A non-partisan journal of the left.

Evidence found of pro-NATO massacre in Sirte, Libya

by Derek Ford

Sat 5th Nov 2011
Derek Ford reveals the brutality of the pro-NATO National Transitional Council forces in the Libyan conflict... [read more]

Bollywood Novacaine and the Dull Pain of Poverty

by Colin Todhunter

Fri 4th Nov 2011
Colin Todhunter debunks the myth of India as an 'economic miracle' ... [read more]

This time he went too far: On Norman Finkelstein

by Matt Hill

Thu 3rd Nov 2011
Matt Hill takes a look at recent rhetoric from acclaimed author and historian Norman Finkelstein... [read more]

Why Freecycle could change the world

by Deborah X

Thu 3rd Nov 2011
Deborah X tells of an online scheme were strangers share items according to their needs... [read more]

Slavery for Dummies- Part three

by outRageous!

Tue 1st Nov 2011
The third and final part of an analysis by OutRageous! looking at the slavery endemic in our modern society. ... [read more]

Wealth Destroyers

by George Monbiot

Tue 1st Nov 2011
The Corporation of the City of London has harmed you more than you know, says George Monbiot. ... [read more]

Angry, broke and Homeless

by David Eade

Sat 29th Oct 2011
As the Spanish general election approaches, David Eade shows how a protest movement, led by the homeless, will be campaigning out on the streets.... [read more]

Local communities bear the brunt of the Con-Dem agenda

by Deborah X

Fri 28th Oct 2011
Deborah X provides a personal view of the effect of the coalition’s policies on single parents, their children and the communities in which they live... [read more]

Global Development: Aid the myth of Western support

by Elijah Pryor

Fri 28th Oct 2011
Elijah Pryor shows the true effect of Development Aid on poor countries... [read more]

With Gadhafi Gone, the West Acquires Licence to Loot Africa

by Colin Todhunter

Wed 26th Oct 2011
Colin Todhunter highlights the hypocrisy of Western powers and the compliance of Western media in the invasion of Libya and the murder of thousands of the Libyans.... [read more]

Capitalism's Lost Generation

by Rob Sewell

Mon 24th Oct 2011
Rob Sewell looks at the global problem of rising youth unemployment... [read more]

To the river...

by Emmeline Ravilious

Sun 23rd Oct 2011
Emmeline Ravilious reviews Olivia Laing's latest book 'To the River'... [read more]

Everybody's son

by Uri Avnery

Sun 23rd Oct 2011
Uri Avnery comments on the recent Israel-Palestine prisoner swap and the release of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit... [read more]

Slavery for Dummies - Part 2

by outRageous!

Thu 20th Oct 2011
Part 2 of an analysis by OutRageous! looking at the slavery endemic in our modern society.... [read more]

Show Me The Money

by George Monbiot

Tue 18th Oct 2011
We have a democratic right to know who is funding public advocacy, says George Monbiot.... [read more]

Iranian 'assassination plot': Cooked up to further U.S. aim of regime change?

by Mazda Majidi

Mon 17th Oct 2011
Mazda Majidi dissects US allegations of an Iranian plot to assassinate a Saudi diplomat on American soil.... [read more]

The More Enemies, The More Honor

by Uri Avnery

Mon 17th Oct 2011
Uri Avnery reflects upon Israel's faltering relations with its allies.... [read more]

Occupation of Wall Street- going from strength to strength

by Jean Claude van Itallie

Sun 16th Oct 2011
Jean Claude van Itallie gives an update on the Occupy Wall Street campaign ... [read more]

Russian and Chinese Opposition to Intervention in Syria a Welcome Development

by John Wight

Sun 16th Oct 2011
John Wight considers the decision by China and Russia to veto a recent UN Security Council Resolution condemning Syria... [read more]

What might make Christopher Hitchens change his mind about 1492?

by David Hill

Wed 12th Oct 2011
On the anniversary of ‘Columbus day’ David Hill questions journalist Christopher Hitchens' admiration of the year 1492... [read more]

Book review: Venceremos

by Tomasz Pierscionek

Wed 12th Oct 2011
Dr Tomasz Pierscionek reviews Howard Waxman's first novel- a political thriller called Venceremos... [read more]