Sandra Bloodworth introduces the contents of the fourth issue of the journal.
Diane Fields analyses the new contours of imperialism after the fall of the USSR.
Tom O'Lincoln surveys the history of Australian imperialism, arguing that Australia has independent reasons for maintaining the US alliance, which it uses to dominate and exploit peoples across our region.
In this fascinating piece, Janey Stone surveys the response of Israelis and Palestinians to the first Gulf war, and how it set the scene for the coming Oslo accords.
Anne Picot provides a history of the Australian anti-war movement of the 1960s.
Sandra Bloodworth critiques the failures of Arab nationalism, putting a case for a socialist strategy for working class self-emancipation in the region.
Mick Armstrong looks at the impact of World War I on the class struggle in Australia.
David Glanz summarises the debates in the movement against the first Gulf War.
In an important article later republished as a pamphlet, Tess Lee Ack outlines a Marxist theory of women's oppression and a strategy for liberation