Richard Greeman

Richard Greeman is a Marxist scholar long active in human rights, anti-war, anti-nuclear, environmental and labor struggles in the U.S., Latin America, France, and Russia. Greeman is best known for his studies and translations of the Franco-Russian novelist and revolutionary Victor Serge. He splits his time between Montpelier, France and New York City.

Ten Days that May Have Changed the World: an Internationalist Perspective

France at a Crossroads

French Unions and Yellow Vests Converge, Launch General Strike

French Yellow Vests Celebrate First Birthday, Converge With Planned Labor Strikes

The Yellow Vests of France: Six Months of Struggle

Yellow Vest Movement Struggles to Reinvent Democracy as Macron Cranks Up Propaganda and Repression

As Macron Prepares New Repressive Measures, Yellow Vests and Red Unions Strike Together

Racism: North and South

The French Left Under Macron

France at “War”