• Varoufakis: erratic Marxist?

    Fred Weston analyses the arguments of Varoufakis, the Greek Finance Minister, who presents himself as an "erratic" Marxist, but who is, in fact, a classic reformist who believes that a solution to the present crisis can be found within the capitalist system itself - something which Marx never stood for. Read More +
  • Crisis in the Middle East and the decline of US imperialism

    Yemen has become the latest country emboiled by the crisis in the Middle East and the proxy wars of the imperialists. Hamid Alizadeh looks at the tensions in the region, which are due, ultimately, to the declining power of US imperialism. Read More +
  • What will socialism look like?

    For many today, it is clear what we are fighting against: corruption, crisis and austerity. Ben Gliniecki examines what we are fighting for: how might a new society work? In what way would our individual lives be affected? What will socialism look like? Read More +
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  • Review: "The Emperor's New Clothes" - a voice for the unheard

    Marika Lysandrou reviews The Emperor’s New Clothes, a new documentary starring comedian-turned-activist Russell Brand, which acts as a megaphone for the normally untold stories of the young, the unemployed, the disabled and all those marginalised by the capitalist system – and it’s a megaphone that’s not falling on deaf ears.

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  • What future for Labour?

    We publish here a letter from Darrall Cozens, longstanding member of the Coventry NW Labour Party and President of the Coventry TUC (personal capacity), who comments on the upcoming elections and points out the options facing the Labour leaders: either fight for a genuine socialist alternative, or carry out cuts and see support for the party wither even further. 

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  • Revolution 2015: a weekend of revolutionary ideas and socialist alternatives

    Socialist Appeal and the Marxist Student Federation invite our activists, supporters, and readers to Revolution 2015 - a weekend of talks, discussions, and debates about revolutionary ideas and socialist alternatives, covering Marxist theory, history, current events, and action. Hosted by the UCLU Marxist Society on the weekend of 26-28th June - book your tickets now!

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  • No Coalition of cuts! Fight to change the system!

    As the general election approaches, the working class face a bleak future. The Tory party promises to “finish the job” through increased austerity. The Labour leaders, meanwhile, want to continue the austerity but in a more “humane“ fashion. A clear alternative to austerity is needed. The leaders of the Left and the labour movement must fight for bold socialist policies.

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  • Review: West End’s “Golem” explores antagonism between mankind and machine

    Theatre company 1927, with their critically-acclaimed show Golem, have powerfully highlighted the contradictory and alienating nature of technology within modern-day capitalism. As this superbly created satire asks: in this era of monolithic multinational monopolies such as Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook, is it we who control technology, or does technology control us?

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