The killing that sparked the 2011 summer riots has exposed the reality of policing of black, Asian and working class communities. Brian Richardson looks at the inquest and its aftermath.
Mirfat Sulaiman reports from south Yemen on how the growing movement for independence from the north has been fuelled by the dashed hopes of the 2011 popular revolution.
What explains sectarian divisions such as the Shia-Sunni divide in the Middle East?
Lebanese socialist Bassem Chit rejects claims that sectarianism is a "pre-modern" force and argues it is...
The claim of national unity during the First World War is a myth. The reality, argues Chris Fuller, was huge levels of repression by the British ruling class and a largely untold history of...
Kyung-nok Chun reports on how a strike by rail workers shook the country's rightwing president and altered the political landscape.
Ken Olende demolishes the new arguments put forward by liberal commentators about the "dangers" of immigration, and the intellectual cover they give to right wing ideas over race.
This month marks the 450th anniversary of the birth of the playwright Christopher Marlowe. Gareth Jenkins celebrates his life and work.
Schools OUT was founded 40 years ago to campaign on lesbian, gay and bisexual issues in education. Sue Caldwell spoke to Tony Fenwick, a co-founder, about the fight against homophobia and...
Right up until July 1914 anti-war activity was rife across Europe, led by the socialist parties of the Second International. In the face of growing nationalism Rosa Luxemburg and the Social...
Jeremy Seabrook, Hurst, £20.00
Geoffrey Robertson, Biteback Publishing, £12.99
Greg Philo, Emma Briant and Pauline Donald, Pluto Press, £15.00
Edited by Pauline Bryan and Tommy Kane, Red Paper Collective, £7.99
Daniel Bensaid, Verso, 25.00
Stuart Baker, Thames & Hudson, £30.00
Directed by Jehane Noujaim, available now on Netflix
Free Angela (Larry Saunders); The World Needs Changing (Ace Records); Liberation Music (Flying Dutchman Records)
A band leader reveals how musicians are exploited and kept down by capitalism and the celebrity system.
Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, until 23 March
Gallery for Russian Art and Design (GRAD), London, until 29 March