Latest articles

Jacques Chirac's Lutte Ouvri�re policemen

08 Jan 2004

'Marxists' front for the oppressors of Muslims, writes Peter Manson

Thirteen questions

08 Jan 2004

Zoà Simon reviews: Catherine Hardwicke (director), Thirteen general release

Power to change the real world

18 Dec 2003

Jem Jones looks at sci-fi and fantasy

Political small beer

18 Dec 2003

Around the web: Campaign for Real Ale

Headscarves and the secularism of fools

18 Dec 2003

Under the guise of defending secularism in education, the French establishment is launching a cynical attack on muslims, young muslim women in particular, which, not accidentally, also strikes at the basic freedom of all.

Bible myths and modern Israel

18 Dec 2003

Jack Conrad looks at archaeological wars and bible myths

Radical christianity and social resistance

18 Dec 2003

The CPGB's Communist University 2003 was addressed by Ray Gaston, vicar of All Hallows church, Leeds, and a member of the Socialist Alliance. This is an edited version of his speech

Selective hearing

11 Dec 2003

Around the web: Labour Party

Women's rights, political islam and secularism

04 Dec 2003

Radical Iranian writer Chahla Chafiq shared a platform with Salma Yaqoob at last month's European Social Forum. The two sharply disagreed over the role of islam in politics. Afterwards she spoke to Peter Manson

Fire and brimstone

04 Dec 2003

Around the web with Phil Hamilton: Democratic Unionist Party

Occupation in focus

27 Nov 2003

Around the web: Worker-communist Party of Iraq

Stitch-up and Blair's crisis

27 Nov 2003

The trial: how New Labour purged George Galloway Bookmarks pamphlet 2003, pp60, £1

Finding common political ground

27 Nov 2003

Tina Becker spoke to Salma Yaqoob at the European Social Forum in Paris

Combating religious hatred and chauvinism

20 Nov 2003

On Saturday November 8, Awaaz South Asia Watch held its first conference in Camden Town Hall. This activist organisation was set up in the wake of last year’s Gujarat state-inspired pogroms against muslims in western India.

Resource for the movement

20 Nov 2003

The awkward birth of the Marxist Internet Archive has, fortunately, coincided with a drying up of print editions of the classics, here is how it started and what it plans for the future