History January 14, 2017
The Russian Revolution of 1917 was led by a working class who, in 1905, had already tasted their own power and experienced bitter defeat
Book Reviews January 12, 2017
Chris Wickham’s analysis of the European Middle Ages is a rich introduction to the development of Europe up to the 15th Century, argues Chris Bambery
Opinion January 12, 2017
There will always be forces that seek to destroy the NHS, so the fight to defend it must be one that every generation takes on, writes junior doctor Mona Kam...
Analysis January 12, 2017
After eight years of Democratic rule, the American brand of liberalism that accompanied the country’s rise to global hegemony looks exhausted
Opinion January 10, 2017
It is a mistake for Corbyn to suggest dropping the principle of free movement, argues Chris Nineham
Latest News January 5, 2017
On 25 February, Counterfire is hosting an event celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, taking a closer look at the key questions of the...