Uneven and Combined Development: Modernity, Modernism, Revolution (1): The Classic Forms of Uneven and...

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.

revolutionary reflections | You can’t stop Wapping by marching past it: An Interview with...

Sherrl Yanowitz, who sadly died in June last year - Obituary Sherrl Yanowitz 1942-2016 - played an active role in the dispute at Wapping in 1986-87 when workers fought against Rupert Murdoch's attempt to...

revolutionary reflections | The Crisis in German Politics and the Rise of the Radical...

2016 has been a year in which right – wing and authoritarian agendas have been in the ascendant. With the French and German elections next year we will see if this trend continues....

revolutionary reflections | A Hot Winter in South Korea – an historic opportunity in...

South Korea is being racked by arguably one of the biggest protest movements in the country's history which has culminated in today's impeachment of the president. Jeon Ji-yun from the South Korean anti-capitalist group Solidarity...

revolutionary reflections | For Another Europe (Part 2) The European Social Model (ESM), Social...

With Brexit the EU has never been a more controversial and critical issue for left political strategy. In the second of a two part piece Ray M. looks at the incorporation of the leadership...

revolutionary reflections | For Another Europe (Part 1)

With Brexit the EU has never been a more controversial and critical issue for left political strategy. In the first of a two part piece Raymond M reviews Guglielmo Carchedi's classic Marxist analysis of...

revolutionary reflections | Towards a Socialist Health Service

The crisis in the NHS has never been greater and resistance is taking new forms as we have seen with the Junior Doctors and Student Nurses. In this piece Mike Downham reflects on his...

revolutionary reflections | Rank and File Organising – Lessons from America Part 2

The International Socialist tradition has always believed in socialism from below – which means that socialism can only come about by the self-activity of the working class. In this interview Ray M and Anindya Bhattacharyya...

revolutionary reflections | Rank and File Organising – Lessons from America 1

The International Socialist tradition has always believed in socialism from below – which means that socialism can only come about by the self-activity of the working class. In this interview Rob Owen spoke...

revolutionary reflections | From the War on Drugs to Black Lives Matter: exposing the...

 The war on drugs has played a significant part in the creation of the prison-industrial complex that has condemned the lives of millions of Black Americans. In this article for Black History Month Laura...