Iraq's colonial governor, former US general Jay Garner, seemed intent on dispelling the belief that Americans don't understand irony. 'I will be...
On 1 June George Bush flies to 'old Europe' to meet the other seven 'great powers' at Evian in the French Alps at the G8 summit meeting.
Arms fair - BBC objectivity - US bosses and sugar
While launching its witch-hunt against anti-war Labour MP George Galloway the 'Daily Telegraph' used the opportunity to 'bury' or ignore other...
Yasser Arafat's appointment of Mahmoud Abbas as prime minister, and the acceptance of his demands for the make-up of the cabinet, have removed...
'Many people have left the Labour Party. There are also large numbers who have let their membership lapse. In east Dorset, where I come from,...
'A service to be proud of' declares the Police Service of Northern Ireland website. The RUC may have been renamed, but the 'service' this force...
The Stop the War Coalition is now entering a new phase of its evolution.
The history of British and French rule in the Middle East makes uncomfortable reading for Iraq's new conquerors.
Simon Assaf reports on the anti-war movement in the Middle East.
Tony Blair has backed the US in three major wars. Andrew Stone compares their claims with reality.
Democracy and liberation were not top of the agenda following the Second World War.
It has sometimes been difficult to find accurate information about what is actually happening in Iraq.
Look which US company is at the front of the queue for Iraq contracts.
The US military may have succeeded in Iraq but now the problems are beginning to mount up.
If we can explain and understand the past, we will then be able to shape the future.
The war will not lead to the liberation of ordinary Iraqis.
Chris Harman's analysis of the strategy of the US ruling class can help explain the recent vitriol directed at the French (April SR).
In contrast to 'Socialist Review''s anti-war coverage the media has been showing scenes around Basra of British medics treating wounded Iraqis alongside wounded British soldiers.
This May is the 35th anniversary of the massive explosion of anger initiated by French students and supported by French workers in 1968. Spontaneity fused with working class struggle and created a...
On behalf of the volunteers running the Marxists' Internet Archive I would like to thank Martin Empson and 'Socialist Review' for the friendly review of the archive in the Martin's Web column (...
Ian Birchall (April SR) does a good job in outlining what genuine democracy could look like, given past historical experiences. The only problem is this: how do you stop councils of workers...
Ian Birchall's article 'People Power' (April SR) really deserves a small book in reply but a point or two will have to suffice.
The failure of the US Marine Corps to secure the Iraqi museums and hospitals while securing the Iraqi oilfields and oil ministry has brought home to me more forcefully than ever before the...
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