WW archive > Issue 1285 - 07 February 2020
The Huawei panic and US decline
A dispute over the building of the UK’s 5G network exposes the ambiguous role of military competition in capitalist progress, argues Paul Demarty.
Capitalist Lexit; UC must go; Cuts kill
On target for disaster
James Linney looks at the ever growing waiting times.
Stronger than ever
While it is good that Trump was acquitted, writes Daniel Lazare, the slide into authoritarianism is now set to continue.
James Marshall discusses the clear choice facing the Sheffield conference of the Labour left.
Chris Gray considers the fabulous wealth, conquests and dreams of Cecil Rhodes.
Salvini, Israel and anti-Semitism
In Italy IHRA-style propaganda is linked to anti-migrant racism, writes Toby Abse.
Here we go again
Red lines, cliff edges, friction, no deal, hard Brexit … Eddie Ford gets a sense of déjà vu.