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Triumph of Afro-Caribbean art

April 24 2014

Roy Williams Kingston 14 Theatre Royal, Stratford; ends April 26

The internet in the epoch of decline

March 27 2014

Extravagant revolutionary claims are made for new digital media and the technological avant-garde. The truth, argues Paul Demarty, is more complicated

Pete Seeger: The art of folksong

March 06 2014

Pete Seeger, May 3 1919 - January 27 2014

Harriet Harman: More manufactured hysteria

March 06 2014

As the Daily Mail smears Labour MPs for links to paedophiles - Paul Demarty wonders whether it doth protest too much

Storm clouds over Sochi

February 13 2014

Harley Filben on the intersection of sport and Vladimir Putin's reactionary-populist agenda

Storms, floods and a deluge of crap

February 13 2014

Natural flood management is part of the solution, not dredging. But if we seriously want to preserve and restore nature, argues Eddie Ford, then we need to challenge capitalism

Iran Review: Outrage comes cheap

February 06 2014

Tom Munday reviews: Negar Azarbayjani, 'Facing mirrors', 2011

Art: Postmodernism, fetishism and Marxism

February 06 2014

Libertarianism is no substitute for a Marxist critique, writes Rex Dunn, as the ‘racist chair’ controversy continues to rage

ISNetwork: Bondage and bigotry

January 30 2014

The International Socialist Network has split - over a work of art. Paul Demarty is bemused

Isaac Asimov: Mantle of optimism

January 09 2014

Fifty years ago, Isaac Asimov is said to have successfully envisioned how things would be today. Daniel Harvey exam ines the claims

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