English and French nationalism were forged through centuries of bitter military rivalry that carved out a new European, and ultimately global, order.
Lisapo, an oral history project, aims to record, preserve and share the migration and settlement experiences of Greater Manchester’s Congolese community.
An astute and aggressive class traitor, who knew precisely how to rile his ex-classmates, Labour Chancellor Hugh Dalton was the Tories’ worst nightmare.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, including on the left, there was no neoliberal Golden Age.
For many who came of age in the 1960s and 1970s, Tony Benn represented the future, a world in which technology was harnessed to public good, rather than private gain.
Far from being a product of capitalist stagnation, the 2008 financial crisis capped off one of the most dynamic eras for capital in American history.
Our schools and politicians tell us that Britain has a glorious place in world history and Europeans have been responsible for most scientific developments. This is not true.
What exactly is the EU and what would joining it mean for Ukraine?
With the death of Ariel Sharon fresh in our minds now is an opportune moment to ask, how does the British press treat prominent political figures responsible for war crimes?
This year is the 80th anniversary of the workers’ uprising in Asturias, Spain which led three years later to the best example we have of a large-scale anarchist revolution.