Rarely has the contrast been so stark. On the one hand the response by ordinary people to the Indian Ocean tsunami that has killed more than 150,...
Andrew Stone looks at the hypocrisy behind the tragedy.
The politics and history of countries affected by the tsunami influence relief efforts today.
Mike Davis recalls another tsunami tragedy, and asks what lessons can be learned.
Over 50,000 previously secret government documents have been released to the public this month as the Freedom of Information Act 2000 finally...
'The government must no longer allow delays in developing a long term radioactive waste management strategy to be used as a pretext for deferring...
The terrorising of independent media in Iraq continues, writes Liv Lewitschnik.
Our future welfare depends on creating a radically different pension system, argues Robin Blackburn.
This year marks the centenary of the first Russian Revolution - an event that shaped our understanding of how mass movements can grow.
The 1905 Russian revolution, as described by Leon Trotsky.
The democracy of our rulers is a pale reflection of the real thing, writes Sabby Sagall.
Michael Lavalette tells of his puzzlement when first elected as a Respect councillor in Preston.
The 60th anniversary of Bob Marley's birth is a great opportunity to celebrate his inspirational music, writes Brian Richardson.
What is the role of complex ideas in the day to day struggle? Chris Harman, editor of International Socialism, explains.
Mike Davis commemorates the centenary of a high point in American socialist history.
The burgeoning world of ebooks
Please don't panic, but we're in the middle of an emergency.
Andrew Stone is wrong to support the government's ban on smoking in enclosed public places ('The Drag Factor', December...
What a drag it is that Andrew Stone ('The Drag Factor', December SR) seems to have inhaled at least some of...
Having parked himself in a place previously occupied by a disabled person, Andrew Stone ('The Drag Factor', December ...
Chris Harman's article on Ukraine's 'orange revolution' ('Neither Washington nor Moscow', December SR) rightly...
Thank you for Matt Foot's article, 'Leave Our Kids Alone' (October SR). I am trying to find some information...
As a postscript to Moira Nolan's review of Al Pacino's Merchant of Venice (December SR), could I add...
I was surprised by the very positive nature of Alex Callinicos's piece on Derrida ('The Infinite Search', November SR...
Chanie Rosenberg rediscovers a revolutionary classic.
Review of 'Comrade Rockstar', Reggie Nadelson, Arrow £7.99
Review of 'The Infidel Within', Humayun Ansari, Hurst £15.95
Review of 'Michael Rosen's Sad Book', Michael Rosen and Quentin Blake, Walker £10.99
Review of 'Al Qaeda: The True Story', Jason Burke, Penguin £7.99
Review of 'Banana Wars', Gordon Myers, Zed £14.95
Review of 'Spartacus', Theresa Urbainczyk, Duckworth/BCP £10.99
Review of 'My Trade', Andrew Marr, MacMillan £12.99
Review of 'Memoirs', Pablo Neruda, Souvenir Press £12.99; 'Pablo Neruda', Adam Feinstein, Bloomsbury £25; 'Selected Poems', Pablo Neruda, Penguin £9.99; 'Isla Negra', Pablo Neruda (translated by...
Flushing out the detox books - Why civilisations collapse - Sharon and My Mother-in-Law - Profiting from Iraq - US politicians - Ursula Le Guin - Paul Foot on the vote
Review of 'The Inheritance', director Per Fly
Review of '2046', director Wong Kar Wai
Review of 'Alexander', director Oliver Stone
Review of 'Vanity Fair', director Mira Nair
Million Dollar Baby - Sideways - American Cinema 1967-1980 - A Very Long Engagement - Closer - Dear Frankie - Ray - Yasmin
Review of 'Outfoxed', director Robert Greenwald
Review of 'Le Crime de Monsieur Lange', 'La Grande Illusion' and 'La Bête Humaine', director Jean Renoir
Jane Hardy looks at the work of Harlem radical Langston Hughes.
A guide to forthcoming productions, compiled by Berit Kuennecke.
Review of 'Peace Not War volume 2', Various artists