Former shadow cabinet member and Labour MP Bryan Gould reviews a stimulating and thoughtful collection of essays
George Tait Edwards explains how investment credit creation could resurrect Western economies
Three years ago few predicted that a revolution, a coup and an emergent civil war would soon explode in a country considered a prime tourist hot spot and ruled by the same autocrat for nearly 30 years
There is no secret in saying that the National Curriculum was not introduced to promote co-operation or individual ingenuity. Elijah Pryor advocates a different model for learning
Promoting extractive industries is seen by politicians as a proper, manly pursuit, even if it makes no sense, writes George Monbiot.
How should one respond to the claim that Islamists such as the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt are "Marx's contemporary successors"?
Jounalist and LSP expert Patrizia Bertini interviews film director Milena Kaneva
The European Central Bank and the Federal Reserve are at the service of the major private banks
We in Britain are often subject to the age old criticism of being insular and self engrossed. Whereas this is not strictly speaking true, there is an element of truth in this belief
George Tait Edwards examines the role of innovation in economic development