Hussein Al-Alak talks about the origins of Combat Stress- a charity that has cared for the mental health of veterans since the First World War.
Who are the most ruthless capitalists in the Western world? Whose monopolistic practices makes WalMart look like a corner shop and Rupert Murdoch look like a socialist?
Kevin Baker shows how the US administation cares little for the lives of American soldiers. Many troops dying in Afghanistan today were 8 years old when the 9/11 attacks happened.
Hussein Al-Alak sheds light on prominent Iraqis who helped pave the way for the imperialist invasion of their nation.
Sarah Carlson looks at the growing social protest movement in Israel and discusses the need for the Israeli working class to combat not only the economic policies of their government but also its colonialist policies.
As Colonel Gaddafi's regime enters its final days, Brian Becker looks at NATOs involvement in bolstering the rebel movement and the truth behind the so called campaign of 'humanitarian intervention'
Now is the time to start planning for a new economy, not dependent on growth.
In response to comments made by David Cameron, Hussein Al-Alak takes a look at the origins of 'Britishness'
Uri Avnery discusses how a recent resurgence of hostilities between Islamic militants and the Israeli army could undermine a growing social protest movement within Israel, playing right into Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's hands.
Hussein Al-Alak considers what makes a hero of the people by examining the remarkable achievements of three working class individuals.