Winston Churchill has become all but deified in modern Britain. But in his own lifetime, Churchill was often recognized for who he really was: an unrepentant imperialist and racist, a foe of trade unions and women’s rights, and a defender of elite privilege.
Tariq Ali is an editor of New Left Review.
Despite four decades of imperial interventions, the United States was defeated in Afghanistan. Tariq Ali explains the long history of meddling in Afghanistan — and why the US’s defeat will set back the broader project of American military supremacy.
Tariq Ali, the legendary leftist writer, editor, and filmmaker, recalls his time with John Lennon and Mick Jagger at the height of the 1960s upheavals.
For three decades, the “extreme center” has silenced all alternatives to neoliberalism, presenting itself as above challenge. But as Tariq Ali insists, there is an alternative — and Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour is offering it.
One hundred years after the Russian Revolution, Vladimir Lenin’s ideas on democracy, terrorism, and revolution still matter.
Economic crisis alone won’t end US imperialism. Only a political threat from below can do that.
Video of a forgotten tribunal against US crimes in Vietnam.
Stuart Hall was, first and foremost, a person driven by political commitment.
Ralph Miliband was no patriot. He was a stern critic of the British ruling elite and its institutions.