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None of the above

New horrors beckon

13 Jul 2017

What will follow the ‘liberation’ of Mosul? Yassamine Mather is not optimistic

An unsavoury alliance

06 Jul 2017

‘Regime change from above’ cannot be ruled out, writes Yassamine Mather

Macron’s crushing majority

22 Jun 2017

Despite the poor performance of the left René Gimpel expects militant action

Politics of failure

01 Jun 2017

The government’s response to the Manchester bombing is to promise further crackdowns on democratic rights, writes Eddie Ford

The Libyan connection

01 Jun 2017

Those who voted for the bombing in 2011 must share some of the blame for incidents like Manchester, argues Yassamine Mather

Still an imperialist target

26 May 2017

Yassamine Mather analyses the significance of Hassan Rouhani’s re-election

Will Macron have a majority?

25 May 2017

In June there will be a general election in France as well as the UK. René Gimpel looks at the main contenders

The Manchester bombing

25 May 2017

Statement from the PCC of the CPGB

A route out of paralysis

18 May 2017

Is Turkey ‘on the road to fascism’? Such talk is utterly counterproductive, argues Esen Uslu

Dictatorship and ‘democracy’

18 May 2017

Yassamine Mather reports on the final days of the presidential election campaign

The corrupt fight it out

04 May 2017

Yassamine Mather reports on Iran’s election charade

Class struggle or national war?

04 May 2017

Moshé Machover replies to Tony Greenstein

‘No’ - it’s not over yet!

20 Apr 2017

The AKP government is in crisis following the rigged referendum. Esen Uslu reports

Understanding Khalid Masood

30 Mar 2017

We cannot explain atrocities like the Westminster attack through individual psychology, argues Paul Demarty

Predictions amidst uncertainties

16 Mar 2017

Yassamine Mather looks behind the rhetoric of the ‘resistance economy’

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