This text reinterprets the history of labour internationalism. It examines the old internationalism of labour and socialism, and the present one of the new radical-democratic social movements, such as that of women and feminism. It argues for a "new global solidarity" that relates to a globalized, informatized, complex and radicalized capitalist modernity. This new internationalism addresses multiple global social problems and democratic movements. It both learns from the social theories and provides a complement to them.
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