The 30 June 'transfer of sovereignty' to a puppet government in Iraq has rapidly become the source of foreboding for the governments of George...
After years of inadequate pay rises, there are clear signs that workers' frustration is coming to a head.
Spaceship repairs - Tesco workout - Anti-capitalist cheerleaders
The announcement that the third European Social Forum (ESF) will take place at Alexandra Palace, London this year has opened up really exciting...
In Italy problems are mounting up for Tony Blair's ally Silvio Berlusconi.
On a recent visit to Israel I learnt a lot about the movements of solidarity by many Israelis for the Palestinian struggle against the Israeli...
In what must go down as one of the most moving and powerful statements ever to be heard at a Trafalgar Square protest, Stop the War Coalition...
It was confirmed recently that US military commanders travelled to Israel In January this year to learn about urban warfare from the Israeli...
Just how democratic is 'the world's biggest democracy'? It's a question millions of Indians must be asking in the wake of their election.
Sally Campbell explains why women lead the fight against Blair and New Labour, while Tash Shifrin spoke to some leading activists.
Lindsey German receives an enthusiastic response campaigning for the 10 June election, as these extracts from her 'blog' reveal.
As the media panic about a 'nation of fatties', Hazel Croft looks at the pressures on women to conform to an ideal shape.
There is compassion and hope in the art of Edward Hopper, says Mike Gonzalez.
Music Against the Nazis - Rock against Racism in the 1970s and Love Music Hate Racism today.
For the left, the media has always been a battleground - on the one hand multinational media empires directing the editorial content of newspapers, television and the radio, and on the other...
How the World Bank and your boss are conspiring to wreck your retirement.
There's more to the role of NGOs than meets the eye.
Diminishing oil supplies have epochal implications for the world economy.
Torture in Iraq echoes the brutal British record in Northern Ireland.
Jonathan Schell's 'The Empire Backfires' (May SR), is an excellent description of the hypocrisy of the US Empire.
There is a grim sense of poetic justice about the slow motion catastrophe engulfing the Bush administration and its Blairite poodle (...
Hip-hop has been evolving over almost three decades, and is a militant form of music ('Hip-hop takes the rap', May SR...
If Andrew Stone has so much in common with the Greens ('Red Light From the Greens, May SR), why doesn't he get...
One of the highlights of the anti-war movement has been the diversity of people and groups involved, and this certainly applies to the Green Party.
As a longtime Socialist Review subscriber I eagerly await each issue. But special congratulations for Martin's Web.
At the 2002 European Social Forum in Florence a new journal called Science for the People was launched by a group of scientists attending a workshop on 'How do scientists change their...
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