George W Bush and Tony Blair are resolved to bring devastating war to the people of Iraq.
Back in the 1970s, tanker owner Aristotle Onassis was the richest man in the world, and as infamous a personification of big capital as Bill Gates...
Missing missiles - Astronaut for £200 a month - Buy a Daimler for grain - Enron signs removed from Houston
When New Labour proclaims its concern for the low paid it is usually a sign that it's about to attack higher education.
The British National Party (BNP) win in the Mill Hill ward council by-election in Blackburn has shocked and angered people.
French trade unionists sent a 'social alert' to the right wing government of Jean-Pierre Raffarin recently.
How's this for a choice: admit you have weapons of mass destruction--and we bomb you. Or deny that you have such weapons--and we bomb you anyway,...
The firefighters' strike has put class struggle back on the agenda.
The hugely successful Florence European Social Forum showed a new face of politics in Europe.
Like war and the rebuilding of the European left, the question of the role of women in the fight for a different world ran through the European Social Forum. At least half the delegates were women...
The British ruling class is hitched to the US war machine--a sign of Britain's long-term decline.
Top of the league for weapons of mass destruction is the US, and the biggest danger in the Middle East is Israel.
The US is eyeing up Africa's oil.
One of the biggest problems facing users of the internet is viruses.
Attacks on the firefighters and PFI go hand in glove in the name of modernisation.
To ban parties from the movement would only benefit established parties.
Byron struck an image that still enthrals many. Mike Gonzalez traces the sources of his popularity.
The ghosts of Xmas past are haunting Pat Stack.
The fallout from the European Social Forum (November SR) is huge.
It is likely that Florence will go down in history as one of the great gatherings of the European left.
As a member of the CWU I can say what a massive difference it has been to have had Billy Hayes as our general secretary.
Like many reviewers, Lee Billingham uses a music column (October SR) to write about the lyrics of songs rather than about the music itself.
The problem I had with Lee Billingham's article on music (October SR) and Muhammad Salleh's letter (November SR) is that both of them said, 'Buy this band, they're political.'
The Malaysian constitution guarantees the right of every citizen to establish a society or party, and freedom to associate.
Review of 'The Final Frontier', Dominick Jenkins, Verso £19
Review of 'The Secret History of the IRA', Ed Moloney, Penguin £20 and 'Sinn Fein', Brian Feeney, O'Brian £11.99
Review of 'Marx and Engels: Collected Works Volume 49', Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, Lawrence and Wishart £45
Review of 'Shakespeare is Hard, but So is Life', Fintan O'Toole, Granta £6.99
Review of 'Milosevic: A Biography', Adam LeBor, Bloomsbury £20
Review of 'Albion', Peter Ackroyd, Chatto and Windus £25
Review of 'At what Cost?', Rachel Morris and Luke Clements, The Policy Press £18.99
Review of 'The Quiet American', director Phillip Noyce
Review of 'Anita and Me', director Metin Hüseyin
Review of 'Dirty Pretty Things', director Stephen Frears
Review of the London Film Festival
Review of 'Dinner' by Moira Buffini, National Theatre, London
Review of exhibition 'Aztecs', Royal Academy, London