John Pilger shows that Barack Obama's sudden "conversion" to the cause of same-sex marriage barely disguises the prime motives of a president as reactionary and violent as George W Bush.
The following is a statement by March Forward! which took part in the protests against NATO in Chicago on Saturday 19th May.
Chavs by Owen Jones has rightly been lauded as an overdue rejoinder to the steady and near unstoppable denigration of the working class in Britain over the past three decades of unbroken Thatcherism, under both the Tories and New Labour, reviews John Wight.
Colin Todhunter, London Progressive Journal's India correspondent, reports on the worrying fusion of news and entertainment that is part of modern India
Tomasz Pierscionek reviews a rare exhibition of 17th century anatomical dissections publically displayed for the first time
Writing about the events of Al-Nakba, Ramzy Baroud reports that every region in Palestine that was meant to be taken was captured, its people were expelled or massacred in their homes and villages. Ben Guiron 'cleansed' the land, but he failed to cleanse Israel's past. Memory persists.
This month, I turn 65. If you know your musicals, my naming Eliza Doolittle Day as the date in question will give you the day that this event takes place. If indeed it is An Event, says W. Stephen Gilbert (photo courtesy of Barbra Flinder).
John Wight provides a detailed account of al-Nakba, known to Palestinians around the world as 'the catastrophe'
Colin Todhunter, London Progressive Journal's India correspondent, reports from Chennai on how a funeral procession through a poor neighbourhood is a metaphor for where India is heading with current social and economic policies
As the Spanish 15-M protest movement celebrates its first anniversary, LPJ Iberian correspondent, David Eade, reveals that the movement is spreading from main street to mainstream