The days surrounding the one-year anniversary of Beirut’s port blast saw examples of unity against the ruling class alongside the danger of sectarian divisions.
The Taliban movement is retaking control of Afghanistan after two decades of Western occupation. Nick Clark explores the group
Following immense pressure from travel industry tycoons, Britain’s international travel restrictions will be eased.
Why is a low level war raging in the US on the subject of Critical Race Theory?
The latest research into drug deaths in Scotland shows a horrifying 1,300 people died last year as a consequence of drug misuse.
Scorching temperatures one week and flash flooding the next show that the climate crisis is well and truly here
After pushing their racist borders and nationality bill, the Tories have moved on to increasing state repression
This is a translation of an article originally published in Spanish on the website comunistascuba.org.
Six months into Joe Biden’s presidency, I would say attitudes towards him have gone through three phases—relief, surprise, and increasingly, disappointment.
Capitalist financial trickery has hit new lows with the development of NFTs, or “non-fungible tokens”
Boris Johnson ironically announced on “freedom day” that vaccine passports will soon be required in England.
Israel is very proud of its tech industry. So it can’t pretend it has nothing to do with the use of Israeli hacking software.
Food has become deeply politicised. There is growing anger at a food system that badly impacts our health and the environment.
Some think that appealing rightwards is the way to win over working class people. Simon Basketter says ‘left populism’ is a dead end
Vile hypocrisy. That’s the only possible verdict as the Tories and sections of the right wing press claimed to be anti-racists this week
The assassination last week of Haitian president Jovenel Moise has led to calls for US troops to be deployed to the nation. It would be a terrible response
Are we heading, as some commentators claim, for another “Roaring Twenties”, like the economic boom that followed the terrible flu pandemic of 1918-19?
With many campaigns turning to militant direct action, Nick Clark argues that the tactic is more effective within a mass movement.
Remember when the left was against nationalism and flags?
The Tories are ramming home a multi-pronged assault on basic rights.