Ewan McDonald reviews Paul Mason's new book 'Why it's Kicking Off Everywhere: The New Global Revolutions'.
Noon Arabia argues for the empowerment of Yemeni women in the worst country in the world for gender disparity.
A recent survey has revealed that one third of the Greek population support social change via revolution. Sean Coyle analyses the balance of forces inside Greek society.
The Police are facing a racism scandal after a black man used his mobile phone to record police officers subjecting him to a tirade of abuse in which he was told "the problem with you is you will always be a nigger."
As the Hana Shalabi hunger strike ends in a deal to release and expel her to Gaza, John Bennett looks at the hunger strikes in the wider context of the Palestinian liberation struggle.
Last night George Galloway threw the political establishment into disarray with a historic election victory in Bradford West. Chris Bambery provides analysis.
Phil Neal discusses the politics behind the personality in George Galloway's historic victory.
A general strike rocked Spain today as millions challenged austerity policies being implemented by Prime Minster Mariano Rajoy. Chris Bambery reports.
Violent protests have erupted in Spain against the governments proposed austerity measures.
Update on the campaign in support of Alfie Meadows, a student who is now facing a trial after receiving severe head injuries from a police attack whilst attending an anti-fees protest.