The blind pursuit of economic exapansion stokes a cycle of financial crisis, and is wrecking our world. Time for an alternative, writes George Monbiot.
Many innocent people have become victims of the state in Pakistan as successive governments assisted the US with its War on Terror operations after 9/11
Kafr Kanna, a village near Nazareth, is probably the place where Jesus - according to the New Testament - turned water into wine. Now it is the Arab village where the Israeli police is turning stones into blood
The international community grapples once again with the imminent prospect of a "nuclear deal" between the US (P5+1) and Iran before the extended deadline of November 24 arrives
Thomas Riggins continues to guide us through chapter 5 of Lenin's State and Revolution
Movies about abandoning Earth reflect the political defeatism of our age: that adapting to climate breakdown is preferable to stopping it, writes George Monbiot.
If ISIS had approached the borders of Israel this week, nobody in the country would have noticed. Israel was riveted to a court-room drama
Peter Tatchell explains how he made the transition from dogma & superstition to rationalism
Reams have been written about how awful and oppressive East Germany was - a virtual slave state with Stasi surveillance informers everywhere. That image was rudely demolished in a curious way the other day
This bill of corporate rights threatens to blow the sovereignty of parliament unless it can be stopped, writes George Monbiot.