11 October 2018
Aron Keller talks to Asad Haider about race, class and the fight for social justice in Trump's America.
Against modern football
9 October 2018
Andrew Hodges looks at fan activism and organising in the home of World Cup finalists Croatia – a powerful, politicised and unpredictable movement that sees the left locked in constant battle with the far right.
Labour and reselection: the panic last time
5 October 2018
As anti-Corbyn Labour MPs kick up a fuss in the press about possible reselections, Hilary Wainwright looks back at the strikingly similar alarm in the parliamentary establishment in the 1970s and 1980s
‘Could do better’: Racism in schools
3 October 2018
Remi Joseph-Salisbury writes that institutional racism is not just about individual teachers, but a lack of clear school-wide or nationwide policy.
Playing the game
2 October 2018
The new Women’s Super League season kicked off in September with renewed media attention. Alex Culvin analyses the growth of women’s football
The power of collective joy
1 October 2018
In a world of isolation and a left which tends towards despondency, collective joy is our weapon against neoliberalism. Sam Swann reflects on The World Transformed 2018
What happened at Labour Conference?
1 October 2018
Michael Calderbank brings you a bite-sized guide to what went on at conference, and what that means for the future of the party.
In and against the state
1 October 2018
Labour needs to develop a socialist strategy that goes beyond a single election manifesto. Leo Panitch and Sam Gindin look at the challenge of state transformation
Educate, agitate, organise
26 September 2018
Jane Holgate and John Page on a new approach to political education - and its radical potential.
Prison is not the answer
25 September 2018
A humane society shouldn't be caging up vulnerable people. Jasmine Ahmed of CAPE (Community Action on Prison Expansion) argues for radical alternatives.
24 September 2018
Grace Blakeley dissects the failure of finance capital and calls for radical measures to take it back under democratic control
No passports please
23 September 2018
Standing together with migrants should form a key part of the resistance to neoliberalism, writes Ali Bilgic
21 September 2018
Before the internet, Chilean socialists devised the Cybernet. Will Stronge reports on an early attempt at high-tech economic organisation.
The battle of Hambacher Forest
20 September 2018
Activists have occupied Hambacher Forest for six years to prevent the area being destroyed and mined for coal. State violence, police brutality and coorporate power are combining to try and oust them for good, writes Andrea Brock
Building a revolution in Jerusalem?
11 September 2018
Tom Anderson and Eliza Egret talk to Sahar Vardi from Imbala collective, who have set up a grassroots organising space in the heart of West Jerusalem.
A new dawn for the Danish radical left?
10 September 2018
As the Social Democrats shift rightwards, a coalition of new and emboldened leftist parties have banded together to fight for a real alternative, writes Lukas Slothuus.
Citizenship in a capitalist state
4 September 2018
Lea Ypi writes on the death of citizenship as a democratic ideal, and the collapse of civic politics into ethnopolitics.
From #FreeTommy to the Hostile Environment
25 August 2018
To understand the far right's escalating appeal we need to look at the reciprocal relationship between the far right and the political mainstream. By May Robson
The economics that came in from the cold
24 August 2018
Tory-supporting media have been portraying Jeremy Corbyn as a Soviet fellow-traveller, while unnoticed the shadow chancellor sets out a vision that breaks with the old bureaucratic state model. By Hilary Wainwright.
Stop dehumanising Muslim women for political gain
16 August 2018
Boris Johnson isn't alone: politicians and pundits across the spectrum treat Burqa-wearing women as a symbol of a Europe 'in decline'. By Malcolm James, Naaz Rashid and Nabila Munawar