The situation in Ukraine is fast moving and complex and it is easy to misunderstand what's at play.
Tory education secretary Michael Gove has set out to destroy progressive education. But he is meeting increasing resistance, and even falling out with some of his friends.
The government's plans to privatise education are mired in financial scandal and under pressure from campaigns by teaching staff, parents and local authorities.
The battle over Scottish independence is heating up especially with signs the polls may be narrowing
The strike at STEM6 Academy in north London against zero hours contracts and for union recognition shows that if you get organised and fight hard you can win.
Calls for a new social democracy in Scotland where workers and bosses cooperate ignores the reality of a class society
Thirty years on from the 1984-85 miners' strike most commentators, including many on the left, claim the power of the state made defeat inevitable. But Sheila McGregor argues we could have won but...
The notion that immigration is putting workers' wages under pressure is widely accepted even among some on the left. Yet this argument is both dangerous and wrong.
Fascist parties are once again proclaiming the anti-Semitic filth they have kept hidden for years. Rob Ferguson explains why they feel confident to do this now, how their ideolgy works, and how...
Socialist Review spoke to Weyman Bennett, joint secreatary of Unite Against Fascism, about the Stand Up to Racism demonstration on 22 March and challenging the scapegoating of migrants.
Lenin described Nikolai Bukharin's Imperialism and World Economy as essential to understanding not only the economic basis of imperialism, but also its political and social impact.
This is a book to warm the shrunken diseased walnut that passes for Michael Gove's heart. It is very much a sign of the times: our rulers feel absolutely on top, the country is once again run by...
Mark Buchanan's book, Forecast, is a demolition of the core assumptions of economic theory.
Buchanan draws on studies carried out by physicists and other scientists to demonstrate that...
Leonardo Padura's exciting new novel The Man Who Loved Dogs shows a Moscow deteriorating under the rule of Joseph Stalin, a Mexico enlivened by the artist Frida Kahlo, Leon Trotsky's tragic...
There has been new interest in Hans Fallada following the English publication of much of his work. He is best known for his 1946 novel Alone in Berlin, first translated into English in 2009, which...
Director Wes Anderson, released 7 March
Director Roberto Rossellini, re-released 7 March
Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller, out now
Director Spike Jonze, out now
Gielgud Theatre, London, from 24 June
Tate Modern, London, until 26 May