Political paralysis, a big fall in the value of the euro and talk of a policy vacuum showed that Europe's bosses suffered a serious setback...
One of the great myths of the occupation of Iraq is that, despite the problems in the rest of the country, the situation in the south around Basra...
Exclusive to Socialist Review, we print extracts from award-winning journalist Robert Fisk's forthcoming book The Great War for Civilisation
'Riverbend', the Baghdad blogger, describes the worsening conditions in Iraq as the occupation continues.
Recent disputes have shown a growing confidence and militancy among workers, argues Moira Nolan.
Author Barry Goldson examines the criminalisation of young people under Tony Blair.
Richard Bradbury recalls the life and work of the black poet Claude McKay.
Ian Birchall celebrates 300 issues of Socialist Review.
Sarah Ensor examines the reasons for the spread of Aids in Africa.
Mike Davis finds that every aspect of the response to Hurricane Katrina disaster was shaped by race and class.
The rise of the new left in Europe opens up new opportunities for revolutionaries.
Communication via the internet could one day replace that by the phone.
The left should not be surprised at Mahmoud Ahmadinedjad's election in Iran.
In his article 'The Bolivian Uprising' (July/August SR), Chris Harman explained the escalation and...
The Walrus's article on the Gate Gourmet dispute at Heathrow (September SR) highlights the brutally...
Nowhere in the COMRE report that Andy Stone referenced in his article on nuclear power (July/August SR), or...
The 1905 Russian uprising inspires Megan Trudell.
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Progressive Hollywood - Lords of War - Sophie Scholl
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Review of 'Who Killed Mr Drum?' by Fraser Grace and Sylvester Stein, Riverside Studios, London
Preview of Edvard Munch by Himself, Royal Academy of Arts, London