Video game review: This War of Mine

William Cleary reviews a game depicting war from the point of view of civilians caught in the crossfire. Some parts of this review could be considered spoilers. There are events and periods of time that happen...
Women walk through rubble after bombing

Gaza 2014: Israeli barbarity and Palestinian resistance

Sylvia Cooke reviews Max Blumenthal's The 51 Day War: Ruin and Resistance in Gaza (Verso, £14.99 – currently £10.49 including shipping from the Verso website).

Selling Brazil – review of Dave Zirin’s “Brazil’s Dance with the Devil”

Ruth Lorimer reviews Brazil's Dance with the Devil: The World Cup, The Olympics and the Fight for Democracy by Dave Zirin, published by Haymarket Books. Brazil's President Lula, as he left office (as the...
Black Panthers exhibition

Review: Soul of a Nation

Caliban's Revenge finds the current exhibition at Tate Modern a great place for searching for answers in a time of crisis and opportunity. In 1968, at the height of the Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther...

The darkest corners of US military strategy

"If the Americans do this again, we are ready to shed our blood fighting them."
LGSM march across Westminster Bridge

Pride: How solidarity in struggle changed the world for British LGBT people

The new film Pride shows the solidarity between the miners and a group of lesbian and gay supporters during the strike of almost thirty years ago. Struggle can change the world in ways we never...

Book review: Radio Benjamin

Andrew Neeson reviews a collection of Walter Benjamin's radio scripts Radio Benjamin This review first appeared in the Spring 2015 issue of the rs21 magazine In the early days of radio, Marxist critic Walter Benjamin wrote...

Review: The Imperial Radch trilogy

Amy Gilligan reviews Ann Leckie's series of SciFi novels, set in a post-gender galaxy. Recently I found myself racing through Anne Leckie's excellent Imperial Radch trilogy: Ancillary Justice, Ancillary Mercy and Ancillary Sword. It's a great...

Review: America’s Hate Preachers

William C reviews America's Hate Preachers, Hannah Livingston's documentary on the homophobia and Islamophobia of the Christian far-right in the United States. "To me, LGBT stands for Let God Burn Them." The churchgoers laugh as if they're...

Review: Naomi Klein, No is Not Enough

Naomi Klein draws on her past analysis of capitalism in arguing how to defeat the "new shock politics" of Trump, writes Andrew Stone. Donald Trump’s threat of ‘fire and fury’ against North Korea might just...