Feature Articles

Checking in With Dave Zirin: Kaepernick, COVID and the MLB Playoffs

The Climate Movement’s Last Stand?

The Political Economy of Timber Theft

The CIA’s View of Left Political Parties in Afghanistan, 1948-79

What Happens in the Red States

The Collapse of Liberal Zionism

Andrew Cockburn on Power, Profit, and the American War Machine

If You Work in the U.S., You Don’t Know How Bad You Have It

Counter-Revolution in Arabia

The 50 Greatest Singles: an Exercise in the Absurd

Smoke and Ruins: Deep Time in Paquimé

The Murky Politics of Film Noir

Nazis in the Heartland

Michael Roberts on American Imperialism and Marx’s Law of Profitability

Tesla and the Anthropocene

The War on Terror, Twenty Years and Counting

Hitchcock’s Sabotage: Film as Terrorism

Arendt and QAnon

9/11: The Doctrines of Bush, Obama, Trump & Biden

Central America’s Forgotten History

9/11 and the American Mind

Republicanism For The Anthropocene

Up in Smoke

The Other Forever War

JP Sottile on Biden’s Infrastructure Bill

The Dollar General Theory of Money and Employment

The Earth Burns and the Free Market Won’t Save Us

I, Ken Loach

The Curious Case of Stephen Breyer

Sports Boycotts & Apartheid

Generation of Vipers

Robert Hunziker on the Climate Apocalypse Now

India’s New IT Rules Paving Way for Legitimised Surveillance

Pierre’s Razor

The Gunning of America

Fannie Lou Hamer and the Ongoing Struggle for Voting Rights

The Windsors: A Major Counter-Revolutionary Backstop For Bourgeois Britain 

An Encounter at Nez Perce Creek

Rebirth of a Nation: US History According to DW Griffith

We Don’t Need to Wait for Centuries to Build a Better World

Trial By Fire: Too Hot to Handle?

Eileen Jones on American Movies, Why So Many Films Suck, and Her Top 5 Films Leftists Must See

Buy Them Up!: Why We Must Nationalize the Banks

Sorry Twitter. It Wasn’t Personal. It’s Political.

Walking Around Blind Without a Cane

Is Cinema Dead Again?

Killing Castro

They Called Him Star Child

Hold Up The Mirror Of Human Trafficking And What Do You See?

The Assault on Critical Race Theory