Reviews

Stalin’s artistic counter-revolution 

Revolution: Russian Art 1917–1932 – An exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London 11 February —17 April 2017 (£16, £12 concessions) It’s one of [...]

13th February 2017 // 0 Comments

Brothers in power

Return to the Shadows: The Muslim Brotherhood and An-Nahda since the Arab Spring, Saqi, 2016 £16.99 reviewed by Farooq Suleheria  The phenomenon of the Muslim Brotherhood [...]

11th February 2017 // 0 Comments

How will capitalism end?

Jane Shallice reviews How will capitalism end? by Wolfgang Streek. Published by Verso Books, October 2016, 272 pages   Which socialist could resist a book with such [...]

10th February 2017 // 0 Comments

A book to whet the appetite

W E Du Bois: Revolutionary across the colour line by Bill V Mullen published by Pluto Press, 2016, £12.99 Reviewed by Veronica Fagan I didn’t know a very much about W.E.B. [...]

1st February 2017 // 1 Comment

Why isn’t God answering? 

Andy Stowe reviews Silence by Martin Scorsese.   Any film about Jesuit missionaries that has Ad maiorem Dei gloriam (for the greater glory of God), the Catholic [...]

2nd January 2017 // 0 Comments

Sport’s dance with the devil

Jane Shallice reviews Brazil’s dance with the devil : The World Cup, the Olympics and the fight for democracy by Dave Zirin Haymarket Books $17.95 The Olympics!  Who [...]

28th November 2016 // 0 Comments

Politics in a Time of Crisis

Dave Kellaway reviews: Politics in a Time of Crisis : Podemos and the future of a Democratic Europe by Pablo Iglesias published by Verso Books One passage that made me sit up [...]

21st November 2016 // 0 Comments

Facing the Anthropocene

Facing the Anthropocene – fossil capitalism and the crisis of the earth system by Ian Angus (1) Monthly Review Press, October 2016 £15.99 Reviewed by Alan Thornett [...]

25th October 2016 // 0 Comments

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