Alexander Cockburn explains how domestic opposition to Bush's war on Iraq is beginning to bite.
Blair's government is in terminal decline. The war in Iraq is the prime cause, argues Alex Callinicos.
Chris Harman analyses critical choices facing the Latin American left.
Peter Fysh argues the French riots had both political and economic causes.
Matthew Cookson uncovers John Lennon's radical past 25 years after his death.
Hermann Scheer explains why it is time for nuclear power to be relegated to the technology museum.
Theresa Urbainczyk looks at the social struggles of ancient Rome.
We print eclusive extracts from Dario Fo's new one-person play about Cindy Sheehan, translated by Tom Behan.
Jane Coles is right to say that Blair's scandalous plans for education are vulnerable ('Choice For the Few', November ...
Xanthe Rose's review of The Proposition (November SR) is spot on when it states that 'there has been a...
Stanley Tookie Williams, California's best known death row inmate, is due to be executed on 13 December.
In an otherwise decent review of Tariq Ali's latest book, Rough Music, Adam Marks begins the piece with specious logic (...
Charlie Kimber welcomes a refreshing history of Africa.
Review of 'Hollywood's New Radicalism', Ben Dickenson, IB Tauris £14.99
Review of 'Tell It Like It Is', editor Brian Richardson, Bookmarks Publications and Trentham Books £6.99
Review of 'The Other Side of Israel', Susan Nathan, Harper Collins £18.99
Review of 'The Jarrow Crusade', Matt Perry, Business Education Publishers £12.95
Review of 'The Next Gulf', Andy Rowell, James Marriott and Lorne Stockman, Constable £8.99
Review of 'Rednecks & Bluenecks', Chris Willman, The New Press £14.99
Review of 'The Single Helix', Steve Jones, Little, Brown £12.99
Review of 'The Siege of Venice', Jonathan Keates, Chatto and Windus £20
Review of 'For Marx', Louis Althusser, Verso £6
Review of 'Sundown Towns', James W Loewen, The New Press, £17.99
Review of 'Race, Rock, and Elvis', Michael T Bertrand, University of Illinois Press £11.95
Review of '50 American Revolutions You're Not Supposed to Know', Mickey Z, Disinformation £6.99
Review of 'The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual', Harold Cruse, Granta £9.99
Review of 'Socialism: A Very Short Introduction', Michael Newman, Oxford University Press £6.99
Review of 'The Village Labourer', JL Hammond and Barbara Hammond, Nonesuch £18
Review of 'Brokeback Mountain', director Ang Lee
Review of 'Rize', director David LaChapelle
Review of 'Tickets', directors Ermanno Olmi, Abbas Kiarostami, Ken Loach
Review of 'Kings and Queen', director Arnaud Desplechin
Review of 'Translations' by Brian Friel, National Theatre, London
Berit Kuennecke reports from the frontline of Palestinian theatre.
Review of 'Un Ballo in Maschera' by Giuseppe Verdi, Royal Opera House, London
Sue Jones looks at the visionary art of Henri Rousseau.