George Bush's re-election ensures that the mass murder in Iraq will continue.
Lindsey German reports from the successful first annual conference of Respect.
The discovery of a new hominid species is a major blow to those trying to reduce human beings to a set of genes. Some 'scientists' were reported...
At least 80 Muslims were massacred by the Thai authorities on 25 October.
The battle for the future of the civil service has begun.
When Nazi nail bomber David Copeland blew up the Admiral Duncan pub in 1999, barman David Morley escaped with minor burns. Last month he was...
Two events in the last week of October threw the contradictory relationship between the Palestinian and Israeli leaderships into sharp relief.
Socialist Worker is on the move. It has been redesigned with a new look and feel aimed at opening the paper to the movement.
Tony Blair has intervened to ensure that British power stations and industries will be given increased allowances to emit carbon dioxide (CO2)...
Nine out of ten cats might prefer Whiskas, but would they swap brands if doing so meant supporting cats less fortunate than themselves? Presumably...
Mike Tomlinson's report on education provision for 14 to 19 year olds in England and Wales is timely.
Baghdad Burning is a weblog written by a 25 year old Iraqi woman living in Baghdad, who uses the pseudonym Riverbend. For over a year she has described her experiences of the occupation.
Bush and Blair's denunciation of Iraqi insurgents as 'criminals' and 'terrorists' recalls the experience of the French Resistance and the Algerian war of independence.
In 1961 Frantz Fanon, a leader of the Algerian National Liberation Front, wrote the inspirational book The Wretched of the Earth. French socialist, philosopher and writer Jean-Paul Sartre...
Palestinian activists speak to Anne Ashford about their strategies to end the current occupation.
Why did Greek Cypriots reject the UN plan to reunite the island? Phaedon Vassiliades of Workers' Democracy looks beyond the accusation of nationalism.
The Treasury's money saving schemes hide the real public finance leaks.
Avian flu could cause an epidemic far more catastrophic than many politicians are prepared to admit.
Why some union leaders have buckled over the occupation of Iraq.
How the FBI have tried to gag Indymedia.
The post-Soviet world is still waiting for the promised freedom and democracy.
Andrew Stone refers to Mark Thatcher's arrest regarding the failed coup in Equatorial Guinea as 'shining a light on a much larger imperial cabal' ('Some Mother's Son',...
I recently floated with comrades in my SWP district the idea of reviving the annual commemoration of the Paris Commune.
I read with interest Andrew Stone's article on Iraqi trade unions (October SR), something that is currently...
Thank you for the Paul Foot tribute - wonderful stuff.
Stephen Philips' review of Tony Scott's new movie Man on Fire was misleading, especially in his comparison with Rambo (...
The Corporation is the latest anti-capitalist blockbuster to hit our screens. Emma Bircham spoke to writer Joel Bakan about the rise of corporate power and his optimism that we can fight it...
John Newsinger marvels at a revolutionary fantasy.
Review of 'Tell Me No Lies', editor John Pilger, Jonathan Cape £20
Review of 'Louise Michel', editor Nic Maclellan, Ocean £9.99
Review of 'Oh, Play That Thing' by Roddy Doyle, Jonathan Cape £16.99
Review of 'Anti-Capitalism: Where Next?', editor Hannah Dee, Bookmarks £6
Review of 'The Shadow Knows', Adrian Mitchell, Bloodaxe £9.95
Review of 'IOU', Noreena Hertz, Fourth Estate £16.99
Review of 'The Myths of Zionism', John Rose, Pluto £14.99
Review of 'Dare to be a Daniel', Tony Benn, Hutchinson £17.99
Children's books - police corruption and racism
Mike Gonzalez speaks to Chilean director Andres Wood.
Review of 'Uncovered: The War on Iraq', director Robert Greenwald
Review of 'The Manchurian Candidate', director Jonathan Demme
Review of 'Birth', director Jonathan Glazer
Radical documentaries - Iraq war on film - London Film Festival highlights
Review of 'Good Morning, Night', director Marco Bellochio
Review of 'Buried Child' by Sam Shepherd, National Theatre, London
Review of 'Don Giovanni' by Wolfgang Mozart, English National Opera
Review of 'Real Gone' by Tom Waits
Review of 'Tékitoi?' by Rachid Taha
Review of 'The Beautiful Struggle' by Talib Kweli
Review of The 2004 Turner Prize, Tate Britain, London