The Western world, used to its democratic frame of mind, is constantly telling Muslims in general and Arabs in particular, to build democratic governments
In both, the Labour votes remain solid enough to provide realistic bases for recapture in 2015. The main party that has lost ground is demonstrably the other one
The primary objective of the world's leaders is to avoid another banking and financial crash that could be worse than the one in September 2008
New York City Mayor’s Race: Living Wage or Wage Slavery: de Blasio vs. Lhota on the Dignity of LabourOctober 25, 2013 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
The election for mayor of New York City is less that a month away and Bill de Blasio's lead in the polls appears insurmountable
Unlike the babbling brook of Hollywood - with its suppression of truth, fake heroes and warmongering - a masterpiece, or just a good movie, is unforgettable, writes John Pilger.
We need nuclear power. But the government has plumped for outdated technology at the worst price imaginable, writes George Monbiot.
The undermining of the middle classes, who are continually being pushed down into the working class, represents, at the same time, a weakening of the ruling class, who are finding it increasingly difficult to find a social basis for their programme - an international programme of austerity
Using Karl Marx's early works, Elijah Pryor asks if there is an alternative to the Capitalism vs Communism debate?
George Tait Edwards explains China's recent economic success by examining its past history
Dr Lal Khan explains how the Western media conveniently suppresses aspects of Malala Yousafzai's background so that Pakistani youth and workers remain oblivious of this brave girl's struggle