Omar Hassan discusses the crisis resulting from the pandemic, the political possibilities this creates and the urgent need to build a revolutionary current.
Panos Petrou examines the rise of the far right in Europe in its various forms, before discussing strategies to combat it.
Tom Bramble examines Australia's aggressive role in the growing imperialist competition in the Indo-Pacific and argues that the left must oppose Australia’s involvement in the US-led war drive.
The contemporary narrative of Jewish history is one of ghettos, pogroms, suffering, oppression – Jews as the eternal victims. In this study Janey Stone presents an alternative view which shows that Jews have repeatedly fought back against their oppression, and formed a core part of the socialist movement.
Robert Narai recounts the inspiring struggle against the military coup in Myanmar and analyses the forces involved.
Sergio García and Mariano Rosa of the Workers’ Socialist Movement (MST) in Argentina analyse the electoral success of the Left Front (FIT-Unidad), and discuss the challenges and opportunities ahead.
Jordan Humphreys uncovers the forgotten history of the early Communist Party's role in the fight for Indigenous rights.
Mick Armstrong critiques Proudhon's anarchism, and shows how his political weaknesses continue to shape anarchist ideas.
US socialist Joel Geier recounts how a debate on soviet imperialism and the Hitler-Stalin pact led to a crisis in Trotskyism and the birth of the International Socialist tradition.
Duncan Hart critiques a new book that attempts to vindicate Kautskyism as a revolutionary theory.
April Holcombe reviews a book that challenges the mainstream narrative about the emergence of the pandemic and the Chinese government's response to it.
Ben Reid reviews two books dealing with the turbulent political and economic situation in Brazil in recent years.