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  • Keir Starmer at the World Economic Forum in 2023

    Keir Starmer’s humiliation kink

    Ben Smoke questions what is driving the Labour leader

  • A grand looking country estate

    Simon Hedges’ frozen assets

    As millions of people stand on the precipice of poverty, Simon Hedges aims to rehabilitate the reputation of Britain’s true underdogs: the wealthy elite

  • A grand white building with columns – the Donetsk Academic Regional Drama Theatre

    A real ‘culture war’ rages in Ukraine

    Russia targeting Ukrainian museums follows a long history of imperial powers looting and despoiling cultural wealth, argues Siobhan McGuirk

  • Police officers stand in front of a building occupied by activists from Palestine Action, some of whom are on the building's roof

    How Elbit was shut down

    Blyth Brentnall describes how a group of activists in the UK has managed to disrupt the activities of one of Israel’s biggest arms suppliers

  • Philippine presidential candidate Leody de Guzman at a rally standing behind a banner with a raised fist

    The campaign for a democratic socialist Philippines

    Following the victory of Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in this year’s Philippine presidential election, Walden Bello details how he and Leody de Guzman sought to forge a new path for a revitalised Philippine left

  • The Custom House in Dublin, Ireland with the River Liffey in the foreground

    Socialist world, where are you?

    Examining left movements in Ireland and elsewhere, Lorna Bogue suggests that the conditions created by neoliberalism may prove fertile ground for its downfall

  • A screenshot from the video game Disco Elysium, showcasing some of the game's dilapidated architecture

    Pixels and mortar: The politics of video game worldbuilding

    With the worlds of architecture and video games becoming increasingly intertwined, Gerry Hart examines how video games communicate through their design