A book review every day until Christmas at Red Pepper

Red Pepper will be publishing a new book review each day until Christmas

December 2, 2016 · 1 min read

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To help you choose the best books for your loved ones this Christmas, Red Pepper is publishing a new book review every day until December 25. To keep up to date with the latest reviews visit www.redpepper.org.uk/culture/books

Our first two reviews are of Richard Seymour’s Corbyn: the strange rebirth of radical politics and Keeanga-Yamahtta’s’ From #blacklivesmatter to black liberation.

#25BooksofChristmas


Can radical federalism save the UK?

Professor Kevin Morgan asks whether radical federalism offers a progressive alternative to the break up of the United Kingdom?

The truth wins out

Francesca Emanuele reports on recent attacks on Bolivia’s Movement for Socialism – and how the country’s voters were ultimately undeterred by disinformation tactics

Illustration of Algerian protestor by Intifada Street

Yetnahaw Gaâ! Algeria’s democratic resistance

Sanhaja Akrouf explains how the fear that stopped Algerians from joining the uprisings across the Middle East and North Africa in 2011 has now been broken


After the Spring

Despite the carnage of contemporary Syria and Libya, and the ruinous stalemate of Yemen, the euphoric appeal of what was once described as the ‘Arab Spring’ continues to feed revolutionary processes across the region, argues Toufic Haddad

Review – Asylum for Sale: Profit and Protest in the Migration Industry

Siobhán McGuirk and Adrienne Pine's edited volume is a powerful indictment of the modern migration complex writes Nico Vaccari

End SARS and Fanon’s mission

The uprisings against police brutality that swept across Nigeria must be contextualised within the country’s colonial history, argues Kehinde Alonge