Gareth Beynon reviews Sophie Wahnich's 'In Defence of the Terror' during the French revolution. Gareth argues Wahnich's work is a useful antidote to the liberal misinterpretations which refuse to put the terror in its proper context.
The Green Brigade - a radical section of Celtic supporters - have issued a statement about the police harassment they've suffered for years. John Bennett provides the context for their statement.
Tricia O'Conner discusses the revelations about Jimmy Savile's widespread child abuse and what it tells us about our institutions and celebrity power in Britain.
Gareth Beynon offers his thoughts on Paul Corthorn's 'In the Shadow of the Dictators'.
Chris Bambery looks at how hostility to the politics of austerity is strengthening the movements for independence or regional autonomy in Galicia and Euskadi.
SNP support Nato on Friday, Miliband booed at trade-union demo on Saturday - isn't it time for a break from the mainstream political parties in Scotland? Ben Wray makes the case for looking to Syriza in Greece as an inspiration.
Chris Bambery provides statistics that show that the people of Europe are sick of neoliberalism and increasingly losing faith in the EU's ability to deal with the crisis.
The Greek fascists Golden Dawn now command 12% in the polls and are growing in strength on the streets. Jade McCarroll puts their rise into historical context and analyses the role of women in their movement and ideology.
Once again, Venezuela voted for the representative of a popular mass movement – and against a cold-blooded elite, writes Tony McKenna