Welcome to Britain in the 21st century--a place where the old are told they will have to work until they die; where even some of those on a...
Yes, it does mean a 'bloodbath'. Even Shimon Peres, Israel's hapless foreign minister, said it in response to Bush's infamous Palestine speech....
Website charts dot.com collapses - Girl scouts introduce stress management badge - Drugs companies push for relaxation of testing rules
New Labour likes to vaunt its modernising project--particularly when it comes to the rights of the individual. Yet its obsession with the right...
The echoes of last year's anti-capitalist protests in Genoa are still being felt all over Italy.
One minute past midnight, 20 June in Seville, and we were witnessing something strange. Some 200 young activists were marching round the packed...
Labour's intellectuals prepared the party's current lurch to the right on asylum and immigration. Blairite thinkers in the 'Policy Network' said...
Many commentators interpreted the mainstream right's victory in the French parliamentary elections in June as a return to normality after the...
As India and Pakistan compete for American support the danger of nuclear war continues to threaten the subcontinent.
Trade unionists are beginning to flex their muscles.
The number of women at work may have reached record levels but they still have a long way to go to achieve equality with men--let alone genuine liberation.
To be anti-Zionist does not mean you are anti-Semitic.
You can't seperate sport from the racism and nationalism that go with it.
New Labour stooges appear to be incapable of winning a trade union election.
Is Cuba free from capitalism? Chris Harman looks at the novels of a writer who does not think so.
Watching the world cup was a game of two halves.
An increasingly frustrated Pat Stack bemoans the new TV circuses.
I agree with Chris Harman (June SR) on the danger of a re-emergence of popular front politics, but I do not agree that this meant abstaining in the second round of the French presidential election...
I don't agree with Chris Harman (June SR) that the French left should not have voted for Chirac to keep Le Pen out of power.
Chris Harman argues (June SR) that it was wrong to call for a vote for Chirac against Le Pen in the second round of the French election.
Here is a draft letter we have done in Britain for the regional and local press. I hope everyone will write at least one letter to their local press, wherever they may live.
In a review of Antony Beevor's 'Berlin: The Downfall' (June SR), mention is made of 'the greatest maritime disaster of all time', the sinking of the Goya by a Russian submarime with the consequent...
I was surprised to read that Paul Jakubovic (Letters, June SR) considers the 'Big Bang' theory of the origin of the universe to be idealist and regressive.
Dogs were let loose on anti GM crop protestors in Scotland recently. At least one activist required medical treatment for bites to the chest.
I would like to congratulate the SWP for your work, and especially for the great 'Socialist Review'.
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