Will France be next?

As the ruling circles take in the election of a right-populist US president, Paul Demarty looks at the rightwing threat within Europe

The history of the United States of America is more linked to that of France than any other country apart from England.

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CLPD regrets?; Misbehavin'; Labour cuts; Bad omens; Don't go soft; Article 50; Upheaval; Felicia's fight; Fancy that; Art and truth

Epic confrontation brewing

Liberal opinion is in open revolt against the new president, writes Eddie Ford

In the hands of the courts

The judiciary is playing a significant role in shaping Italian politics, reports Toby Abse

Reclaim the heritage

Rex Dunn concludes his exploration of Marx’s concept of the human

Coming full circle

Under Donald Trump the Iranian people are facing intensified sanctions and a real threat of war, writes Yassamine Mather

1917: the view from the streets

Leaflets of the Russian Revolution, No. 3

Against Trump, for what?

The February 4 demonstration pulled in many people new to politics, reports Peter Manson

Chipping in

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