W Stephen Gilbert pays tribute to Ken Russell, the enigmatic, eccentric film director who died on Sunday.
The London Progressive Journal gives its take on current events in the latest fortnightly editorial
At a time when the poorest are being hit hardest, W Stephen Gilbert comments on the obsence bonuses enjoyed by those at the top echelons of the financial sector and puts paid to the reasons most commonly used to justify such unfair practice.
Deborah X ponders over a dilemma
Ramzy Baroud notes the U-turn in Turkey's foreign policy towards its neighbour Syria.
An in-depth critique and analysis of the beginnings of the civil war in Libya and what was at stake for all parties involved in the final conflict, split into three parts. (Part 3)
One month after the official "liberation" of Libya was declared, the authority of the National Transition Council remains tenuous at best and the country remains in a state of chaos, says Derek Ford.
Steven Colatrella unveils that the very tenets of democracy in Europe are under threat as finance capital launches the first of its coups d'etat in Greece and Italy.
How politics is manifested as economics and economics as politics should concern us right now, argues Steven Colatrella.
An in-depth critique and analysis of the beginnings of the civil war in Libya and what was at stake for all parties involved in the final conflict, split into three parts. (Part 2)