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Imperialism & War

Grounds for optimism

03 Feb 2011

Israeli socialist Moshé Machover talks to Mark Fischer about the implications of the uprising in Egypt for the whole region

A farrago of illusions

14 Apr 2022

Social-Putinism and social-imperialism are not our only problem, argues Jack Conrad. There is the curse of social‑pacifism and centrism too

SUPPLEMENT: Imperialism and the state (Part III)

07 Apr 2022

Capitalism produces huge wealth and huge inequalities, both of which play a role in recurring crises

Resistance to war fever

07 Apr 2022

Amidst the suffocating establishment consensus, Toby Abse welcomes the relatively principled position taken by much of the Italian left

The war party

07 Apr 2022

With the Republican right still preaching isolationism, it is the Democrats who are now gung-ho for wars and military adventures, writes Daniel Lazare

Alex’s greater friend

07 Apr 2022

The SWP is clearly motivated by opportunist considerations, not least the fall-out from the Martin Smith rape scandal. We do not owe politeness to renegades, argues Paul Demarty

End of phase one

31 Mar 2022

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

What hath Zbig wrought?

31 Mar 2022

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

Peace-loving liberals for war

31 Mar 2022

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

Continuing escalation

31 Mar 2022

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

SUPPLEMENT: Imperialism and the state (Part II)

24 Mar 2022

The capitalist state is a form of joint-stock operation. It is, in origin, a joint venture of the bourgeois revolutionaries

Taking a principled position

24 Mar 2022

Yassamine Mather takes to task the left in the Middle East and north Africa over Nato and Russia’s invasion

Putin to the rescue

24 Mar 2022

Ukraine has saved Boris Johnson’s bacon and he knows it, writes Eddie Ford

Key issue is not Russia

24 Mar 2022

Left must oppose the invasion of Ukraine, insists Tony Greenstein, but who bears ultimate responsibility for the carnage?

Nazis? What Nazis?

24 Mar 2022

One thing is clearly missing from the media coverage of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, argues Daniel Lazare

A tale of two wars

24 Mar 2022

As the western powers furiously denounce Russian aggression, they continue to aid and abet the Saudi war in Yemen, writes Paul Demarty

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