The hypocrisy of George Bush and Tony Blair's denunciations of terrorism is stunning.
Education minister Charles Clarke was forced to begin a climbdown over top-up fees within days of the Queen's Speech that announced their...
Britain involved in Guantanamo detentions? - US troops demoralised? - Military decorations
Contrary to Bush and Blair's familiar response to any attack on US or British forces as the work of 'Saddam loyalists' or 'foreign terrorists', it...
On 25 October, Russian state security agents stormed a private plane and arrested at gunpoint the dapper 40 year old Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Russia'...
In scenes not seen in the former Soviet states for a decade, tens of thousands of people poured onto the streets to topple a corrupt regime.
For the third time in just over a year, Serbia's presidential elections were declared null and void last month because of a disastrously low voter...
The victorious postal strike has put unofficial action back on the agenda, writes Martin Smith. Postal workers describe their success.
Attacks on refugees and Islamophobia are one side of the changing face of racism, but there is also a groundswell of anti-racist sentiment.
Poet Michael Rosen slams New Labour's education agenda.
Paul Foot puts the case for a unity coalition of the left, while Socialist Alliance councillor Michael Lavalette explains how he has forged a campaign in Preston.
Socialists can learn from how the Bolsheviks approached the Muslims of the Russian empire.
The ESF focused activists' attention on building for another world.
Joint Deutscher Prize winner Neil Davidson looks at the debate provoked by his book.
To celebrate the holiday season, some of our contributors recommend their top reads of the last year.
As the number of Iraqi casualties increases on an almost daily basis, mainstream news coverage on the web seems to be restricted to fairly simplistic reports, barely covering the real events of...
Tales of call centre jobs disappearing to India are not the whole story.
Mike Davis tells the story of a US army responsible for sickening war crimes in Vietnam.
The demands of the movement require organisation.
The vocabulary of anti-capitalism is more than a passing fad.
Can Howard be a man of the centre? Pat Stack doubts it.
There were so many positive features in Mark Holt's contribution (Letters, November SR) that it is worth stressing a few.
I generally admire everything that Mike Davis writes, but his analysis of the recent California recall election (November SR) is way off the mark.
Review of 'Bush in Babylon', Tariq Ali, Verso £13 and 'The New Mandarins of American Power', Alex Callinicos, Polity £12.99
Review of 'Revolution and Counter-Revolution in England, Ireland and Scotland 1658-60', Brian Manning, Bookmarks £8.99
Review of 'Dude, Where's My Country?', Michael Moore, Allen Lane £17.99
Review of 'Behind the Scenes at the WTO', Fatoumata Jawara and Aileen Kwa, Zed Books £12.99
Review of 'The New Great Game', Lutz Kleveman, Atlantic £16.99
Review of 'The Return of the White Plague', Editors Matthew Gandy and
Alimuddin Zumla, Verso £25
Review of 'Goya', Robert Hughes, Harvill £20
Review of 'Solid Foundations', David Katz, Bloomsbury £16.99
Review of the 1968 season, National Film Theatre, London
Review of 'Matrix Revolutions', directors Larry and Andy Wachowski
Review of 'A Short Film about Killing' and 'A Short Film about Love', director Krzysztof Kieslowski
Review of 'Loyal Women' by Gary Mitchell, Royal Court, London
Review of 'Happy Days' by Samuel Beckett, Arts Theatre, London
Review of 'A World at War', Millinery Works Gallery, London
Review of 'Reds', The People's History Museum, Salford