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On Trump and Netanyahu and mutual interests

Trump has not been reticent to support the wishes of the Israeli government; both the move of the embassy to Jerusalem and his recognition of Israel’s control over the Golan Heights come to mind. Within hours the Israeli government said that Tlaib and Omar were not welcome in Israel.

22nd August 2019 // 0 Comments

Facing the Apocalypse reviewed

Facing the Apocalypse – Arguments for ecosocialism by Alan Thornett, Resistance Books 2019 reviewed by Hans A Bauer.

21st August 2019 // 0 Comments

Confrontation looming on Brexit

With Parliament neutralised by the summer recess, battle lines are being drawn for the biggest constitutional crisis in modern times when it comes back next month, writes Alan Davies.

16th August 2019 // 0 Comments

Harland and Wolff: bitter present, ugly past

Harland and Wolff once employed 35,000 people. Its workforce was the aristocracy of the city’s working class; heavily unionised and well paid by local standards. They were enthusiastic participants in major sectarian pogroms

8th August 2019 // 0 Comments

Decolonial Communism reviewed

Andy Kilmister reviews “Decolonial Communism, Democracy and the Commons” by Catherine Samary

29th July 2019 // 0 Comments

A Missed Opportunity

The March for Change could have made July 20th 2019 one of the most significant days in recent British political history writes Andy Stowe. Instead of a [...]

20th July 2019 // 0 Comments

Ermine robes and baseball caps

The closest thing to a Hitler rally most people alive today will have seen was Donald Trump’s audience in Greenville chanting “send her back” writes Andy Stowe.

18th July 2019 // 0 Comments

Another crude smear campaign

Jonathan Freedland continues his crusade against Corbynism and the Left with another disreputable column in the Guardian.

14th July 2019 // 1 Comment

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