In response to a recent article by leading Marxist theorist Alex Callinicos, 'Is Leninism Finished?', Chris Walsh, drawing on recent scholarship on the question, argues that Leninism continues to be as relevant as ever today but that it must be about more than just organisational practice.
Mahmoud Mahdy analyses the changing balance of forces in Egypt today and the changed role of the Muslim Brotherhood in society. Mahmoud argues here that the two year anniversary of the start of the Revolution has provided a new spark to the revolutionary process and provides the context to the continued clashes across the country.
On the eve of the final round of voting in the Czech Presidential Elections, Sam Beaton offers an insightful overview of the Czech political lanscape in the context of crisis and austerity.
In an article first published in Scottish Left Review, Ben Wray looks at the changing political landscape in Scotland and how the left post-RIC is in a more favourable position to manoeuvre upon it.
Following the recent announcement by Unite the Union to call an early election for its next General Secretary, Suki Sangha and Bryan Simpson caught up with the incumbent, Len McCluskey, at his campaign launch in Glasgow to talk about the Labour party, the possibility of a General Strike and community membership.
ISG member Cat Boyd speaks on behalf of the Radical Independence Conference at the 600 strong launch of Yes Glasgow in the city last week.
Following the recent decision by Unite the Union to call an early election for their General Secretary, Bryan Simpson argues why Socialists should offer their critical support to Len McCluskey. Watch out for the forthcoming interview with Len McCluskey
On the 200th anniversary of the crushing of the movement, Gareth Beynon looks at what lessons socialists today can draw from the Luddites.
In light of the recent very public crisis of the Socialist Workers Party, newly elected National Secretaries of the ISG Suki Sangha and Sarah Collins provide a brief comment on the situation.
In Mali, the West is more a part of the problem than the solution - the present situation is itself is a product of decades of western interference writes Explo Nani-Kofi.