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Colonialism and the natives

17 Dec 2015

Moshé Machover begins an examination of the Israel-Palestine conflict by looking back at controversies in the Second International

No more apologies

24 Sep 2015

John McDonnell has made an unprincipled retreat, writes Anne McShane

Lies and smears

17 Sep 2015

Who is the ‘extremist’? asks Amir Parviz Pouyan

Meaningless noise

12 Mar 2015

Workers Power has made a strange new ally. Daniel Harvey reports

Exploitation and illusions about 'anti-imperialism'

22 May 2014

Mike Macnair completes his reply to Ian Donovan

Anti-imperialist illusions

20 Mar 2014

What does the class-political independence of the proletariat mean in practice? Mike Macnair replies to Ian Donovan’s allegations of ‘third campism’

Changed and unchanged

30 Jan 2014

What do the negotiations with Iran tell us about US policy? This is an edited version of a talk given by Mike Macnair to the January 25 Hands Off the People of Iran day school

The shame of imperialism

09 Jan 2014

As shown by Michael Gove’s stupid remarks, the bourgeoisie cannot admit its responsibility for the carnage of 1914-18. In this two-part article Chris Gray examines the origins of the ‘war to end all wars’

Rethinking imperialism

03 Oct 2013

Was Lenin right when he called imperialism the ‘highest stage of capitalism’? Mike Macnair believes he was very wrong

STWC: Main enemy is at home

19 Sep 2013

Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists reports on the September 14 Stop the War Coalition AGM

Gilbert Achcar: Enough ‘humanitarian’ exceptions

05 Sep 2013

Imperialist military intervention is always designed to advance imperialist interests. Yassamine Mather responds to the excuses of Gilbert Achcar

Progressive sentiments amidst reactionary illusions

25 Jul 2013

Gilbert Achcar has strongly objected to being described as a ‘social-imperialist’ in the Weekly Worker. So what is the truth about him? Yassamine Mather investigates

Snowden and the state: David and Goliath in high tech

11 Jul 2013

People like Edward Snowden may normally function as software in a hard drive, writes Jim Creegan, but for the state they have one drawback: they can think

Militarisation of cyberspace gathers speed

13 Jun 2013

Tensions between China and the US over cyber-security are a reminder of the hidden dangers of the information age, writes Paul Demarty

'Anti-imperialist united front': No inherent connection with the working class

21 Mar 2013

Ten years after the height of the mobilisation against the Iraq war, Mike Macnair calls for an end to the politics of the ‘anti-imperialist united front’