James Suggett on how Venezuela is reacting to the world financial crisis.
Michael Roberts on why the present economic crisis demonstrates the vulnerability of "free market" capitalism.
James Suggett on the latest episode in the Venezuelan corporate media's compaign against Hugo ChÃ¡vez.
Mick Brooks on how Gordon's policies left the UK unprepared for the present financial crisis.
Reviewing the life of Kulthum Odeh, the first woman in the Arab world to hold a professorship, Iqbal Tamimi considers the all-pervading ignorance about Palestine.
As violence continues unabated in "free" Iraq, Hussein Al-Alak questions the convenient myth that there is something inherently natural about sectarian violence in Iraq.
The trial of three men accused of murdering the Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya began in Moscow this week. Sara Hall looks back on the circumstances surrounding her death, and considers the bleak prospects for freedom of speech and human rights in Russia today.
Samuele Mazzolini on why Ecuador's new constitution is threatened by the vested economic and political interests of neoliberalism which have dominated Latin America for the past twenty years.
Garry Leech reflects on the rise in state-sponsored violence in Colombia under the presidency of Alvaro Uribe.
Jonathan Rutherford on how the current economic crisis has highlighted the iniquities intrinsic to capitalist society.