WW archive > Issue 1351 - 10 June 2021

Finishing what Blair started?

The project of delabourising Labour has had a new lease of life, argues Paul Demarty


Alternative Forde; Just say no; Empirical; Havana syndrome; Which class?; Opportunity; Apology; Tide turning

Promises, losers and threats

The G7 summit is going to see a reassertion of American hegemony. But, asks Eddie Ford, will this really mean a return of the social democratic consensus?

House built on sand

The only common factor in the aspiring eight-party coalition is an aversion to Binyamin Netanyahu. Tony Greenstein thinks it cannot last long

Seven are the doors to hell

Yassamine Mather reports on the new restrictions, the disqualifications and what passes for debate in the presidential election campaign

Another Venezuela?

Ruling class fears about the new Peruvian president are very likely misplaced, writes Michael Roberts

Coalition in turmoil

Mired in corruption, pursuing costly foreign adventures and a tanking economy, Esen Uslu looks at the shambles

Texas and the F-word

Can fascism be established in the absence of a working class threat? Daniel Lazare believes it is possible

Penny-pinching boosterism

Lots of soundbites, no joined-up thinking. Derek James looks at the poverty of the latest ‘great debate’

Welcome back!

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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