Contemporary counter-extremism policies targeting British Muslims are rooted in the Cold War opposition to détente.
The recent Ferguson Solidarity Tour shows the solidarity that has been built in response to police violence, in which the process of exclusion is turned against itself and becomes the basis of a new collective political subject
The author of 'The Muslims are Coming!' discusses how the 'War on Terror' has shaped political and intellectual culture in the US and Britain.
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.'
Isa Muazu is due to be deported to Nigeria tonight, despite evidence that threats to his life await him there. Underlying this is a long process through which refugee law has been perverted.
Journalists and newspapers remain in the vanguard of the Coalition's ‘war against welfare’, which, if successful, will effectively mark the end of the postwar social contract between the people and the state.
Where does Russia belong in the hierarchy of geopolitics, and where does the future of its left movements lie?
Stephen Dorril discusses the Snowden revelations, corporate power and the origins of British intelligence and the ‘special relationship’.
To mark 65 years since the 'nakba', Aimee Shalan reports on everyday life for Palestinians under occupation in three West Bank villages.
Relentless focus on radical forms of evil risks blinding us to evils much less exceptional, and much closer to home.