The three women Nobel Peace Prize winners of 2011, wore head Covers. Does that mean that the 'West' is acknowledging freedom of identity of people from the third world? asks Iqbal Tamimi.
Drone warfare can be used to thwart democratic movements, anywhere, says George Monbiot.
From the Chagos islands to Libya, a ruthless system has been at work, often resorting to violence whilst trying to maintain the illusion of democracy
Stephen Gilbert challenges the so called 'accuracy' of ICM opinion polls and shows how Labour continues to miss classic opportunities to rebut Conservative policy.
Richard Becker dissects Obama's 2012 State of the Union address and shows that the 'CEO of the imperialist ruling class is carrying on with business as usual
The country that has long been known to abuse its powers and privileges in the United Nations is now leading a campaign to reform the same organization, says Ramzy Baroud.
The London Progressive Journal gives its take on current events in the latest fortnightly editorial
David Eade reflects on Ed Balls' recent speech at a Fabian Society conference and asks whether the Shadow Chancellor is more of a hinderence than a help to his own party
Here's why the government's proposals on executive pay won't work - and why we need a maximum wage, says George Monbiot.
Following the decline of the manufacturing sector, in recent years, Dr Jonathan Feldmann discusses ways in which Britain could go about redeveloping its industrial base