It is widely recognised that the international labour movement is in profound crisis. Most trade unions seem to be stuck in a nostalgic, ideological past without realising the need for more networking and dialogue in the global and neo-liberal world order of today. Peter Waterman analyses the failings of the past and proposes changes for the future.
(London, 1936) is a pensioned but unretired researcher/writer, resident in The Hague, Netherlands. He is the author of