Internationalist Challenges: Antiglobalisation, Occupy, and Indignados

Josep Maria Antentas

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© 2015 Taylor & Francis. Abstract: Subaltern classes' internationalism has a long history. The 1990s and first decade of the twenty-first century saw the rise of a new internationalism because of the emergence of the antiglobalisation movement. It was a short-lived movement, but that gave birth to a new set of strong internationalist activity. In 2011, there emerged a new international wave of protest by both the Indignados and the Occupy movements. These new movements, however, have developed relatively low levels of cross-border activity compared to the antiglobalisation movement, although it has brought a new internationalist drive.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)469-483
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 3 Jul 2016


  • antiglobalisation
  • internationalism
  • Occupy
  • solidarity


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