The recent civil unrest points to the failure of three decades of Thatcherite consensus, writes Nathaniel Mehr.
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From JA Hobson's re-published classic to Doug Stokes and Sam Rafael's lucid contemporary critique, understanding imperialism is key to achieving a fairer and more sustainable world, writes Nathaniel Mehr.
Nathaniel Mehr reflects on the media reaction to Ed Miliband's success in the Labour leadership election.
Nathaniel Mehr considers the UK media's skewed coverage of the post-election political landscape.
This month's recommendation is a thoughtful critique of the complacency of contemporary political culture, reviewed by Nathaniel Mehr.
Nathaniel Mehr reviews this month's recommendation.
Nathaniel Mehr recommends Tristram Hunt's engaging - if somewhat frustrating - biography of Freidrich Engels.
Nathaniel Mehr reviews an insightful edited collection on the new left in Latin America.
Nathaniel Mehr reviews Judith Butler's thought-provoking examination of the ways in which identity and culture are manipulated in the interests of imperialism.
The Indonesian massacres of 1965-66 rank among the biggest mass murders of the 20th Century. Looking back on this tragic episode, Nathaniel Mehr asked Noam Chomsky for his observations on the significance of US and British support for the massacre.