There are three dates for your new year's diary. Mark them clearly, because what we do over the next six months could change the world for years...
The right wing press and New Labour are in full agreement: Britain is in the grip of an unprecedented crimewave.
Ukraine's 'Orange Revolution' is not all it seems.
When Yanukovych bussed thousands of his supporters into the city, all fired up for a fight, the Yushchenko-supporting orange crowd began winning...
'Another School Is Possible', or so believes Milwaukee-based teacher Bob Peterson from the Rethinking Schools collective who led both a seminar...
The centrepiece of home secretary David Blunkett's attacks on civil liberties, the ID card and national identity register, will be a far more...
Has Nestlé finally joined the ranks of the fair trade movement?
China marked its third year as a member of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) last month with many neoliberal commentators celebrating its...
The newsreader on the main Italian lunchtime news on 30 November began with the following words: 'This news bulletin will be shorter than normal...
The re-election of Bush depressed the world, but now the anti-war left in the US is regrouping.
Christmas will not be privatised', writes award winning author China Miéville in this exclusive short story.
This year's Isaac Deutscher memorial lecture was given by Neil Davidson. He took up the controversial issue of the role played by bourgeois revolutions in the formation of the modern world.
Brian Richardson explores how black culture has shaped post-war society.
Tenant activist Eileen Short explains why council housing was such a historic achievement - and why we must campaign to defend it.
Is it time (to paraphrase Brecht) to elect a new American people?
US election shenanigans can't hide from the internet.
'We accept an interest in people's health as a basic responsibility, paramount to every other consideration in our business.' Who might have made such an altruistic statement of intent? A health...
Prior to voting in the US presidential ballot there was a lot of talk about this being the most important election in decades.
I was fascinated by the interview with John Rose ('Sparks of Hope in the Past', October SR), particularly his...
I have some sympathy with Cerrie Burnel's reservations regarding the use of able-bodied actors to portray characters with disabilities (Letters,...
Please help. Don't let the story of the fraudulent election in the US be buried.
John Kerry won just as Al Gore did last time. However, those who own the electronic vote-boxes have swung the voting to steal the US election.
The corpses are piling high in Iraq and the truth is being buried along with the bodies.
Mike Gonzalez reviews a compelling history of Cuba.
Review of 'Censored 2005', Peter Phillips and Project Censored, Seven Stories £12.99
Review of 'When Adam Delved and Eve Span', Mark O'Brien, New Clarion £8.99
Review of 'Other People's Money' by Nomi Prins, New Press £14.99
Review of 'Unpeople', Mark Curtis, Vintage £7.99
Review of 'The Murdoch Archipelago', Bruce Page, Pocket Books £9.99
Review of 'Voices of a People's History of the United States', Howard Zinn and Anthony Arnove, Seven Stories £10.99
Review of 'Socialist Register 2005: The Empire Reloaded', editors Leo Panitch and Colin Leys, Merlin Press £14.95
Miners' strike - Left US teaching resources - David Dabydeen - Gift ideas
Review of 'The Merchant of Venice', director Michael Radford
Review of 'Top Spot', director Tracey Emin
Review of 'Roads to Koktebel', directors Boris Khlebnikov and Alexei Popogrebsky
The Aviator - Napoleon Dynamite - Anatomy of Hell - Nine Songs - Mondovino
Review of 'Siegfried' by Richard Wagner, English National Opera
The best CDs of the last twelve months.
Review of 'Freedom Fries' by Steve Brodner, Fantagraphics $29.95 (available on-line for around £16)