Ramzy Baroud reflects on the mood of pessimism emanating from the latest round of peace talks in the Middle East.
The coalition government's vicious attack on the public sector amounts to nothing less than a political coup d'Ã©tat, says Richie Nimmo.
John Green reviews "The Tolpuddle Boy", a timely tribute to the struggles of early trade unionism.
Forty years ago, the Gay Liberation Front challenged society's gender system. Peter Tatchell looks back on four decades of activism.
Socialist Appeal's Alan Woods considers the significance of the recent industrial unrest in France.
For all its rhetoric on Iraq, history suggests the Obama administration is likely to embark on a new war, says Rhoderick Gates.
Bush may be gone, but right-wingers in the US are still exploiting public fears of terrorism to pursue their foreign policy agenda, as Ramzy Baroud explains.
The recent coup attempt in Ecuador was just the latest attempt to destabilise independent development in Latin America, writes Eva Golinger.
Nathaniel Mehr reflects on the media reaction to Ed Miliband's success in the Labour leadership election.
Garry Leech on why the media's so-called 'experts' on the Colombian guerrilla group keep getting it wrong.