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Jeremy Corbyn: what happens next?

Jeremy Corbyn: what happens next?

Opinion September 24, 2016

Lindsey German looks at what happens next after Jeremy Corbyn's landslide victory in the second Labour Leadership election in 12 months

Internationalism can’t be sacrificed to keep the Labour right happy

Internationalism can’t be sacrificed to keep the Labour right happy

Analysis September 24, 2016

Retreating over foreign policy will allow the right to regroup, argues John Rees

Corbyn: after the victory - keep left and keep your placard

Corbyn: after the victory - keep left and keep your placard

Opinion September 23, 2016

In anticipation of a Jeremy Corbyn victory, Chris Nineham highlights some strategic goalposts for both the Labour Party and the wider movement

Len, A Lawyer in History

Len, A Lawyer in History

Book Reviews September 22, 2016

Len, A Lawyer in History is the important story of Leonard Weinglass and other activist lawyers in the US who represented people targeted for their politics...

Corbyn: lies, damn lies and broadcast television

Corbyn: lies, damn lies and broadcast television

Opinion September 20, 2016

The recent media barrage against Jeremy Corbyn and Momentum represents a new low in mainstream vilification of socialist ideas, asserts Des Freedman ...

British foreign policy just fell apart, and Labour must seize the moment

British foreign policy just fell apart, and Labour must seize the moment

Analysis September 18, 2016

A disastrous summer for the foreign policy establishment should be a golden opportunity for Labour, argues John Rees

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Liverpool: celebrating Corbyn but still angry

Liverpool: celebrating Corbyn but still angry

Activists partied for Corbyn in Liverpool, but anger at Labour's right is strong. Chris Nineham reports as Labour's conference gathers

September 24, 2016 Chris Nineham

What strategy for Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership?

What strategy for Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership?

With Jeremy Corbyn’s re-election almost certain, debate is turning to how a divided Labour Party can move forward. Alex Snowdon considers the next step...

September 22, 2016 Alex Snowdon

Corbyn: a view from afar

Corbyn: a view from afar

An Argentinian perspective on the rise of Jeremy Corbyn from journalist Mariano Schuster

September 22, 2016 Mariano Schuster

Syria: a war without end?

Syria: a war without end?

As aid convoys to Syria are suspended, Jonathan Maunders takes a look at where we are, and where we are going to 

September 20, 2016 Jonathan Maunders

Theory

The Jews, Israel and the Holocaust - key texts

The Jews, Israel and the Holocaust - key texts

The Blairites' crocodile tears are about defending empire, writes David Moyles in this introduction to The Jews, Israel and the Holocaust  ...

May 3, 2016 David Moyles

The Communist Manifesto - key texts

The Communist Manifesto - key texts

The Communist Manifesto is a pamphlet that refuses to die. As incendiary as the day it was published, Paul Vernell unpacks this founding document

April 8, 2016 Paul Vernell

Rosa Luxemburg’s The Mass Strike - key texts

Rosa Luxemburg’s The Mass Strike - key texts

Rosa Luxemburg argued that the majority of people would be won to socialism through struggle, writes Paul Vernell in this introduction to The Mass Strike ...

April 3, 2016 Paul Vernell

Editors picks

Corbyn’s reckoning and the role of the left

Corbyn’s reckoning and the role of the left

Jeremy Corbyn can now really win – but our side needs to act decisively and boldly, contends Vladimir Unkovski-Korica

July 6, 2016 Vladimir Unkovski-Korica

Time is tight: the challenges to Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign

Time is tight: the challenges to Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign

The political challenges to a Jeremy Corbyn leadership of the Labour Party will come thick and fast…and long before a 2020 election, argues John Rees ...

August 31, 2015 John Rees

They call it unity but it's really war

They call it unity but it's really war

Owen Smith is being painted as a unity candidate. Chris Nineham argues he is in fact spearheading a war on the majority of the Labour Party

July 19, 2016 Chris Nineham

Books

Race and Class: The Colour of Struggle 1950s-1980s

Race and Class: The Colour of Struggle 1950s-1980s

A special issue of the journal Race and Class vividly illustrates the history of black and anti-racist struggles for peace and equality in Britain, finds Dom...

September 15, 2016 Dominic Alexander

No way to remember anything

No way to remember anything

An analysis of the 2011 Egyptian revolution reproduces the same mistakes on the left that led to the revolution’s defeat in 2013, argues Kevin Crane ...

September 8, 2016 Kevin Crane

 Crowds and Party

Crowds and Party

Jodi Dean in Crowds and Party boldly reasserts the need for socialist organisation, as a necessary antidote to neoliberal individualism, finds Lindsey G...

September 1, 2016 Lindsey German

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