Edward Gough Whitlam ("Gough Whitlam"), a former Labour prime minister of Australia, passed away on 21st October, 2014 at 98 years of age
About a month ago, on the eve of the Jewish New Year, the government statistical office published a set of interesting items about the population of the state
Former environment minister Owen Paterson has called for the UK to scrap its climate change targets
Thomas Riggins continues to guide us through Piketty's Capital in the Twenty-First Century
Has the Swedish Left Lost Again?: The 2014 Electoral Implosion, Civilian Deindustrialization and the Swedish DilemmaOctober 24, 2014 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
Part 3 of Jonathan Feldman's analysis of the recent Swedish general election
Those in power don't speak of 'people' or 'killing' - it helps them do their job. And we are picking up their dehumanising euphemisms, writes George Monbiot.
Over the last decades and not least through the UN's Millennium Development Goals, health initiatives have received unprecedented attention and funding
Sweden, like Britain, was always considered a "pro-Israeli" country, loyally voting against "anti-Israel" resolutions in the UN. If such important Western nations are reconsidering their attitudes towards the policy of Israel, what does it mean?
Has the Swedish Left Lost Again?: The 2014 Electoral Implosion, Civilian Deindustrialization and the Swedish DilemmaOctober 18, 2014 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
Part 2 of Jonathan Feldman's analysis of the recent Swedish general election
The forces of ISIS are closing in on the besieged town of Kobane on the Turkish-Syrian border