Following a near 25% fall in earnings for the self-employed between 2008 and 2012, Chris Bambery considers the increasing propensity of precarious work and its implications for organisation.
As the battlefields of World War I fell silent, there was ushered in an era of recession, revolution, fascism and yet more war. In the concluding part of his series on the Great War, Chris Bambery examines the bitter consequences of the conflict.
James Meadway reviews 'Yes: The Radical Case For Scottish Independence' by James Foley & Pete Ramand and argues that the independence referendum has the potential to transform politics, both North and South of the border.
Brian Christopher argues that the latest atrocities being perpetrated in Gaza demand an international response on the streets.
Chris Bambery examines the balance of power and state of liberalism in the run up to the First World War.
Russian Marxist Boris Kagarlitsky examines the motivations behind Russian and Ukrainian responses to the current crisis.
Nicky Patterson movingly draws on his personal experience of mental health problems to deliver a powerful call for a Yes vote in the referendum that can help us move beyond the stultifying alienation inherent under contemporary neo-liberal capitalism.
Chris Bambery examines some of the leftist reasons for Scottish Independence.
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, Kezia Kinder spoke to former SSP MSP Colin Fox.
Gareth Beynon looks at the last significant armed uprising to take place on the British mainland.