The general election was a disaster – for the Labour Party, the broader left, and especially for the most vulnerable, who will now bear the brunt of the consequences. How might the left regroup and regain the offensive?
How can local campaigns and the crisis of the state shape left-wing strategy in Britain?
The Chavistas' difficulties are not about personalities but concern the challenges that face any democratic socialist government.
With UKIP on the rise and the collapse of the Union seeming imminent, it’s time to take racism and racialization seriously.
SYRIZA's mild Keynesian programme has been gutted. Is a more democratic economic alternative possible within the framework of the EU?
In an original and careful study, Tom Malleson presents the case for extending the principles of political democracy to the economy.
What do the Policy Review documents tell us about current Labour Party thinking?
It would be a disaster if Syriza fail – the European left must mobilise behind them to strengthen their position in Europe.
Syriza’s left-wing critics are misguided: Syriza’s programme is moderate enough to win support, while containing within it the seeds of its own radicalisation.
What are the limitations of the liberal reformism of figures like Joseph Stiglitz and Thomas Piketty? And how can the radical left push beyond it to a truly socialist alternative?