Seán Duffy reviews Slavoj Žižek's docu-film "A Pervert's Guide to Ideology".
The dispute at the Grangemouth oil refinery started with Labour's fight with Unite in Falkirk, while yesterday Ineos announced the closure of part of the refinery. Robin McAlpine argues that the recent events at Grangemouth show just how broken Britain really is.
In the run-up to the Radical Independence Conference 2013, we'll be interviewing figures on the Scottish Left about it's future, Scottish independence, and the real issues facing working class people today. This week, David Jamieson and Cat Boyd spoke to the SSP Councillor Jim Bollan.
Seán Duffy looks at the works and ideology of the "maverick social critic" Ivan Illich, an Austrian Catholic priest, ascetic and philosopher.
In this weeks A-Z of Feminism, Jasmin Maerker examines gender, focusing on the biological and psychological aspects of gender construction. Next week we'll take a look at gender as a social construction through socialisation and cultural norms.
David Jamieson looks at the anti-war agitation which was so important for the German left in the run up to the revolution of 1918-23
Gareth Beynon examines the Women's March on Versailles when a crowd largely made up of women stormed the royal palace, shifting the politics of the French Revolution decisively to the left.
Neil Faulkner looks beyond George Osbourne's empty rhetoric at what's really happening to the global economy through six 'frames' of capitalist crises.
Mhairi McAlpine explains the situation of Golden Dawn - the fascist far-right party in Greece - and the current social and political context following the murder of an anti-fascist Greek rapper and increasing levels of poverty.