International

Kharkiv: a city on the frontline of anti-imperialist struggle

by Colin Turbett

Colin Turbett reports from the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, where trade unionists and community activists are defending their neighbours against the backdrop of war.

Kharkiv: a city on the frontline of anti-imperialist struggle

Anti-fascists demand freedom for Zaragoza Six

by Jennifer Debs

Jennifer Debs reports on the international campaign to free the Zaragoza Six.

Anti-fascists demand freedom for Zaragoza Six

The liquid imperialism that engulfed Syria

by Yassin al-Haj Saleh

Regional and global powers, internal colonialism and Salafi-jihadist subterfuge converged to short-circuit the Syrian struggle against despotism, writes Yassin al-Haj Saleh.

The liquid imperialism that engulfed Syria

Review: Greater than the Sum of our Parts

by Mary McGregor

Mary McGregor reviews Nada Elia's Greater than the Sum of Our Parts: Feminism, Inter/Nationalism, and Palestine.

Review: Greater than the Sum of our Parts

The Nakba at 75: Justice for all Palestinians

by Malaka

Malaka, a Palestinian resident of Dundee, writes on the 75th anniversary of the Nakba.

The Nakba at 75: Justice for all Palestinians

Tom Nairn was wrong on Ireland

by Chris Beausang

Tom Nairn's seminal 1977 text The Break-Up of Britain betrays a woeful understanding of Ireland and the role played there by British imperialism, writes Chris Beausang.

Tom Nairn was wrong on Ireland

Nablus, mountain of fire — centre of a new Palestinian resistance

by Mary McGregor

Mary McGregor reports from a recent solidarity visit to Palestine with the Dundee-Nablus Twinning Association.

Nablus, mountain of fire — centre of a new Palestinian resistance

Fascism, Putin and the nature of the Russian state

by Allan Armstrong

Allan Armstrong examines the nature of the Russian state under Vladimir Putin and his 'little helpers' on the left.

Fascism, Putin and the nature of the Russian state

Notre Dame, eco-colonialism, and The Wretched of Pakistan

by Ali Khan

The muted altruistic response to Pakistan’s calamitous flooding reveals the persistence of colonial priorities of the Global North.

Notre Dame, eco-colonialism, and The Wretched of Pakistan

Ukrainian history holds lessons for Scottish socialists

by Alice Rosmer

A new book tells the fraught story of the Ukrainian working class movement, its political parties and organisations, and how they faced up to the national question amid the revolutionary tumult of the year 1917.

Ukrainian history holds lessons for Scottish socialists