As the SNP docks its promises on taxing supermarkets, this article addresses the political role of big-retail industry in neo-liberal capitalism.
A PCS rep from the Coalition of Resistance campaign writes about the June 30th national strike.
From its very beginnings Marxism has been marked by a debate on relationship between democratic and socialist revolutions, and, accordingly, between democratic and revolutionary demands. The dramatic wave of revolutions which swept the Arab world, beginning in Tunisia at the end of 2010, are clearly democratic revolutions but they take place in societies badly hit […]
As a 48-hour general strike rattles the Greek Government’s new round of austerity plans, James Foley looks at the condition of the Eurozone and the European anti-austerity movement we need.
Strathclyde University students will not stand for savage attacks on their education.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advises travellers to Egypt to avoid ‘dangerous’ protests at all costs. This would seriously limit human interaction in a country where protest has become a way of life. Having visited Cairo, we can conclude that the FCO’s advice is a case of British national self-interest than any concern for safety.
James Foley looks at how the Arab Spring has challenged American hegemony and fostered a new international consciousness.
Jonathon Shafi writes about the five main reasons why a Coalition of Resistance is necessary for the Left in Britain, and ultimately for everyone.
The massive protests surrounding Parliament in Athens has forced the Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou to call for a government of national unity. Panagiotis Sotiriis looks at the development of the anti-austerity movement in Greece.