Mick Brooks on how overseas aid programmes are merely exacerbating social inequality in developing countries.
Sara Hall on the junior minister who's picking a fight...with NGOs and asylum seeker charities.
George Monbiot asks: Could the First World War have been avoided?
Socialist Appeal's Terry McPartlan on how the present economic crisis could enhance class consciousnous and provide the impetus for far-reaching social change.
Campaign group Justice for Colombia on how Washington is gradually coming to terms with the failure of US policy in Colombia.
In the aftermath of the appalling US raid on Syria, Ramzy Baroud examines the familiar double-standard in the mainstream discourse on what constitutes unacceptable policy and aggression.
Major upheavals at the national level have overshadowed local developments in much of the US election coverage. Demetrius Notice rounds up a number of important state-level ballot measures pertaining to various aspects of social policy.
James Suggett on the Venezuelan government's positive response to the election of Barack Obama to the US presidency.
Hussein Al-Alak on the callous destruction of Iraq's rich cultural heritage since the invasion of 2003.
Prominent journalist and author Ramzy Baroud considers the many uncertainties ahead for the Palestinian struggle.