The decision by Lindsey German to stand as the Respect candidate for mayor of London and the Greater London Assembly (GLA) list will bring a...
For eight weeks over 4,000 nursery nurses have been on all-out strike across Scotland.
Holiday Hijinks - Taxes Subsidise Weapons Makers - Businessman Finds New Flock
French fascist Jean-Marie Le Pen's visit to England was not the success hoped for by his BNP hosts.
Sabby Sagall and Hilary Westlake were part of an international delegation which travelled to Israel to greet Mordechai Vanunu on his release from...
The liberal media were 'surprised', or 'astonished', when Bush recently endorsed Sharon's latest twist of the knife into the Palestinians.
Peter Morgan looks at the unique opportunity we have to teach Blair and Bush a lesson on 10 June.
The Green Party's resistance to making an electoral arrangement with Respect is unfortunate, but not entirely uncharacteristic, finds Andrew Stone.
For Londoners, 'Super Thursday' will be the most complicated election ever held. Sally Campbell demystifies the process.
How did a policy of nonproliferation lead to greater nuclear danger, asks bestselling author Jonathan Schell.
Many people who work in computing find the fact that millions of people continue to use Microsoft's ubiquitous email service Hotmail a constant source of frustration and surprise.
Tony and Gordon's public pay policy problem
US military planners are discovering that slums are the new centres of resistance.
Finding the right response to neoliberalism is not always straightforward.
There are two sides to the communication revolution, as Mike Gonzalez explains.
Pat Stack's world exclusive on that affair.
Star of the Sea, a great political novel set at the time of the Irish famine, has been a runaway bestseller. Author Joseph O'Connor spoke to Hazel Croft about its success and why he wrote...
John Molyneux provided an excellent summary of the Marxist view on terrorism ('Marxism on Terrorism', April SR...
Thanks to Socialist Review for your article 'Who are Al Qaida?' (April SR).
Picketing started the 1984 miners' strike and, as the Walrus's analysis shows (April SR), could have won it....
The Walrus (April SR) draws attention to one key difference between the 1972 and 1984-85 miners' strike -...
Martin Smith is right (April SR) - the pressure is on to democratise the trade unions' political fund.
Nigel Davey is right about Errol Morris's film Fog of War (April SR) - it gives fascinating insights...
We cannot blame the 'US government' for our woes (Letter from the US, April SR), but ourselves for allowing...
Review of 'Who Runs This Place?', Anthony Sampson, John Murray £20
Review of 'Against All Enemies', Richard Clarke, Simon and Schuster £18.99 and 'Plan of Attack', Bob Woodward, Simon and Schuster £18.99
Review of 'The Children of Nafta', David Bacon, University of California £18.95
Review of '1968: The Year that Rocked the World', Mark Kurlansky, Jonathan Cape £17.99
Review of 'Photographing the Holocaust', Janina Struk, I B Tauris £13.95
Review of 'Silent Revolution', Duncan Green, Latin America Bureau £13.99
Helen Keller - Monica Ali - Margaret Atwood - Annie Proulx - Mark Haddon - Books on Demand - Book Club
Review of 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind', director Michel Gondry
Review of 'The Cookie Project', director Stephanie Wynne
Review of 'Follow My Leader' by Alistair Beaton, Hampstead Theatre, London
Review of 'The Big Life' by Paul Sirett, Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London
Hip-hop has arguably been the most influential popular music form of the past generation.
Review of 'Romare Bearden Revealed' by the Branford Marsalis Quartet
Review of 'Li Zhensheng: Red-colour New Soldier' and 'Hou Bo and Xu Xiaobing: Mao's Photographers' at The Photographers' Gallery, London