WW archiveIssue 1178
09 November 2017
The United States and Saudi Arabia seem to be readying for war against Iran, writes Yassamine Mather
Anyone following recent developments in the Middle East will be aware that the war of words between Iran and Saudi Arabia has entered a new stage that could lead to a perilous situation.
Dogmatism; Policing workers; Free speech; Campaign on; Deselect them; International; No stopping us; Off the fence
Was it possible, asks Marc Mulholland, for a bourgeois revolution to end in socialism?
The SWP has been dragged into the sexual harassment scandal. Paul Demarty revisits the case
Ending the current chronic underfunding would be just the first step in overcoming the NHS mental-healthcare crisis, writes James Linney
Over the course of this centenary year we have featured a range of different authors giving their evaluation of Bolshevism and the role of Lenin. Jack Conrad argues that those who still insist on claiming that there was some kind of programmatic break in April 1917 are, for their own particular reasons, desperate to defend a radically false version of history