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Referendum has nothing to offer

Twenty years on

19 Apr 2018

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

No more ‘Enoch was right’

19 Apr 2018

Attempts to ban BBC’s Rivers of blood programme were totally misplaced, writes Eddie Ford

Defeat is victory

12 Apr 2018

Gerry Adams may take pride in the legacy of Sinn Féin under his leadership, but Kevin Bean wonders how he will ultimately be regarded

The struggle continues

22 Mar 2018

After the surrender of Afrin, Esen Uslu says that the Turkish left and Kurdish movement must unite in opposition to Erdoğan

Triumph of right populism

15 Mar 2018

Election marks the worst ever performance of the post-World War II left, writes Toby Abse

‘Wrong sort’ of privatisation

01 Mar 2018

In the first of two articles, Yassamine Mather examines the development of Iran’s economy since the Islamic revolution

Genesis of ‘new Sinn Féin’

22 Feb 2018

Kevin Bean looks back to the 1980s and 90s and the taming of the republican movement

A man and his movement

15 Feb 2018

Kevin Bean examines the role played by Gerry Adams in Sinn Féin

Being black is their only crime

01 Feb 2018

Thousands of Israelis are attempting to stop the deportation of African refugees, reports Tony Greenstein

At a crossroads

11 Jan 2018

Peter Manson looks at the situation following the election of Cyril Ramaphosa

False history and lip service

14 Dec 2017

Far from aiding the ‘peace process’, writes Yassamine Mather, Trump’s Jerusalem announcement will act as an encouragement to Israeli expansionism

It is a ‘binary choice’

30 Nov 2017

Working class independence and nationalism are two conflicting outlooks, writes Peter Manson

Quoting Nazis to damn ‘the Zionists’

16 Nov 2017

From Solidarity November 8 2017

Both sides of the witch-hunt

16 Nov 2017

It is not anti-Semitic to refer to the mutual praise exchanged between the Nazis and Zionists. Tony Greenstein examines the AWL’s political schizophrenia

Rising to the challenge

16 Nov 2017

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

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