Chris Bambery examines the challenges posed and opportunites presented by contemporary workplace organising
Chris Bambery argues that while neither side wants war in Ukraine, the build up of forces in the region poses a major risk to peace.
Ukraine, as it always has been, is caught between rival imperial powers who will allow no true self-determination, argues Chris Bambery
As frustration with the EU is mobilised by centre-right and far-right forces, Chris Bambery considers whether the left can carve out space for a progressive critique of the union.
Chris Bambery rues the missed opportunities of the German Revolution and looks at its implications for socialist strategy today.
Chris Bambery examines some of the leftist reasons for Scottish Independence.
Chris Bambery examines the events of Grangemouth in the context of austerity and argues that while this is certainly not the best of times, neither is it the worst.
Recent weeks have seen a shrill escalation in attacks on the Muslim community from politicians and press. Chris Bambery monitors the new chorus of Islamophobia and argues the left must be uncompromising in its support for Muslims under attack.
In the first of a new series, Chris Bambery looks back on the heady August days of the German working class in its struggle for power in 1923.