Perhaps the most telling indicator of the divisions in the Labour Party were the automated suggestions offered by Google in the wake of the Parliamentary Labour Party’s attempted coup, trying to bully Jeremy Corbyn into resigning. “Who is Owen Smith?” [...]Read more
Category "August 2016"
Behind the headlines and vicious brutality of Syria's civil war lie amazing examples of self organisation, the story of which is largely unknown to most in the West. It is this self organisation, and not Saudi or Turkish aid, which [...]Read more
Universal Basic Income (UBI) in its most common form is a proposal to issue a stipend at a set monetary value, provided unconditionally to every registered citizen, usually from an arbitrarily determined age. It has garnered support from a diverse [...]Read more
In great political moments there are certain images etched into the mass psyche. The man standing in front of a tank column at Tiananmen Square, the throngs at Tahrir Square as the Mubarak dictatorship fell, the fall of the Berlin [...]Read more
People like me were warning that the EU referendum would be a racist carnival of reaction. But events have proved that the carnival is by no means over. It would be wrong to say that the Referendum was a referendum on [...]Read more
This book started from a seminar on the causes of crises hosted by the University of Izmir, Turkey back in October 2014. Many of the top radical and Marxist economists were present. At that seminar, distinguished Marxist, David Harvey delivered a [...]Read more