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James Harvey

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Drowned in blood

James Harvey concludes his thoughts on the 1918-19 German revolution, based on his talk at CU2019.

World revolution had arrived

This article is based on a talk given by James Harvey to Communist University 2019.

Holding all the cards?

Key parts of the DUP’s base in the farming and business sectors are fearful of the impact of a hard border and a hard Brexit on their economic interests, notes James Harvey.

Flies in the ointment

Whither the Brexit Party? James Harvey thinks it has no long-term future.

Brexit and reunification

James Harvey considers the consequences in the Six Counties if the United Kingdom really does leave the EU

From bailout to Brexit

The Dublin government sees its future with mainland Europe, not an insular UK, writes James Harvey

From miracle to hard border?

In the 1990s Ireland was a great success story. Then came the financial crash and now there is the danger of Brexit unleashing economic mayhem. In the first of two articles, James Harvey discusses the changing fortunes of Irish capitalism

Across the sectarian divide

There is more to the border question than meets the eye, says James Harvey

Beyond the border quandary

Brexit is in the interest of neither British nor Irish capital, writes James Harvey

Our bodies, our choice

Whatever the result of the referendum, writes James Harvey, the fight for a woman’s right to choose will go on

Twenty years on

James Harvey recalls the Good Friday agreement and looks to the problems that lie ahead

Labour Against the Witchhunt: Liverpool launch meeting

Members discuss how to fight back

Rising to the challenge

Could the FLA develop into a fully-fledged fascist movement? That depends on the scale of forthcoming crises and the response of the left, argues James Harvey

Much needs to be done

On July 8 a team of comrades from Labour Party Marxists attended the Durham Miners’ Gala. James Harvey recounts some of his impressions of this year’s ‘Big Meeting’

Man, movement and state

The transformation of Martin McGuinness from freedom fighter to ‘man of peace’ cannot be put down to individual failings, writes James Harvey