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Show of Hands

by Simon Cockle

Thu 12th Dec 2019
A poem by Simon Cockle... [read more]

One of the largest POW Camps in WW1

by Andrew Balcerzak

Sat 7th Dec 2019
The only sign that the camp existed is a cemetery where more than 8,000 victims of various nationalities are buried. ... [read more]

EDITORIAL: Why drone assassinations just don't work

by Tomasz Pierscionek

Sun 4th Nov 2012
The London Progressive Journal gives its take on current events in our editorial column... [read more]
 

Iran’s Fourth Grassroots Uprising since 1979 is still in progress

by Freeman Ure

Sat 7th Dec 2019
A prosperous and Westernised Iran took a giant step backwards in 1979... [read more]

REMEMBER HIM AND READ HIM

by Geoffrey Heptonstall

Sat 7th Dec 2019
A poet believes in poetry, not only his work but the genre itself and all that is contained within the word poetry, the making of words that mean more than words can say... [read more]

EDITORIAL: This is free Europe, never again!

by Tomasz Pierscionek

Sat 16th Jun 2012
The London Progressive Journal gives its take on current events in the latest editorial... [read more]
 

Short Essay on the Egyptian Revolution

by G.LL. Williams

Sun 17th Nov 2019
This short essay is a study of the Egyptian Revolution of 2011. ... [read more]

Is the Run on the Dollar Due to Panic or Greed?

by Ellen Brown

Sun 17th Nov 2019
What’s going on in the repo market? Rates on repurchase (“repo”) agreements should be about 2%, in line with the Federal Reserve funds rate... [read more]

EDITORIAL: Murdoch, Mensch and a new England Manager

by Emmeline Ravilious

Wed 9th May 2012
The London Progressive Journal gives its take on current events in the latest editorial... [read more]
 

Short Essay on the Arab Revolutions

by G.LL. Williams

Sun 3rd Nov 2019
This short essay is a study of the Arab Revolutions of 2010-2011... [read more]

Rage, Lebanon, Rage

by Faysal Mikdadi

Sun 3rd Nov 2019
A poem by Dr Faysal Mikdadi... [read more]

INDIGO CAFÉ, CAMBRIDGE

by Geoffrey Heptonstall

Sat 12th Oct 2019
A poem by Geoffrey Heptonstall... [read more]
 

The Flies Are Coming!

by outRageous!

Sat 12th Oct 2019
While we're waiting for the political dust to settle, here's a snippet of biology.... [read more]

The impact of London on the evolution of Marxism

by Obinna Chukwu

Sun 6th Oct 2019
Class struggle and its capacity for state transformation were institutionalised by the works of a German philosopher called Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.... [read more]

Alexandra Kollontai

by G.LL. Williams

Sun 6th Oct 2019
This short essay is a study of Alexandra Kollontai – the great Russian Socialist.... [read more]
 

An Open Letter to "Science and Global Security" - Do Not Succumb to Political Censorship on Syria

by Rick Sterling

Sun 6th Oct 2019
Science and Global Security" (SGS) has been publishing technical articles on arms control and related issues since 1989. I urge you not to succumb to political censorship.... [read more]

Remembering Hisham Ahmed

by Rick Sterling

Sun 29th Sep 2019
Sometimes you meet someone who is unforgettable. Hisham Ahmed was such a person.... [read more]

Short Essay on Britain’s Politics

by G.LL. Williams

Sun 29th Sep 2019
This short essay is a study of Britain’s politics... [read more]
 

Central Bankers' Desperate Grab for Power

by Ellen Brown

Sun 29th Sep 2019
Central bankers are out of ammunition. Mark Carney, the soon-to-be-retiring head of the Bank of England, admitted as much in a speech at the annual meeting of central bankers... [read more]

The Disaster of Negative Interest Rates

by Ellen Brown

Sun 29th Sep 2019
The dollar strengthened against the euro in August, merely in anticipation of the European Central Bank slashing its key interest rate further into negative territory.... [read more]

Late For Class or Did the Dog Eat Your Homework?

by outRageous!

Mon 23rd Sep 2019
Here in the UK we’re trapped yet again by that old mantra: Hurry up and wait. It’s such a familiar fallback by now we tend to regard it as the norm.... [read more]
 

Sanctions and More. Who suffers?

by Kaveh Boveiri

Sun 22nd Sep 2019
Kaveh Boveiri’s research focuses on Hegelian and Marxist philosophy. The following is a description of what he observed on his return to Iran after four years... [read more]

Modern Politics

by G.LL. Williams

Mon 16th Sep 2019
This short essay is a study of modern politics.... [read more]

The Key to a Sustainable Economy Is 5,000 Years Old

by Ellen Brown

Mon 16th Sep 2019
We are again reaching the point in the business cycle known as “peak debt,” when debts have compounded to the point that their cumulative total cannot be paid... [read more]