Podcast
Burn This Puppy Down!
Daryn Caister | Between Trump, Bernie Sanders, the Brexit vote, the various "springs" around the world etc., one thing is certain: people are pissed and are lashing out.
Blog
Voters surrender to their inner bastard
Laura Brightwell | The first conservative majority government in 20 years was voted in on Friday.
News
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Leo Panitch | We need to abandon the idea of "responsible capitalism." It sounds clunky and doesn't resonate with voters, because it is a contradiction in terms, says Leo Panitch.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | In the annual lecture at the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute, George Monbiot challenges the idea that it's possible to put a price on nature.
Book Review
Lost and Found in London
Kathleen O'Hara | In this excerpt from Lost and Found in London Kathleen's chance encounter with a stranger brings about unexpected change and self-reflection at a time of crisis.
Blog
Gerry Caplan | Nothing makes me appreciate Stephen Harper more than the moral corruption that characterizes political life in the nations to which Canada is closest: the U.S., Britain and France.
News
UK Tar Sands Network | The U.K.'s new trade minister, Stephen Green, is targeted for connections with oil funding.
News
The Ground-Based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance System (GEODSS) facility at Diego Garcia is one of three operational sites worldwide. Photo: United States Air Force photo/Senior Master Sgt. John Rohrer/Wikipedia.
Clency Lebrasse | Six months ago, I described the appalling treatment of the people of the Chagos Islands by the British government. Information was hard to get, then Wikileaks came to the rescue, confirming the worst.
Book Review
Tony Blair: A Journey
Derrick O'Keefe | The 700-page reflections of the former British PM who infamously stood "shoulder-to-shoulder" with George W. Bush contain precious few twists or unexpected insights.
Blog
Marc Gionet | A review of the UK's initial foreign policy statements and its commitment to human rights.
News
The Ground-Based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance System (GEODSS) facility at Diego Garcia is one of three operational sites worldwide. Photo: United States Air Force photo/Senior Master Sgt. John Rohrer/Wikipedia.
Clency Lebrasse | The people of the Chagos Islands were removed by the British government in the 1960s to make way for U.S. bases -- and the people remain stuck.
Blog
Nico Little | The UK government rushed in its ban on mephedrone despite scientific advisers cautioning against it. Where do we go from here?