A concert in London, jointly organised by the Cuba Solidarity Campaign and the TUC, will raise funds for the victims of the earthquake in Haiti.
George Monbiot on why he has launched a new fund to reward people who attempt to arrest Britan's former prime minister.
A new law prohibiting Venezuela's corporate media from inciting violence against the Chavez government has prompted violent demonstrations from right-wing student groups, as James Suggett explains.
Will Stone on the desperate need for radical reform of the UK's woefully under-funded social care system.
The radical historian and activist Howard Zinn died this week, aged 87. In 2008, he gave this interview with London Progressive Journal's Daniel Pye.
John Green reviews this month's recommended read, which takes a critical look at the increasing dominance of corporate interests over civil society.
Kiraz Janicke on the Venezuelan government's response to the humanitarian crisis in Haiti.
A recent rape case at Preston Crown Court has shed light on the misogynistic logic used to determine the credibility of alleged rape victims, as Peter Tatchell explains.
Melanie Macdonald on the dangerous and disturbing proliferation of neo-colonial private militias.
Ramzy Baroud scrutinises the mainstream media consensus on the designated enemies of the US.