WW archive > Issue 1211 - 12 July 2018

A $1 trillion trade war

Michael Roberts looks at the likely end result of Trump’s new tariffs


Democracy; An education; Red herring; Programme?; Open-minded; Legalise drugs; Apology

Brexit chaos

The cabinet’s ‘unanimously agreed’ acceptance of May’s ‘political coup’ did not last very long, writes Eddie Ford

The degaying of Pride

This year’s Pride parade was embroiled in controversy - a minor miracle, reckons Paul Demarty

Complicity in torture

The details of ‘extraordinary rendition’ are finally out in the open. Yassamine Mather looks at the UK’s responsibility for ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’

Into the swamp

Review of Yuri Slezkine's 'The house of government: a saga of the Russian Revolution'. Princeton University Press, 2017, pp1096, £30

Irrational optimism

Mike Macnair responds to Rex Dunn’s arguments about Trotskyism and May 1968

End the farce

Surely it is time to join the fight to transform the Labour Party, writes Peter Manson


The editor? In a good mood? Keep that cash coming, comrades!

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