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Quotas harm the cause

27 Feb 2014

The left should not succumb to neoliberalism’s phoney version of equality, argues Yassamine Mather

Four days to go

28 May 2020

The old and the new

28 May 2020

A sharp decline in newspaper print circulation raises questions about the power of the media, argues William Kane

Labour Party debate

28 May 2020

Beijing’s poisoned chalice

28 May 2020

Hong Kong’s prosperity has precious little to do with democracy, writes Eddie Ford

It’s not just Trump

28 May 2020

What are the prospects for China in the post-pandemic 2020s? Michael Roberts examines the factors behind a changing imperialist strategy

Power, not office

28 May 2020

With the main parties still jockeying for position, James Harvey looks at the ongoing calls for a ‘left government’ with Sinn Féin

The Biden disaster

28 May 2020

Daniel Lazare recalls the consistently reactionary politics of the Democratic presidential candidate

Run, run, run away

28 May 2020

Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists fears that technical reasons are being used to hide rotten politics

Ambitious

21 May 2020

Rise of the Covidiots

21 May 2020

How can pandemic-sceptics deny the reality in front of their eyes? Paul Demarty investigates

Call for affiliation

21 May 2020

The importance of being programmed (part 3)

21 May 2020

When it comes to political principles, writes Jack Conrad, broad is bad, mass is good

Old radicals, new liberals

21 May 2020

The refusal of Democratic Socialists of America to back Joe Biden is more than welcome, argues Jim Creegan

Fanning the flames

21 May 2020

Donald Trump is using Covid-19 to ratchet up the new cold war against China, writes Eddie Ford

Corona days and clipped wings

21 May 2020

Esen Uslu looks at the regime’s failures at home and adventures abroad

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