Sectarian divisions in the Middle East are being exacerbated by the region’s political and economic problems.
In this second part of a two-part article on abortion in Ireland, the normative arguments underlying the debate are explored
The first of a two-part article on abortion in Ireland. In Part One, the history to the current abortion debate is explained.
The author of 'The Making and Unmaking of a Zionist' discusses Jewish communal life, Zionism – left and right – and the power of political ideology.
Described by Marx as a 'phenomenon of political economy', John Bellers was an important early social reformer and theorist
Scholar-activist Deepa Kumar's accessible, authoritative new book places Islamophobia at the very centre of modern imperialism.
Just as the Assad regime approaches its demise, prominent figures on Anglophone left are hurrying to condemn its enemies. Is there any truth to their arguments?
As the counter-revolution advances in Egypt, revolutionaries' engagement with the Muslim Brotherhood is now a matter of life or death
Religious and political elites have distorted the political message of Christianity for their own ends, but a true understanding of the religion shows that it leads to the politics of anarchism.
As the Occupy camp at St Paul's is evicted James Lawson considers the significance of the camp for the rebuilding of a radical Christianity.