In this first of five pieces, Neil Davidson explores Trotsky's history of combined and uneven development and how it helps us understand capitalist modernity.
Neil Davidson remembers Alan Rae (5 July 1950-12 November 2016) in this obituary in the form of a memoir recalling Alan's entire life – and not only his time as a political activist, for Alan had an extremely broad 'hinterland'.
Neil Davidson reviews Steve Fraser's book The Age of Acquiescence: The Life and Death of American Resistance to Organised Wealth and Power.
Neil Davidson discusses the prospects for revolution in Britain in an article originally published on The Conversation.
Building on arguments made in previous articles, Neil Davidson lays out why he believes socialists should vote to leave the EU.
Neil Davidson, in a piece originally published on Bella Caledonia, makes the case from a Scottish perspective about why socialists should support leaving the EU.
Neil Davidson analyses the historic election results in Scotland. If the SNP is to face an opposition from the left, rather the racist right, then unity of both purpose and organisation will be required.
Neil Davidson continues analysis from last night's debate and argues that the coming election is a question of whether Labour are going to be either totally annihilated or just completely crushed in Scotland.
Neil Davidson discusses the disintegration of social democracy and the impasse of the revolutionary left, and asks what attitude revolutionaries should take towards social democratic parties.
Scotland and Spain have both seen mainstream politics in crisis in recent months. Neil Davidson and Luke Stobart discussed the significance of recent events at a meeting organised by rs21 in London on 30 November 2014.