The Communist Party’s International Commission has issued a July 2020 briefing on the claims that China is oppressing and attacking the human rights of the Uighur population in the Xinjiang Autonomous Region.
The Trump administration’s bulk purchase of the COVID-19 drug illustrates the stranglehold of monopolies on capitalist governments and global development as a whole, writes Michael Quinn.
Amy Field makes the case for better use of social media in organising based on her recent success fundraising for the people’s daily, the Morning Star.
It wasn’t the presence of guns that doomed the ‘CHOP’ — it was postmodern ideas of horizontalism and intersectionality, writes Robert Daw.
Sean Meleady sheds light on contemporary ‘gun rights’ activism in the USA and discusses the work and politics of the Socialist Rifle Association.
Jess Duggan discusses the differing impact of incarceration on women in Britain and argues there are lessons to be learned both in contemporary calls for reform and in a future socialist society.
Katie Heslop discusses ideological hegemony at one of Britain’s most venerable universities and the experience of working class students there.
Nick Wright argues that the new centrist analysis of the party’s last election disaster raises more problems than it solves — and the answers to those questions are anything but a rush back towards administering neoliberalism.
Morgan Finnie responds to a wealthy business owner who claimed to run ‘a feminist brothel’ in New Zealand, where prostitution is legal.
Marking the 36th Anniversary of the foundation of the iconic Lesbians & Gays Support the Miners movement of the mid-1980s, Joe Weaver discusses the significance of Pride and what lessons can be learned today.