Gustavo Petro, a guerilla fighter turned socialist politician, narrowly saw off the centre-right Rodolfo Hernandez last week to continue the flow of the Pink Tide across Latin America. Continue reading Petro’s pro-environment victory keeps Pink Tide flowing in South America
Giorgia Meloni’s right-wing Brothers of Italy party has waited in the shadows. They’re now the driving force of the Italian centre-right. Continue reading The Italian right has a new leader
The RMT’s holdout have shown that unions are back – workers must get in on the action in a post-Covid economy. Continue reading You gotta fight for your right to (party) strike!
The mounting cost-of-living crisis in the UK has led thousands of people to take to the streets of London. Continue reading Pictures: Thousands protest cost-of-living crisis in London
The PGA Tour isn’t perfect – but there’s no reason to defect to a tournament which aims to burnish the reputation of a despotic regime. Continue reading LIV Golf tournament is next step in sportswashing for Saudi Arabia
The unprecedented cost of clinical negligence claims on the NHS, both in legal costs and compensatory damages, is not financially sustainable, and significant change is urgently needed. Continue reading NHS Clinical Negligence claims – should the UK move to a ‘no fault’ New Zealand system?
By boosting Poland’s international standing and reducing the credibility of the main EU powers on security issues, the war in Ukraine has opened up a range of possibilities for Warsaw’s right-wing government to increase its influence and re-shape the current system of European alliances. Continue reading How has the Russian invasion of Ukraine affected the Polish government’s EU strategy?
Dubbed ‘Putin’s brain’, he was reviled by one Western commentator as “the most dangerous philosopher in the world”.
Some repudiate him as a Russian fascist who convinced Putin to invade Ukraine. Continue reading Russia-Ukraine War: What the Free World must know about “Putin’s brain” Alexander Dugin
For Moira and thousands of other Britons who are desperate to help and anxiously waiting for an update, the process remains aggravatingly slow Continue reading ‘A token paperwork exercise’: Inside the fight to help Ukrainian refugees
The Putin regime’s actions and statements which have been shocking Western commentators since around the end of February should surprise nobody. Continue reading Anti-Semitism and conspiracy theories are now at the heart of Russian politics