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Foundations in sand

18 Jan 2018

Is poststructuralism purely a reaction to Stalinism? Paul Demarty responds to Rex Dunn

Is Trumpism the future?

18 Jan 2018

Yes, the US president is widely derided, writes Mike Macnair, but does he represent an alternative to the neoliberal ‘equalities’ agenda?

Understanding poststructuralism

11 Jan 2018

We need to debate the development of diverse ideas and movements in their historical context, both before and after 1968. Only then can Marxism recover and move forward, argues Rex Dunn

A farewell to empire

21 Dec 2017

The Fox-Disney merger marks a strategic retreat for Rupert Murdoch, argues William Kane

Supplement: After king Jesus

21 Dec 2017

It was Paul who founded Christianity, a religion that in many ways upholds doctrines which are the exact opposite of the real teachings of Jesus. Jack Conrad sifts through the evidence

Back from the cliff edge

14 Dec 2017

The last-minute deal between British and European negotiators has averted disaster for now - but settles very little, argues Paul Demarty

Anti-Semites not welcome

14 Dec 2017

Tony Greenstein explains why Socialist Fight must be excluded from Labour Against the Witchhunt

Cryptocurrency craze

14 Dec 2017

Does bitcoin open the way to a world free from the control of global authorities? No chance, argues Michael Roberts

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

Negotiations end in chaos

07 Dec 2017

Even if Theresa May manages to strong-arm Brexit negotiations to their next phase, there is a long way to go. Paul Demarty asks if she has the staying power

Farcical and malicious

07 Dec 2017

The December 2 Labour Against the Witchhunt meeting included an important contribution by black activist Marc Wadsworth. Alan Fox reports

Descent into farce

30 Nov 2017

Yassamine Mather reports on crown prince Salman’s latest attempts to stoke up conflict

Zionism and holocaust abuse

30 Nov 2017

It is completely legitimate to draw comparisons with the Nazis, insists Tony Greenstein

Soviet Russia and women’s emancipation

30 Nov 2017

Just how much progress was made in the fight for equality? Anne McShane focuses in particular on central Asia

Historical inaccuracies and theoretical overkill

30 Nov 2017

Identity politics are prone to fragmentation, only the working class project of universal liberation can unite the oppressed, argues Mike Macnair