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Referendum has nothing to offer

07 Jun 2012

Neither Scottish independence nor British unionism. Sarah McDonald looks at the launch of the "Yes" campaign

Crisis in permanence

12 May 2022

Sinn Féin is hailing an historic turning point, but, despite that, Irish reunification is still a long way off. Anne McShane and Kevin Bean look at the results

Two impossibilities

12 May 2022

Neither a one-state nor a two-state solution is feasible, argues Moshé Machover. Instead we ought to think outside the Israel-Palestine box and argue for a working class solution

Rival nationalist bigotries

28 Apr 2022

Daniel Lazare investigates the thriving rightwing ideology on both sides of the Russia-Ukraine divide

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?

Get out of Zionist ghetto

24 Feb 2022

Communists say national liberation is a task of the working class. Tony Greenstein takes issue with the left Zionism of Daniel Lazare

Main enemy is at home

17 Feb 2022

When it comes to Ukraine, writes Eddie Ford, what matters is not territorial integrity, but the danger of generalised war in Europe

Heading far-right

17 Feb 2022

In light of recent opinion polls, Toby Abse looks at the increasing danger of a neo-fascist government

Dim end of the wedge

24 Jun 2021

The buffoonery of GB News’s first weeks should not be confused with failure, warns Paul Demarty

Reality of ethnic cleansing

13 May 2021

Tony Greenstein argues that despite its military might the Zionist state is losing the propaganda war

Stench of Zionist colonisation

13 May 2021

What is going on in Jerusalem? Why the provocations? Moshé Machover looks behind the latest flare-up of violence

Sorry results of tailism

13 May 2021

Narrow nationalism of all varieties distorts, twists and inverts class politics. Paul Demarty provides a preliminary post-mortem on the May 6 results

No reliance on Good Friday

29 Apr 2021

As shown by the resignation of Arlene Foster, unionism is in profound crisis. But can the left take the lead and build working class unity? Anne McShane reports on the Conference for an Alternative United Ireland

Nationalist dreams and nightmares

08 Apr 2021

Mike Macnair reviews 'Workers and nationalism: Czech and German Social Democracy in Habsburg Austria, 1890-1918' by JS Beneš and 'The Fiume crisis: life in the wake of the Habsburg empire' by DK Reill

Separation showdown looms

25 Mar 2021

With Nicola Sturgeon in the clear, a battle between Holyrood and Westminster over Scottish independence is very much on the cards, argues Paul Demarty

Unionist wishful thinking

04 Mar 2021

The Salmond-Sturgeon rift has given hope to anti-independence forces, writes Paul Demarty. But the national question is not so easily dealt with

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