This was not how Bush and Blair said it would be. It is already clear that the 'short sharp shock' that we were promised is now giving way to a...
In the past few weeks tens of thousands of school students have made an extraordinary entrance into political activism. On the day war broke out...
Political correctness myths - Blunkett takes on children - No insurance in the Tower of London
There may be profits to be made from securing control of Iraq oilfield at the end the war, but US companies are already cashing in as they queue...
Having failed to steamroller the United Nations Security Council into supporting its invasion of Iraq, the US has created a tinpot 'coalition of...
Welcome to our 25th anniversary issue.
Train guards began their first national strikes since privatisation at the end of last month in response to persistent attempts by train operators...
Labour now plans to privatise the military.
From Egypt to the Lebanon, from Damascus to Palestine, the war in Iraq is leading to a revolt in the Middle East not seen for years.
Opposing and organising against the conflict in Iraq is the most important task facing anti-capitalist campaigners today.
Was democracy the cornerstone of US policy during the Cold War?
Bush claims he wants to liberate Iraq. Dragan Plavsic examines the experience of Serbia and Afghanistan.
Capitalism's claim of promoting democracy is continually undermined by the growing gap between rich and poor.
Workers' power is far more democratic than parliament.
The movement against capitalism and war is having an impact on what's being produced by Hollywood.
The war in Iraq has exposed splits between the imperial powers.
Theatre can be a forum for debate and encourage collective action.
The trial of the century is under way.
William Halpern asserts that 'human nature' needs 'to be considered alongside the purely political and economic issues 'to get closer to the truth about the nature of war' (Letters, March SR).
I joined the protest outside parliament on the night of 18 Much 2003 when our leaders decided to help the US butcher innocent Iraqi civilians.
Huw Williams (March SR) correctly identifies the scale of the crisis facing the Labour Party.
Thanks to the many readers of 'Socialist Review' who supported the campaign to free anti-war activists in Egypt (Letters, March SR).
I enjoyed Brian Manning's tribute to Christopher Hill (March SR).
As Brian Manning's tribute demonstrates (March SR) the late Christopher Hill was a fine and pathbreaking Marxist historian, a long way from the mechanical Stalinist suggested by some.
I have a quibble with Chris Harman's otherwise excellent article, 'Left Pole of Attraction' (March SR).
Review of 'Anti-Imperialism', ed. Farah Reza, Bookmarks £10
Review of 'An Act of State', William F Pepper, Verso £17
Review of 'Apocalypse', Neil Faulkner, Tempus £25
Review of 'Class Theory and History', Stephen A Resnick and Richard D Wolff, Routledge £16.99
Review of 'Welcome to Paradise', Mahi Binebine, Granta £12.99 and 'The Broken Cedar', Martin Malone, Scribner £12.99
Review of 'Born under Punches', Martyn Waites, Simon & Schuster £10.99
Review of 'The Life of David Gale', director Alan Parker
Review of 'Werckmeister Harmonies', director Bela Tarr
Review of 'In this World', director Michael Winterbottom
Review of 'Life and Debt', director Stephanie Black
Review of 'Crossing Jerusalem', by Julia Pascal, Tricycle Theatre, London
Review of Adbusters