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Nathaneal Sansam comments on two elections that took place on the same day: the Corby by-election and election of a Police and Crime Commissioner in Humberside
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LPJ French political affairs correspondent, David Eade, comments on the recent leadership election within France's Conservative opposition party, the UMP
Two weeks after Superstorm Sandy ravaged New Jersey and New York thousands of people are still without power, food or portable water and are dependent on the city, state and federal government, and increasingly on Occupy Sandy (the volunteers from Occupy Wall Street and related groups) for basic survival goods, writes Thomas Riggins.
The chaotic and rambling drumbeat of the Tory march has been laid bare for the questioning ears of the world once more, says Karl Davis
Ironically Capitialism's well founded fear of unfettered public access to matters of vital importance stems from the advent of the internet, writes Jim Handley
Europe is different, as we are often reminded. The general wisdom is unlike the US' unconditional support for Israel. European countries tend to be more balanced in their approach to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, writes Ramzy Baroud.
John Green writes about the life and work of one of America's greatest singers who was 'disappeared' from public life and airbrushed out of the history books
Lenin on the Role of a Marxist Party in Relation to the People: Chapter Five of ‘Left Wing’ Communism an Infantile DisorderNovember 13, 2012 12:06 am Leave your thoughts
In 1920, Lenin produced an analysis of the political conditions in Germany after the failure of the Communist uprising in 1918. The Communists had split into two rival factions. The issues facing the German Marxists were somewhat analogous to those facing Marxist movements today, writes Thomas Riggins.