Tim DiMuzio discusses his book, 'The 1% and the Rest of Us: A Political Economy of Dominant Ownership' with NLP's Tom Mills.
Power may appear more fragmented, transitory and insecure today, but elites have adapted, not disappeared.
Britain is a society dominated by powerful and largely unaccountable institutions which have corrupted the public interest for private gain.
What the EU-US trade deal tells us about the concentration of power in Europe and what democratic forces like Syriza can do to stop it.
This is the heart of Britain's constitutional crisis: we no longer recognise the impersonation of the national mood offered by Parliament via the BBC.
The BBC has never championed 'speaking truth to power' and its capacity for critical journalism is weaker than ever.
From the Battle of Balcombe to Operation Mothers and Grandmothers, the UK climate movement is building from strength to strength. What can we learn from the grassroots renaissance?
The wealth of the superrich is tied up in complex leverage schemes and esoteric predictions about future earnings, making it much more complex and volatile than most economists recognise.
In the first of a two part interview, Will Davies discusses his book ‘The Limits of Neoliberalism’.
It’s time to move on from the sterile argument that labour has been doing well. Capital is winning, our side is losing, and our task now is to figure out why.