The seizure of Saddam Hussein last month was heralded as a great victory for Bush and his 'coalition of the willing'. George Bush said in his post...
The Cairo conference brought to a close a momentous year for the global anti-war movement. Over 1,000 activists from Europe, North America and...
GM manufacturers sell their wares in school - Nuclear screw loose in Madrid - Advertisers scan shoppers' brains
Political turmoil was the outcome of elections in the Turkish northern part of Cyprus last month.
The European Union's expansion from ten to 25 this year did not get off to an auspicious start.
Weyman Bennett, Joint Secretary, Unite Against Fascism"
Unite Against Fascism (UAF) represents the biggest mobilisation of anti-Nazi forces...
As the left unity coalition forms nationally, Julie Bundy speaks to Harlow activists about how they are bringing together the local anti-war movement and ex Labour members to challenge New Labour...
The latest British Social Attitudes survey contains many indicators that our strategy is correct - and a few surprises.
Declaration and call for a National Convention to found an alternative to New Labour
China's embrace of the market is cited as evidence that this is the model for Third World countries. Chris Harman looks at the reality behind the hype.
Chanie Rosenberg looks at a new book exposing the scandal of the US working poor.
The phenomenon of internet web diaries (blogs) recently hit the news through the activities of the 'Baghdad Blogger'.
Gordon Brown revives a Tory idea about regional pay
US Democrats want to use anti-war feelings to boost their ratings.
Mike Gonzalez commemorates the extraordinary music of the Buena Vista Social Club.
Pat Stack stakes out the films likely to impress the Academy.
Last month the French president, Jacques Chirac, gave his go-ahead for a law banning all conspicuous religious and political signs at school and in public services.
By now Socialist Review readers will be aware of the furore ignited by letters to the Guardian by Jimmy Barnes, who preempted this release in a paper, 'Big Problems in the Peace...
In response to Neil Davidson ('They Took the High Road', December SR), it is as legitimate to feel that Scotland has been oppressed by England since 1296 as it is to believe that Ireland has been...
In his otherwise excellent article 'Beyond the Crossroads' (December SR), Paul Foot's characterisation of the Socialist Alliance is flawed.
As an activist in Connect, the telecoms union, I was one of those responsible for drawing up and pushing through the union's conference policy on the offshoring of jobs that the Walrus refers to (...
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An Interview with Adriano Shaplin
Radical theatre in 2003
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