In the run-up to the International Peace Conference, Socialist Review spoke to Iraqi and US activists about the occupation, the resistance and the international movement. John Rees...
CRE chair Trevor Phillips's recent talk of self-segregating communities is dangerous and false.
Jane Coles explodes the myths behind the government's rhetoric about 'diversity' and 'parental choice' in schools.
The great influenza of 1918 had social roots.
Theatre critic Mark Brown welcomes an unexpected Nobel Prize laureate.
LA film critic Ed Rampell argues that the movement is generating a new wave of progressive cinema.
The idea of "community" can be dangerous.
Climate change may act more suddenly than we have expected till now.
Nadine Finch looks at New Labour's latest 'anti-terror' laws.
Free downloads benefit artists and the public.
Simon Dowdeswell (Letters, October SR) calls for a proper debate on nuclear power.
Simon Dowdeswell (Letters, October SR) notes that a recent government committee report into the effects of...
I thought Barry Goldson's article was very good ('Bullying the New Labour Way', October SR). It was a searing...
Rebecca Pitt's review of the new biography of Simone de Beauvoir by Lisa Appignanasi in the September issue of ...
Chris Harman enjoys Marx and Engels' last writings.
Review of 'Demo', Alison Miller, Hamish Hamilton £12.99
Review of 'Insurgent Iraq', Loretta Napoleoni, Constable and Robinson £7.99
Review of 'Rough Music', Tariq Ali, Verso £5.99
Review of 'Manufacturing Discontent', Michael Perelman, Pluto Press £15.99
Review of 'On the Wrong Line', Christian Wolmar, Aurum Press £10.99
Review of 'Old Labour to New', Greg Rosen, Politico's £30
Review of 'Accelerando', Charles Stross, Orbit £16.99
Review of 'Dilemmas of Domination', Walden Bello, Zed Books £12.99 and 'Taming American Power', Stephen M Walt, W W Norton & Co £17.99
Review of 'Planet Simpson', Chris Turner, Ebury Press £7.99
Review of 'The Constant Gardener', director Fernando Meirelles
Review of 'Everything is Illuminated', director Liev Screiber
Review of 'The Proposition', director John Hillcoat
Mainstream films continue to address political issues.
Review of 'Hearts and Minds', director Peter Davis
David Edgar's drama Playing with Fire was attacked by critics. In this counterblast, theatre producer Michael Kustow argues Edgar is the Dickens of our stage.
Review of 'Chicken Soup with Barley' by Arnold Wesker, Tricycle Theatre
Peter Segal welcomes new releases from old masters.
Review of 'You Could Have It So Much Better' by Franz Ferdinand