate Kapović is a political activist and Assistant Professor at the Department of Linguistics at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. View all posts »

  • Baris Karaagac

    Baris Karaagac teaches international political economy and economic development at Trent University and researches European social democracy, state theory, and Turkish political economy. He is the editor of Accumulations, Crises, Struggles: Capital and Labour in Contemporary Capitalism (2013). View all posts »

  • Alia Karim

    Alia Karim is a Ph.D. student at York University. She is a member of the Fight for $15 and Fairness club at York University. View all posts »

  • Andreas Karitzis

    Dr Andreas Karitzis is a member of the board of Nikos Poulantzas Institute and former SYRIZA member and former member of its Central Committee and Political Secretariat. He is a founding member of the “Hub” for social economy, empowerment and innovation. He blogs at View all posts »

  • Mark Karlin

    Mark Karlin is the editor of BuzzFlash at Truthout. View all posts »

  • Sharryn Kasmir

    Sharryn M. Kasmir is Professor of Anthropology at Hofstra University. View all posts »

  • Danny Katch

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  • Claudio Katz

    Claudio Katz is a professor of economics at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He blogs at View all posts »

  • Ryan Katz-Rosene

    Ryan Katz-Rosene is a Phd. student in Geography at Carleton University. View all posts »

  • Hanna Kawas

    Hanna Kawas is Chairperson of the Canada Palestine Association and co-host of Voice of Palestine. View all posts »

  • Saseen Kawzally

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  • Yasin Kaya

    Yasin Kaya is a PhD candidate and an activist based in Toronto. His work focuses on the political economy of Turkey and South Korea. You can follow him on Twitter @yasinkaya123. View all posts »

  • Wojciech Keblowski

    Wojciech Kębłowski is a post-doctoral researcher at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (IGEAT) and the Vrije Universiteit Brussels (COSMOPOLIS). His recently-defended PhD thesis presents a critical perspective on fare-free public transport. View all posts »

  • Bruce Kecskes

    Bruce Kecskes is a Toronto-based writer and researcher concerned with issues pertaining to labour and political economy. He is a co-host of The Scarlet Standard podcast. View all posts »

  • Keep Transit Moving

    The Keep Transit Moving Coalition is a national forum of partners who rely on public transit, advocate for public transit, and work in the transit sector. We are united in in our shared values of: prioritizing transit funding for transit operations; rejecting privatization of public transit and encouraging public ownership of transit infrastructure; ensuring accessible and reliable transit to address inequalities; and centering sustainable public transit as a pillar of climate justice. View all posts »

  • Rebecca Keetch

    Rebecca Keetch is a laid-off GM Oshawa worker and Unifor member, activist with Green Jobs Oshawa. View all posts »

  • Roger Keil

    Roger Keil is Professor in the Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University. Follow his tweets at @rkeil. View all posts »

  • Margaret M. Keith

    Margaret M. Keith received her PhD in occupational/environmental health from the University of Stirling in Scotland and currently holds an adjunct faculty position at the University of Windsor. View all posts »

  • Dave Kellaway

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  • Manuel Kellner

    Manuel Kellner is an editor of SoZ, member of Die Linke and ISO (Fourth International in Germany). View all posts »

  • Paul Kellogg

    Paul Kellogg is an Associate Professor at Athabasca University. His latest book is Escape from the Staple Trap: Canadian Political Economy after Left Nationalism. View all posts »

  • Kaley Kennedy

    Kaley Kennedy was involved with Solidarity Halifax. View all posts »

  • Steven Kennedy

    Steven Kennedy lives in Waterloo, Ontario and is currently a student in the Graduate Political Science Programme at Wilfrid Laurier University. View all posts »

  • Tim Kennelly

    Tim Kennelly is an activist in Vancouver in the peace movement and on Palestinian solidarity. View all posts »

  • Rafael Khachaturian

    Rafael Khachaturian is a political theorist with research interests in modern and contemporary political thought, critical social theory, and theories of democracy and the state. He is a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania's Andrea Mitchell Center for the Study of Democracy. His website is at and tweets at @rafkhach. View all posts »

  • Amir Khadir

    Amir Khadir is a member of Québec solidaire and MNA for Mercier in the Quebec National Assembly. View all posts »

  • Rania Khalek

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  • Raja Khalidi

    Raja Khalidi is a Palestine refugee and U.S. citizen, originally from Jerusalem, who has lived mainly in the Middle East and Europe. He currently serves as Senior economist with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Geneva. View all posts »

  • Rashid Khalidi

    Rashid Khalidi, Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies at Columbia University, is the editor of the Journal of Palestine Studies. He is the author of several journal articles and books, most recently Brokers of Deceit: How the U.S. Has Undermined Peace in the Middle East. View all posts »

  • Sadia Khan

    Sadia Khan is a graduate student at York University with over eight years of community organizing experience in different parts of Toronto. View all posts »

  • Sadri Khiari

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  • David Kidd

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  • Ray Kiely

    Ray Kiely is Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University of London. View all posts »

  • Kole Kilibarda

    Kole Kilibarda is an organizer with the Coalition Against Israeli Apartheid (CAIA). He can be reached at View all posts »

  • Stefan Kipfer

    Stefan Kipfer is a member of Free Transit Toronto and teaches at York University, Toronto. Follow his tweets at @StefanKipfer1. View all posts »

  • Katja Kipping

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  • John Kirk

    John Kirk is professor at the Latin America program of Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia. View all posts »

