Sunday, 7 June , 2020

European Left

Jeremy Corbyn: A revolution in plain sight

In their thousands they came. Carrying home-made placards, they came. Women pushing prams, their kids in tow, the young, middle-aged and old, black, white, disabled, the old left and the newly awoken; in the pouring rain they came. They filled St George’s Plateau and still they came, until they filled the road and the central reservation and the pavements beyond. 10,000 strong they closed Lime St, stopped traffic, and still they came.

Marxist-Christian Symposium on Common Challenges in Europe

By Michael Löwy The election of Pope Francis obviously created a new climate for the relations between the Church and the European Left. At the...

Greek Summer Crisis: Geopolitical Winners and Losers

“It’s barbarism. I see it coming masqueraded under lawless alliances and predetermined enslavements. It may not be about Hitler's furnaces, but about the methodical...

The internationalist case against the European Union

For the first time in a generation Britain will vote on its membership of the European Union, probably in the autumn of 2016. How...

The EU referendum: The case for a socialist Yes vote

By John Palmer I would like to preface this discussion with Alex Callinicos, on what attitude socialists should take to the referendum on Britain’s membership...