This is a reply to Slavoj Zizek's article "Mandela's Socialist Failure" published online in The Stone (a New York Times maintained philosophy blog) on December 6, 2013
Shimomuran Economics is the Most Significant Advance Ever Made in Economic Understanding and the West Still Doesn’t Get ItDecember 20, 2013 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
Shimomuran economics is the name I have given to the collection of no-debt, high-growth economic understandings practised in post-war Japan and post-rapprochement China
Carol Anne Grayson's recent article evoked so many memories of my own life in Britain since the late 1960s. Grayson is undoubtedly right in feeling so uneasy at what she had experienced of Britain's racism
Coal is a much nastier power source than the one we have chosen to fear in a deadly form of displacement activity, writes George Monbiot.
Special Report: Interview with British “jihadis” and what you won’t read in the “Tackling Extremism in the UK” reportDecember 15, 2013 12:18 am Leave your thoughts
British journalist, writer and film producer Carol Grayson conducts an exclusive interview with a member of the Taliban and a British born 'Jihadist'
Can a country boycott itself? That may sound like a silly question. It is not.
Thomas Riggins Analyses The Next Two Parts Of Lenin's Materialism and Empirio-criticism
Nelson Mandela: Lest we forget “Madiba” was supported from a Britain which is still riddled with prejudice and racial inequalitiesDecember 13, 2013 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
When I heard of the death of Nelson Mandela (age 95) I was transported back to another era and some uncomfortable images from the past
Thomas Riggins reviews an article by Alberto Alesina from the Harvard Economics Department - Women, Fertility and the Rise of Modern Capitalism
The government wants a chairman who can flog nature and have chosen a Tory party donor with a background in investment banking and housing developments, writes George Monbiot.