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Class struggle or national war?

04 May 2017

Moshé Machover replies to Tony Greenstein

Turning the other cheek

04 May 2017

Demoralisation or fightback? That is the main question after June 8, writes Eddie Ford

No concessions

04 May 2017

The French left must overcome its panic and maintain its opposition to the dysfunctional capitalist establishment, argues Paul Demarty

Not back to normal

27 Apr 2017

The centre-right and the centre-left suffered defeat, but the markets are no longer in a panic. Yassamine Mather looks at the French ... and the Iranian presidential elections

Cohering the Labour left

27 Apr 2017

Carla Roberts of Labour Party Marxists reports on the first meeting of the Grassroots Momentum steering committee on April 22 in London

Failed recipes

27 Apr 2017

We must relearn the art of thinking strategically. Jack Conrad joins the debate on Israel-Palestine

Crush the saboteurs

27 Apr 2017

Eddie Ford says that after June 8 Jeremy Corbyn must stay on to fight the right, not fall on his sword

‘No’ - it’s not over yet!

20 Apr 2017

The AKP government is in crisis following the rigged referendum. Esen Uslu reports

You still can’t say it

20 Apr 2017

Chris Gray reviews: Ken Livingstone, 'You can’t say that: memoirs', Faber, 2011,pp710, £9.99

No self-determination

20 Apr 2017

The overthrow of Zionism is incompatible with a Hebrew nation, argues Tony Greenstein, in this reply to Moshé Machover

Plans for blue murder

20 Apr 2017

Eddie Ford is not remotely surprised that Theresa May has called a snap election

Digging our own hole

13 Apr 2017

The left itself must take some responsibility for the Ken Livingstone debacle, argues Paul Demarty

Split in the offing

06 Apr 2017

Following the cabinet reshuffle, Peter Manson looks at the rival factions within the ANC

Man, movement and state

06 Apr 2017

The transformation of Martin McGuinness from freedom fighter to ‘man of peace’ cannot be put down to individual failings, writes James Harvey

Diversionary dead end

06 Apr 2017

The Socialist Party’s decision to stand candidates in May is delusional, argues Paul Demarty