Saturday, 16 October , 2021

UKIP

Bannonism: A clear and present danger to the planet

The sooner the nations of the world awake to the threat posed by fascists abusing electoral systems to gain dictatorial power, the possibility of...

The Breakaway | By Perry Anderson

21 January 2021 It is​ now a year since Britain left the EU, and less than a month since the terms of its separation were...

Neo-fascism and the troubling third way

A new progressive politics is urgently needed in Italy and beyond, says Guy Standing Rula Jebreal’s poignant and accurate account of Italy’s drift into...

The Elephant in the Room

Left Parties and the European Union by Asbjørn Wahl Dec 01, 2020 European left parties have, over the last couple of decades, become increasingly critical of political...

The Delphi Forum, June 2015 – Speech by Giulietto Chiesa

The Delphi Forum, 20-21 June 2015,  Delphi, Greece

La haine contre Greta Thunberg: voici ceux, avec nom et adresse,...

Par Yorgos MITRALIAS 25 Septembre 2019 La haine contre Greta :Voici ceux, avec noms et adresses, qui la financent ! Il est généralement accepté que les vainqueurs des élections...

On the death of Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky (1942–2019)

By Clara Weiss 19 November 2019 On October 27, 2019, Vladimir Bukovsky, a well-known Soviet dissident and critic of Vladimir Putin, died in the UK. Falsely...

Still all to Play for, Says Labour

Corbyn hits the ground running after Tories pick up hundreds of council seats JEREMY CORBYN is hitting the ground running with his election campaign, despite...

The Far Right’s Leftist Mask

The European far right has cynically appropriated left-wing and pro-worker talking points for its own purposes. by Alexandre Afonso & Line Rennwald In the early 1980s,...

This Is How Steve Bannon Sees The Entire World

Well before victories for Brexit and Trump seemed possible, Bannon declared there was a “global tea party movement” and praised European far-right parties like Great Britain’s UKIP and France’s National Front. Bannon also suggested that a racist element in far-right parties “all gets kind of washed out,” that the West was facing a “crisis of capitalism” after losing its “Judeo-Christian foundation,” and he blasted “crony capitalists” in Washington for failing to prosecute bank executives over the financial crisis.