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An anti-militarist’s moral dilemmas

08 Dec 2016

Despite being employed by an institution responsible for advanced weapons research, writes Chris Knight, Noam Chomsky had a political conscience that refused to lie down

Gestures at top, gestures at bottom

08 Dec 2016

Donald Trump is lurching between conciliation and wild provocations, writes Paul Demarty

An icon, but not a model

01 Dec 2016

Revolutionary, dictator - or both? Paul Demarty remembers Fidel Castro

Revenge of white working class

01 Dec 2016

Trump’s victory shows that the establishment has lost control over the election process. Jim Creegan draws up a balance sheet of the class forces

Economics of the madhouse

01 Dec 2016

Despite the construction boom, things are not boding well for Erdoğan, writes Esen Uslu

New era taking shape

24 Nov 2016

Donald Trump’s early cabinet nominations are in line with his conspiratorial rightism. Paul Demarty assesses the reaction

Iran deal dead and buried

24 Nov 2016

How will the Trump presidency impact on the Middle East? Yassamine Mather looks at the possibilities

A welcome for Trump and Bannon

24 Nov 2016

Anti-Semitism has never been a problem for Zionism, observes Tony Greenstein

Different next time

17 Nov 2016

Donald Trump’s victory is a blow for the nationalist right - but hardly an irreversible one, argues Paul Demarty

Crisis of establishment

17 Nov 2016

All you can say with certainty about the Donald Trump presidency, writes Eddie Ford, is ‘Expect the unexpected’

Silence is as good as compliance

17 Nov 2016

Iain McNicol has banned discussion of Zionism, anti-Semitism and the internal witch-hunt, reports Tony Greenstein

A richly deserved defeat

10 Nov 2016

Trump’s victory is an indictment of shallow American liberalism, and it is time for the left to detach itself from it, argues Paul Demarty

Danger at home and abroad

10 Nov 2016

War could be the AKP’s last card, writes Esen Uslu

No democratic advert

10 Nov 2016

Trump’s victory could destabilise the established world order. However, there are mixed reactions to the new administration, says Yassamine Mather

Sow the wind, reap the windbag

03 Nov 2016

Donald Trump is a symptom of the sickness of American politics - but the likes of Hillary Clinton are the cause, argues Paul Demarty