George Galloway's expulsion from the Labour Party shows how hollow are Blair's platitudes about encouraging debate and democracy.
For the third time in three years a spontaneous uprising has forced a neoliberal president to flee from a presidential palace in South America....
Italian banker has journalist beaten - Directory enquiries privatisation disaster - Alastair Campbell gets fat cheques for public speaking
Around 150 people gathered for the launch of the London Social Forum at the start of October.
As we go to press, London postal workers look set to go on all-out strike in response to management attacks on CWU reps.
Six months into the occupation Iraqi society is becoming increasingly fragile. A generation living under war and sanctions has stretched the ties...
New Labour and the biotech industry have been left floundering by a succession of blows to their strategy to engineer public support for...
If you want a licence to inflict racism on black and Asian people with impunity, then look no further than a career with the British police.
Unless we help to shape a political alternative to Labour, we will undermine the great strides made by the anti-war movement.
The enthusiasm for the awkward squad will be wasted unless the rank and file take centre stage with determined strike action.
The movement has reached a critical point, and socialists' role in the debates around the European Social Forum will be key.
Capitalism as economic democracy? Paul Foot has heard it all before.
Reasons to protest as Bush visits the UK later this month.
A Palestinian statelet dwarfed by Israel is neither just nor viable.
Deregulation is the root of the recent spate of power failures.
The recent decision by MSN, the huge Microsoft-owned internet provider, to stop access to its online chat rooms, made front page news across the globe.
Attempts to 'reclaim' Labour have always disappointed.
Mike Davis uncovers the racist demagoguery at work in Arnie's campaign.
Márquez's magical world offers hope for the real one.
There's more to the US than Bush and McCarthy.
No more than a month ago I sat with a friend drinking coffee at the Hillel Cafe in Jerusalem. Today it is a shattered edifice, with bloodstains on the floor.
I thank Sarah Ensor for her review of Parecon: Life After Capitalism (September SR).
The Stop the War Coalition is at a historical juncture and decisions made now will not only affect the development of our movement but could open up extremely exciting opportunities for the left...
The decision to send more British troops, and call up more reservists, to Iraq marks a significant deepening of the crisis generated by the occupation ('Blood, oil and lies', October SR)....
Mubin Haq's review of Max Shachtman's Race and Revolution (June SR), recently released by Verso, is well informed and perceptive.
The most striking thing about the Scottish Nationalist Pary (SNP) conference was how disconnected it seemed from what is going on in the world.
I enjoyed Sarah Ensor's review of the books about the Roman Empire (October SR) as it is said that those who do not learn from the mistakes of history are doomed to repeat them.
Review of 'All the Shah's Men' by Stephen Kinzer, John Wiley & Sons £17.50
Review of 'London Calling' by Sukhdev Sandhu, Harper Collins £20
Review of 'A Century of State Murder?' by Michael Haynes and Rumy Husan, Pluto £15.99
Review of 'The Myth of 1648' by Benno Teschke, Verso £25
Review of 'Chimes of Freedom' by Mike Marqusee, The New Press £14.95
Review of 'The Fountain at the Centre of the World' by Robert Newman, Verso £10.99
Review of 'The First Darwinian Left' by David Stack, New Clarion Press £12.95
Review of 'Kill Bill: Vol 1', director Quentin Tarantino
Review of 'Time of the Wolf', director Michael Haneke
Review of 'Noi the Albino', director Dagur Kari
Review of 'Tales from the Vienna Woods' by Odön von Horváth, National Theatre, London
Review of 'Sergeant Musgrave's Dance' by John Arden, Touring
Review of 'Below Stairs', National Portrait Gallery, London