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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

Just as we predicted

10 Dec 2020

It is clear from Biden’s cabinet appointments that he will preside over totally incoherent policies, writes Daniel Lazare

Assassinations should be condemned

03 Dec 2020

Statement from Hands Off the People of Iran

Trump’s big win

03 Dec 2020

Joe Biden himself was a target when it came to the decision to kill Iran’s top nuclear scientist, writes Daniel Lazare

Star Wars posturing

26 Nov 2020

Boris Johnson’s plan to squander billions on the armed forces in order to extend Britain’s ‘global influence’ is fully supported by Starmer’s Labour Party, notes Eddie Ford

Invest one, harvest three

26 Nov 2020

Neo-Ottoman dreams cannot overcome imperialist realities, writes Esen Uslu

Back to the deal?

26 Nov 2020

Yassamine Mather looks at the likely developments with Biden in the White House

End in sight

26 Nov 2020

The wheels have fallen off Trump’s attempt to steal the election. Daniel Lazare grapples with the unwillingness of the GOP to move towards dictatorship and mass repression

Decline and decay

26 Nov 2020

Gridlock domestically, economic stagnation and rebalancing abroad. Mike Macnair assesses the situation following the elections. This article is based on an opening given to the November 15 aggregate of CPGB and Labour Party Marxists members

American crisis mounts

19 Nov 2020

The current fraught situation highlights the huge breakdown that is in the offing, argues Daniel Lazare

New returns to a failed old

12 Nov 2020

Yassamine Mather assesses the likely effects of a Biden presidency on a region that has suffered from repeated US acts of subversion and aggression

Pivot back to Europe

12 Nov 2020

James Harvey asks what a Biden presidency might mean for relations with Boris Johnson’s Britain

Washington wars intensify

12 Nov 2020

Will Trump be able to overrule ‘democracy’? It is far from impossible, writes Daniel Lazare

Pyrrhic victory over populism

12 Nov 2020

However clownish Donald Trump is in defeat, a far-right resurgence is on the cards, reckons Paul Demarty

Long held ambitions

05 Nov 2020

What’s behind the blazing row between Macron and Erdoğan? Esen Uslu explains the strategic overreach

Bidenomics: boom or bust?

05 Nov 2020

What will a Democrat victory mean for the US economy? Michael Roberts sees little room for optimism

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