Tom Bangay on why Brown's Britain is sleepwalking into a surveillance society.
Matt Genner on how the ongoing struggle for the political centre ground is undermining democracy.
A new international campaign is aiming to halt the commercialisation of public education.
The RMT's Rick Grogan on the disastrous financial management of London's part-privatised transport system.
Tamara Pearson on the Venezuelan government's plan for large-scale, socialised food production.
George Monbiot on how Peter Mandelson is bullying the world's poorest nations into following a development route that can't work.
Dan Morley on the drive to introduce free market principles into the education system.
Colombia’s Double Realities: Threats Against Indigenous Communities Ignored as Calls for a Second Re-election of President Uribe Get LouderSeptember 12, 2008 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
As Colombia's President Uribe continues to target the country's indigenous communities, Mario A. Murillo examines why many Colombians are opposed to Uribe's reactionary government.
As part of our ongoing series celebrating the impending 50th anniversary of the Cuban revolution, Tomasz Pierscionek examines Cuba's approach to the struggle for environmental conservation and sustainability.
Alexa Van Sickle looks back on a popular magazine which achieved cult status in East Germany during the Cold War era.