WW archive > Issue 1389 - 31 March 2022

End of phase one

As shown by the talks in Istanbul, Vladimir Putin has already lost what could still be a horrible, grizzly, prolonged war. Jack Conrad gives his assessment


No support; Pro-Nato left; Defend Russia; Royal progress

Continuing escalation

Despite the Ukraine war and a pending nuclear deal, Iran is still firmly in Israel’s sights, reports Yassamine Mather

Peace-loving liberals for war

The rhetoric of the anti-war movement has been coopted by the war party in the west, argues Paul Demarty

What hath Zbig wrought?

Zbigniew Brzezinski’s grand strategy is alive and well under Biden, writes Daniel Lazare

Squeezing the poor

The chancellor’s spring statement means increasing numbers will have to choose between eating or heating, writes Eddie Ford

Next step forward

While the Socialist Party has imploded, new alternatives are emerging. Andries Stroper of the SP’s Communist Platform reports on the recent local elections

Stay, fight, win

What is going on in the Democratic Socialists of America? Charlie Frank explains the conflict over BDS which is dividing left and right

Piracy on the high seas

There is a danger of the P&O dispute being railroaded along nationalistic lines. James Harvey looks at the sacking of 800 workers and the government’s response

Over the line!

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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