Contradictions in the US and Israel's special relationship
The needs of the Israeli settler-colonial state and US imperialism are not perfectly aligned, argues John Clarke
A day in the life of a Palestinian: The Present review
Farah Nabulsi’s Oscar-nominated The Present shows the daily oppression faced by Palestinians living under Israeli occupation, finds Sybil Cock
The Big Ride for Palestine: Lockdown edition
In spite of the coronavirus lockdown, many rode out in solidarity for the Big Ride for Palestine, writes Lucy Nichols
Gaza finds itself embroiled in another kind of seige
Gaza still needs our help, let us not give up on it in these testing times, argues Maddalena Dunscombe
Protest has helped define the first two decades of the 21st century – here’s what’s next
We’re living in an unprecedented moment - the fortunes of popular protest will depend on the collective leadership of the movements, writes Feyzi Ismail
American Carnage: Students Defy Trump’s Cult of Violence
Could the student response to last weekend's shootings be the spark for change? Sean Ledwith looks at gun violence in the United States
'Domestic Extremism' and the war on dissent
Joshua Virasami writes about the current state of affairs with policing and the use of the term 'Domestic Extremist'
Syriza: the Greek road to socialism?
Europe's neoliberal elite are alarmed at the prospect of a Syriza government - the left needs to be equally clear about the possibilities and limitations writes Sean Ledwith
Love against the Law: the People's Bank has its day in court
A group who occupied an empty bank to shelter and feed homeless people over Christmas are fighting to establish that their eviction was unlawful reports Dan Poulton
London bank seized for the homeless
Rolling coverage from the occupation of a disused bank at 2A Charing Cross Roa, where activists have created a community space to highlight the scandal of homelessness
Hong Kong: the students have already made history
An illegal, mass, civil disobedience movement has fought the Hong Kong government to a draw writes Lawrence Wong
Video: Occupying democracy with Russell Brand
A video compilation of moments from this week's #Occupydemocracy protest by Shahrzad Shemirani
#OccupyDemocracy: It's our right to protest. That's democracy!
Matt Bonner reports from the #OccupyDemocracy protest in Parliament Square
Occupy Democracy holds Parliament Square despite police aggression
Occupy digs in at Parliament Square despite huge police aggression and intimidation reports Matt Bonner
Hong Kong: an anatomy of the revolt
Lawrence Wong looks at the background, and prospects, for Hong Kong’s 'Umbrella Revolution'
Hong Kong: Occupy Central with love and peace
Joe Meadway reports from Hong Kong, where thousands have occupied the area outside the government headquarters in protest at plans to restrict candidates in the upcoming elections
What's next for Turkey?
Erdogan has won Turkey's first presidential elections. But what is the future for Turkey with Erdogan as the nation's leader, and what do these elections signify?
Where has the resistance gone? Turkey between two elections
Volkan Aran looks at the prospects for the Left and the movement going into the Turkish presidential elections