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John McSweeney reports from Turkey where protests are shaking the country since 28 May 2013. Kicked off by the uprooting of Gezi Park near Taksim Square to make way for a shopping mall, protestors are now rallying and fighting against […]
Prof Kees Van Der Pijl, in this exclusive article, explains the links between finance and the US military-industrial complex in the changes associated with neoliberalism. These consist in the projection of global governance by the West, assured by military build-up, […]
Thom Tyerman reviews Imogen Tyler’s Revolting Subjects: Social Abjection and Resistance in Neoliberal Britain published by Zed Books Taking a wide variety of issues and cases Imogen Tyler provides a comprehensive analysis that displays with clarity the complex workings of neoliberal governmentality […]
Margaret Thatcher is remembered fondly by Britain’s elite. Stuart King explains why.
In the third of our Radical Voices interview series we spoke to anti-racist activist, poet and trade unionist, Zita Holbourne, about the riots, activism, and the fightback against the cuts.
In the second of our Radical Voices interview series we spoke to Marxist scholar Jairus Banaji, author of “Theory as History”, about the impact of neoliberalism on every aspect of our lives, the role of theory in radical politics, and […]
In collaboration with Radio Free Brighton we publish speeches and interviews with the still on-going (and growing in support) occupation of Bramber House at Sussex University. Below you can also see how the university management broke their silence and the […]