Last night's vote to recognise the State of Palestine was a powerful reflection of public sentiment. Internationally, and especially in Europe and Latin America, Israel's isolation is deepening.
Military intervention in the absence of the conditions for resolving Iraq's political crisis could make an already nightmarish situation much, much worse.
The author of 'The Muslims are Coming!' discusses how the 'War on Terror' has shaped political and intellectual culture in the US and Britain.
In the absence of mass civil resistance, Palestinians will remain trapped between US-brokered capitulation and the miserable status quo.
British media present a vision of Africa stripped of context, the plaything of Western political agendas.
From control over historical records to manipulation of social media, there are a myriad of ways that the state seeks to shape our attitudes to war.
Britain's reactions to the crimes of the Putin regime in Chechnya tell us much about the sincerity of western concerns regarding Ukrainian sovereignty.
The Turkish state is in crisis. To intervene effectively the left must recognise that this as a political crisis, and one that has been years in the making.
As the deadline for US-led negotiations looms, is the struggle for justice in Palestine nearing a crossroads?
Strong statements against anti-gay legislation intensify backlash. What is needed is listening to activists and asylum reform to help queer people both 'over there' and 'over here.'