Chris Walsh reviews Carlos Nelson Coutinho's Gramsci's Political Thought, part of the Historical Materialism book series.
Jade McCarroll begins A-Z of Marxist concepts by looking at Karl Marx's critique of human experience under capitalism: alienaton.
Chris Bambery gives a brief introduction to the life and work of Walter Benjamin.
Jenny Morrison provides an in-depth review of a recent publication in the Historical Materialism book series, Heather A. Brown's Marx on Gender and the Family.
Mhairi Mcalpine reviews a radical Greek theatre production of a global post-capitalist utopia. She argues that at a time when Athenians are battling for everyday survival, it's important to have inspiration for revolutionary change.
Leading member of Québec solidaire, Benoit Renaud, gives a blow by blow account of the most successful student movement in history.
In the first instalment of a new series on the fundamentals of Marxism, David Jamieson provides an introduction to the Marxist method.
Chris Walsh argues that the Left today cannot be duped by a feign nostalgia for 'Old Labour'. He analyses the Attlee and Callaghan Labour governments to show that the Labour Party has always been willing to acquiesce with global capitalism.
Argyll Duffy saw the 'Glasgow Girls' at Citizen's theatre in November. She argues that the story provides fantastic inspiration for everyone who is anti-racist and pro-asylum rights in Scotland.
Video snapshot of the Radical Independence Conference on 24th of November.