Tony Blair said he was willing to pay the ’blood price‘ of war in Iraq. He is unlikely to have to do so personally. He is already paying a...
The resort of Cancun seemed the perfect place for the World Trade Organisation (WTO) to hold its talks.
DLR and Arms Fair - New Job for Nick Leeson - Boots Boss Hears Workers' Suggestions
The narrow vote against national strike action by postal workers came as a shock to many of us in the Communication Workers Union.
New Labour‘s descent into the gutter continues apace, with plans to further tighten already draconian anti asylum seeker legislation.
The much-vaunted Middle East ’road map to peace‘ has reached a dead end.
On the opening morning of this year‘s TUC conference at Brighton, a small group of demonstrators shouted slogans at delegates as they entered.
Mike Davis investigates Europe‘s deadly heatwave.
The collapse of the recent WTO summit is a blow against neoliberalism, but the struggle for trade justice goes beyond the issue of subsidies.
Martin Smith explores jazz, racism and resistance through the life of a legend.
Gareth Jenkins analyses Edward Upward‘s contribution to 20th century literature.
Raúl Zibechi spoke to Brazilian socialist Luciana Genro about Lula‘s government.
Pat Stack asks socialist comedian Mark Steel about his new TV series The Mark Steel Lectures
Alex Callinicos, Lindsey German and Bookmarks Publications offer their sincere apologies to Quintin Hoare and Branka Magas in connection with a book entitled The Balkans, Nationalism and...
One of the most common activities on the web is illegal.
Campbell‘s departure is unlikely to halt the repackaging of privatisation.
Our definition of neoliberalism has profound effects on our solutions.
Leapfrogging kids beat David Blaine‘s vigil every time.
Jimmy Greaves was my boyhood hero.
The war on Iraq and its prolonged aftermath are now determining the political agenda.
I was glad to read Paul Embery‘s reply (Letters, September SR) to Martin Wicks‘ claim that various rank and file groups were ’SWP organisations‘.
Thanks for a fine article on the anti-war movement (’Within Political Inches‘, September SR), most of which I agreed with.
The claims about my views, actions and motives made by Lindsey German and Andrew Murray (’Within Political Inches‘, September SR) are wildly inaccurate.
Review of ’A Sunday at the Pool in Kigali‘ by Gil Courtemanche, Canongate £14.99
Review of ’Weapons of Mass Deception‘ by Sheldon Rampton and John Stauber, Robinson £6.99; ’The Iraq War Reader‘ by Micah L Sifry and Christopher Cerf,
Touchstone £12.99; ’Iraq‘ by Dilip...
Review of ’Syria‘ by Alan George, Zed Books £13.95
Review of ’Cold War, Crisis and Conflict‘ by John Callaghan, Lawrence & Wishart £14.99
Review of ’Don‘t Worry, It‘s Safe to Eat‘ by Andrew Rowell, Earthscan £16.99
Review of ’The People as Enemy‘ by John Spritzler, Black Rose Books £17.99
Review of ’The Assassination of Julius Caesar‘ by Michael Parenti, New Press £14.95; and ’Rubicon‘ by Tom Holland, Little Brown £20
Review of ’Enemy Aliens‘ by David Cole, The New Press £16.95
Review of ’Sylvia Pankhurst‘ by Shirley Harrison, Aurum Press £20
Review of ’Ned Kelly‘, director Gregor Jordan
Review of ’Young Adam‘, director David MacKenzie
Review of ’Cypher‘, director Vincenzo Natali
Review of ’Comandante‘, director Oliver Stone
Review of ’The Illustrious Corpse‘ by Tariq Ali, Soho Theatre, London
Review of ’The People Next Door‘ by Henry Adams, Theatre Royal, London
Review of ’Animal‘ by Kay Adshead, Soho Theatre, London
Review of ’The War is Dead, Long Live the War‘ by Patrick Jones, Touring
by Eric Schlosser
In his first play the author of Fast Food Nation powerfully dissects the moment when the US chose the path of empire.