There is a rising tide of Euroscepticism within mainstream political parties and on the floors of national Parliaments throughout the European Union, says David Lindsay.
If the evidence of the successes of recent events is anything to go by, interest in the socialist approach to history is on the increase, which is probably no surprise given the turbulent and uncertain times in which we currently live, says David Morgan.
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Ever since the decline of European Socialism in the 1980s and the collapse of the Soviet Union in the '90s, capitalism has considered itself king of the world and has behaved accordingly, says W Stephen Gilbert.
Uri Avnery discusses the implications of a parliamentary bill that would seek to push the Palestinian population out of the West Bank and into Jordan
Ahmed Amr reveals how the Egyptian military are suffocating the spirit of the Tahrir square revolution
Fuelled by tabloid media propaganda, Felix McHugh shows how hate crimes against disabled people are on the rise
No2VAG has a legitimate right to be heard by the NLWA, as Ellen Graubart explains. The campaign group has requested a hearing at the Authority's meetings, and three times the group has been refused.
Despite David Cameron's attempt to brush the November 30th strike under the carpet and continue with his attacks on the poorest, John Wight predicts that strong resistance to the cuts will continue.
Mark Chivers apologises prospectively for our generation's lack of action in safeguarding the planet