  • Gal Kirn

    Gal Kirn currently lives in Berlin, works at TU Dresden, while in his hometown of Ljubljana he is a member of the Left Party (Levica). His book Partisan Ruptures and Contradictions of Market Socialism in Yugoslavia is forthcoming later this year (Pluto Press), he co-edited the book Beyond Neoliberalism (Palgrave, 2017), Encountering Althusser (Bloomsbury, 2013) and Surfing the Black, Transgressive Moments in Yugoslav Cinema (Jan van Eyck Academie, 2012), and edited the publication Post-Fordism and its Discontents (JvE Academie, 2010). View all posts »

  • Simon Kiss

    Simon Kiss is a political science professor at Wilfrid Laurier University. View all posts »

  • Jerome Klassen

    Jerome Klassen is a Research Fellow at the MIT Center for International Studies, and is author of Joining Empire: The Political Economy of the New Canadian Foreign Policy (University of Toronto Press, 2014). View all posts »

  • Mustafa Koç

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  • Sonali Kolhatkar

    Sonali Kolhatkar is the founder, host, and executive producer of “Rising Up With Sonali,” a television and radio show that airs on Free Speech TV and Pacifica stations. View all posts »

  • Alexandra Kollontai

    Alexandra Kollontai (1872-1952) was Commissar for Social Welfare in the first Soviet government. For more of her writing see the Kollontai Archive. View all posts »

  • Maciej Konieczny

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  • Martijn Konings

    Martijn Konings is Professor of Political Economy and Social Theory in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Sydney. He is the author of The Emotional Logic of Capitalism: What Progressives Have Missed (Stanford University Press, 2015), Neoliberalism (with Damien Cahill, Polity, 2017) and Capital and Time: For a New Critique of Neoliberal Reason (Stanford University Press, 2018). With Melinda Cooper, he edits the new Stanford University Press series “Currencies: New Thinking for Financial Times.” View all posts »

  • Harry Kopyto

    Harry Kopyto lives in Toronto, recently retired after 47 years working as a lawyer/advocate specializing in litigation against police abuse and in defence of human rights. View all posts »

  • Korean Labour and Social Network on Energy

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  • Korean Public Service and Transport Workers’ Union

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  • Marko Kostanic

    Marko Kostanic is a dramaturgist and political activist from Zagreb., Croatia. View all posts »

  • David M. Kotz

    David M. Kotz is professor of economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the author of The Rise and Fall of Neoliberal Capitalism. View all posts »

  • Joel Kovel

    Joel Kovel is a scholar, author and ecosocialist activist. His publications include Overcoming Zionism: Creating a Single Democratic State in Israel/Palestine (Pluto Press, 2007). View all posts »

  • Tamas Krausz

    Tamas Krausz is a historian and university professor at the Eötvös Loránd Universität in Budapest. His monumental work Reconstructing Lenin. An Intellectual Biography has been awarded the German Memorial Prize, after an English translation had been published in 2015. View all posts »

  • Yadul Krishna

    Yadul Krishna is a columnist with the British Herald. An alumnus of Delhi University’s Shri Ram College of Commerce, his writings on economy and politics have appeared across the globe including in the US, UK, India and Italy. He tweets at @Yadul_Krishna. View all posts »

  • Meenakshi Krishnan

    Meenakshi Krishnan is a doctoral researcher at Institute of Development Studies (IDS) at the University of Sussex, and works on issues of women's workforce participation, unpaid care work, family friendly work policies and social protection. View all posts »

  • Manuela Kropp

    Manuela Kropp is Project Manager at the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung Brussels Office. View all posts »

  • Clarice Kuhling

    Clarice Kuhling is a member of Toronto New Socialists. View all posts »

  • Önder Kulak

    Önder Kulak holds a Ph.D. in philosophy; studying German Idealism, Marxism, and Frankfurt School; has books, book chapters, articles and translations in journals and internet portals. View all posts »

  • Yassel A. Padrón Kunakbaeva

    Yassel A. Padrón Kunakbaeva is a Marxist philosopher, revolutionary activist. He writes for La Joven Cuba. View all posts »

  • Jason Kunin

    Jason Kunin is a former branch president and member of District 12 of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation (OSSTF). View all posts »

  • Esther Kuperman

    Esther Kuperman is a historian, Ph.D. in Social Sciences, Professor in the Master of Practice in Basic Education in the Pedro II College, member of the Advanced Studies on the Centro de Memórias Reveladas of the National Archives. UTA representative in Rio de Janeiro. View all posts »

  • Chris Kutalik

    Chris Kutalik is the former editor and director of Labor Notes in Detroit and union organizer. He is now deeply involved in Texans for Bernie and Labor for Bernie. Follow his tweets at @ChrisKutalik. View all posts »

  • Jonathan Kuttab

    Jonathan Kuttab is a Palestinian human rights lawyer. View all posts »

  • Joan Kuyek

    Joan Kuyek is National Coordinator of MiningWatch Canada. View all posts »

  • Mafa Kwanisai Mafa

    Mafa Kwanisai Mafa writes of Zimbabwean affairs. View all posts »

  • Eusi Kwayana

    Eusi Kwayana is the veteran Pan-African activist of Guyana and the Caribbean. His most recent book, the Morning After is a call for an end to the manipulation of racial insecurity in Guyana by those who promote inter ethnic violence in the name of liberation. His other books include, No Guilty Race and Scars of Bondage. View all posts »

  • Grace Kwinjeh

    Grace Kwinjeh is a Zimbabwean journalist now living in South Africa, and can be reached at: View all posts »