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Marxism and Women's Liberation

Marxism and Women's Liberation

Book Reviews March 23, 2017

Judy Cox welcomes Marxism and Women’s Liberation as a timely and valuable discussion of the causes and consequences of women’s oppression ...

The fight is on: campaigning for an independent Scotland starts now

The fight is on: campaigning for an independent Scotland starts now

Opinion March 21, 2017

What now in the campaign for Scottish independence?

The Dutch dog that didn't bark

The Dutch dog that didn't bark

Opinion March 16, 2017

The election in the Netherlands didn‘t bear out the media‘s prediction of a right-wing surge, writes Alastair Stephens

Damaging, not dull: why Hammond's budget punishes the poor

Damaging, not dull: why Hammond's budget punishes the poor

Analysis March 8, 2017

The Spring Budget shows that the Tories are still pushing an agenda of austerity that benefits the rich and punishes the poor argues Chris Nineham

International Women's Day and revolution

International Women's Day and revolution

History March 7, 2017

100 years on from the Russian Revolution, we publish Alexandra Kollontai writing on the history of International Women's Day

The left and the crisis of the liberal centre

The left and the crisis of the liberal centre

Analysis March 1, 2017

A new political alignment is taking place against Corbyn and the left, argues John Rees

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The vicious cycle of war, terrorism and Islamophobia

The vicious cycle of war, terrorism and Islamophobia

Analysing the threat of Islamic terrorism, Lindsey German argues that the only way to break the cycle is to campaign against war and Islamophobia

March 25, 2017 Lindsey German

The new taboo: terrorism and its causes

The new taboo: terrorism and its causes

As the media blizzard around the Westminster attacks begins to recede, Chris Nineham looks to some home truths

March 24, 2017 Chris Nineham

Stop the War Coalition statement on the Westminster attack

Stop the War Coalition statement on the Westminster attack

Issued 22 March 2017

March 23, 2017 Stop the War Coalition

Scottish independence: which side are you on?

Scottish independence: which side are you on?

Opposition to the establishment will be strengthened if people south of the border support Scottish independence

March 22, 2017 Jonathan Maunders

Russian Revolution

Russia's road to revolution

Russia's road to revolution

The revolutionary events of 1905 profoundly affected the revolutionary parties themselves, argues Sean Ledwith

January 25, 2017 Sean Ledwith

Must revolution always mean catastrophe?

Must revolution always mean catastrophe?

Neither Cromwell, nor Robespierre, nor Lenin, could become an icon or avatar for the reactionary regimes they helped to overthrow, but Stalin was different argu...

January 16, 2017 Bill Bowring

1905: The 1917 Revolution's dress rehearsal

1905: The 1917 Revolution's dress rehearsal

The Russian Revolution of 1917 was led by a working class who, in 1905, had already tasted their own power and experienced bitter defeat

January 14, 2017 Judy Cox

Imperialist rivalries and the First World War - the world of the Russian Revolution:

Imperialist rivalries and the First World War - the world of the Russian Revolution:

The causes of the First World War and Russian Revolution can be located in the imperialist tensions of world capitalism argues Dominic Alexander

January 7, 2017 Dominic Alexander

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

As dangerous abroad as at home: Trump and foreign policy

As dangerous abroad as at home: Trump and foreign policy

We shouldn't believe that Trump's claims to isolationism will lead to a safer world, argues Lindsey German

November 10, 2016 Lindsey German

Laura Kuenssberg wins 'journalist of the year'

Laura Kuenssberg wins 'journalist of the year'

Political editor of BBC News wins contest after months of leading the media assault on Corbyn. Des Freedman takes a look at the context of this decision ...

December 7, 2016 Des Freedman

The Trump disaster: the chickens come home to roost

The Trump disaster: the chickens come home to roost

How did America elect its most reactionary President ever, asks John Rees

November 9, 2016 John Rees

Books

Testosterone Rex: Unmaking the Myths of Our Gendered Minds

Testosterone Rex: Unmaking the Myths of Our Gendered Minds

In her latest popular neuroscience book, Professor Cordelia Fine takes us through the science that led to gender stereotypes

March 19, 2017 Patricia Lowther

Working the Phones: Control and Resistance in Call Centres

Working the Phones: Control and Resistance in Call Centres

Working the Phones, based on first-hand experience of work in today’s call centres, underlines the need for unionisation and politicisation, argues Geo...

March 16, 2017 George Barratt

Selling the Future: The Perils of Predicting Global Politics

Selling the Future: The Perils of Predicting Global Politics

Selling The Future shows how the prediction industry reproduces an international system favouring the existing rulers, argues Peter Stauber ...

March 9, 2017 Peter Stauber

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