George Monbiot asks: has our society become too complex to sustain?
Reflecting on the fraud allegations against Goldman Sachs, Mick Brooks argues that only full nationalisation can provide proper accountability for the banking system.
Kiraz Janicke reports on a Latin American summit which has articulated a regional commitment to radical social change.
The fight against climate change presents a peculiar set of challenges for media oulets balancing corporate business models with the urgent need for critical debate, as Ramzy Baroud explains.
At the root of Israeli state violence is a total refusal to recognise the Palestinians as a people, let alone a nation, writes Ahmed Amr.
Ten days ago, London Progressive Journal contributor Assed Baig was arrested and grilled by Israeli solidiers who mistook him for a Palestinian. His story offers a glimpse of the everyday reality for many Palestinians.
Fighting Corruption or Persecuting Political Opponents in Venezuela? A Response to the New York TimesApril 16, 2010 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
James Suggett picks apart the New York Times' claims about alleged political persecution in Chavez's Venezuela.
'New' Labour is too close to big business to deliver the radical change the country needs, but it is by far the lesser of the two evils on offer, writes Richie Nimmo.
Publishing can - and should - adapt to the changing technological landscape, writes John Oakes.
Ahmed Amr calls on Barack Obama to show courage and stand up to the racism of the Israeli state.