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Occupy the universe - other worlds are possible! In our special roundtable on science fiction, Kim Stanley-Robinson, Marge Piercy, Ken MacLeod and Gwyneth Jones discuss the role of utopias and dystopias in extending the radical horizons of our imaginations. Plus - Debra Benita Shaw picks her top ten sci-fi novels that punch holes in capitalist reality
India rising. Vijay Prashad offers some snapshots from a country where shining skyscrapers are springing up alongside ingrained mass poverty, Ashok Kumar looks at some of India's social struggles, and Kheya Bag assesses the history of the Communist Party of India-Marxist and the ongoing struggle for land reform
Summer of action. Red Pepper’s radical guide to the camps, the demos, the schools, the festivals, the protests and the assemblies that will be making our summer. We talk to Owen Jones about the People’s Assembly, and as the G8 summit comes to Britain, Kai Grachy takes a critical look at the If campaign waiting to greet it
The local is not enough. In this issue's essay, Greg Sharzer argues that movements have to confront capitalist crisis, not simply try to carve out spaces away from it. Hilary Wainwright responds
And in culture, Michael Calderbank talks to Anne Wagner, co-curator of an L S Lowry exhibition at Tate Britain that seeks to rescue his work from the enormous condescension of the art world, James Taylor says the haunting and abrasive new album from The Knife challenges common assumptions about political music, and Mel Evans speaks to the people behind an online database of former slave owners
Plus! Know Your Enemy takes on Canary Wharf, the place that's also a company, Mike Marqusee looks back at the ratecapping revolt of the 1980s, our Guerrilla Guide gives some tips on how to avoid activist burnout, four pages of book reviews, and much more.
Brazil: The giant has awoken Matthew Richmond writes on Brazil's growing mass movement
North Korea: War games gone wrong Tim Beal examines the US ‘playbook’ miscalculations that underlie the current US-North Korea crisis
The day Greece’s TVs went dark Hilary Wainwright reports from Thessaloniki on what happened when the state ordered Greece’s state broadcaster to shut down
Winning at Walmart The OUR Walmart campaign has been shaking up labour organising in the US. As they prepared for their current strike, Alex Wood spent a month with the people behind a new kind of fightback
Toxic gas: why we need to stop fracking Tony Bosworth and Helen Rimmer report on plans to expand fracking across the UK and look at why we need to leave shale gas in the ground