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Weapon of choice

24 Mar 2016

False accusations are being carefully aimed at Jeremy Corbyn and the left, argues Tony Greenstein

Solidarity, not sectionalism

06 Aug 2015

Paul Demarty looks at the chauvinist backlash against the Calais migrants

The Goldsmiths ideology

28 May 2015

The rightwing press campaign against Bahar Mustafa puts the parlous state of student politics under the spotlight, writes Paul Demarty

Contradictions laid bare

23 Apr 2015

There are two sides to South Africa’s ‘vibrant emerging market economy’. Peter Manson points to the underlying causes of the xenophobia

Victims of capitalism

23 Apr 2015

The needless death of hundreds of refugees puts the left to the test, says Tina Becker

Collaborators and the ANC

19 Mar 2015

Jacob Dlamini Askari Jacana Media (Johannesburg), pp305, R225 (£12.25)

Nationalism and role of Pegida

22 Jan 2015

Tina Becker examines the impact of Germany’s new rightwing force

Methods of social control

08 Jan 2015

In the age of ‘colour-blindness’, what accounts for the targeting of blacks by police? Jim Creegan critiques a recent influential book

The cauldron boils over

18 Dec 2014

Racial repression has provoked mass protest. Jim Creegan responds to the two high-profile killings by the US police

Clarkson: Beyond the pale

22 May 2014

Uproar over Jeremy Clarkson’s use of the ‘n-word’, writes Eddie Ford, demonstrates yet again how the bourgeoisie has appropriated anti-racism

Border controls: Reactionary by nature

04 Apr 2014

The issue of open borders has provoked some controversy in the WW letters page. This motion from the Stuttgart Congress of 1907 is part of the proud history of our movement on this question

IS Network: Self-flagellation and the ‘kinky split’

13 Feb 2014

Charlie Winstanley was recently commissioned by the Anti-Capitalist Initiative to write this article. However, the piece split the editorial group and it was deemed too sensitive to publish

Art: Postmodernism, fetishism and Marxism

06 Feb 2014

Libertarianism is no substitute for a Marxist critique, writes Rex Dunn, as the ‘racist chair’ controversy continues to rage

ISNetwork: Bondage and bigotry

30 Jan 2014

The International Socialist Network has split - over a work of art. Paul Demarty is bemused

Across nations and issues

31 Oct 2013

As Black History Month closes, Mike Belbin argues that black feminist communist Claudia Jones (1915-64) is only too relevant to today