Lindsey German: Nato's "humanitarian" war on Libya is predictably killing the people it was supposed to protect. When we're told how well the war is going and how many lives it is saving, remember Afghanistan and Iraq
Greece has been seized by a movement of popular protest involving many thousands of people in a radical experiment in popular democracy and a refusal to pay for a debt that they did not create. Panagiotis Sotiris argues we are witnessing history in the making.
The mass protests and occupations of public squares in Spain have mobilized millions of angry discontented people yet the right has won in the elections. Pablo Fernández looks at Spain's contradictory rebellion.
Spanish people have taken to the streets in huge numbers with public squares occupied by protestors opposed to austerity and calling for real democracy. Alex Snowdon argues that this is the new shape of working class resistance.
The head of the IMF Dominique Strauss-Kahn has been arrested on charges of rape. Lindsey German asks why a man described as ‘a well-known seducer’ and who enforces austerity was considered a suitable candidate for the left in the French presidentials.
Obama today reported to the American people that Osama Bin Laden had been killed in a US raid on a compound in Pakistan. Former soldier Joe Glenton - jailed for refusing to fight in Afghanistan - gives his take on the death of the former US asset.