Opinion February 9, 2016
In challenging the corporatist and status quoist politics of Clinton, Sanders has become an electoral lightning rod for the movements, argues Sean Ledwith
Latest News February 9, 2016
Junior doctor Mona Kamal argues that the government is attacking doctors as a means to further undermine the NHS
Analysis February 8, 2016
Vladimir Unkovski-Korica analyses some of the challenges faced by activists trying to re-build the radical left in the Balkans and Eastern Europe since 1989
Book Reviews February 4, 2016
Charlotte Cooper’s Fat Activism explores a long-standing social movement, revealing complex relationships with feminism, class and capitalism, argues E...
Theory February 3, 2016
Our 'key texts' series continues with Vladimir Unkovski-Korica introducing a chapter from Reform or Revolution by Polish revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg...
Analysis January 25, 2016
Corbyn's rise is only the most recent expression of a long term trend towards a more radical and left-wing politics, argues Chris Nineham