The cracks are beginning to show – now more than ever, we must take a stand against international complicity and show solidarity with the Kurdish and Turkish left

When we go into government, we all go into government together

We have the potential to rewrite history if we understand the magnitude of the situation we find ourselves in.

Waking Up the Giant: Political Education and the Labour Movement

The object of socialist political education has to be to continually foster the development, sharpening and intensification of popular demands.

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An independent source of left thought based in the UK.

Crossing the Border of Australian Social Democracy—a roundtable discussion

Australia is a laboratory in the future of global border control systems, with deep investment by parties of the social democratic left. Here, xBorder discuss its operation and opportunities for disruption.

Allende's Cybernetic Revolution: Project Cybersyn, and What We Must Learn

The story of Chilean President Salvador Allende's efforts to secure Chile's road to socialism through cutting-edge central planning

What's so terrifying about the consolidation of Viktor Orbán's regime is how little reassurance it offers to democrats or socialists

Freedom Yet to Come

The Labor Republicans offer ways to help us talk about how work makes us unfree

Mandatory Reselection: A View From the Outside

Every party should let its members pick their candidates at every election; Labour doing so would lead to a better-functioning democracy for everyone.

Mandatory Reselection: Democratising the Party

A statement from Young Labour's National Committee on why it is proposing drastic changes to parliamentary candidate selection.

The Society-Mother Relation: A Review of Jacqueline Rose's Mothers: An Essay on Love and Cruelty

We need more books like "Mothers", more passionate outbursts from academics to wider audiences, more wide net castings and weavings.

SAFTU: A Giant is Risen?

Emerging divisions in the South African trade union movement find their roots in the struggle against Apartheid

Designing the future: a review of Economic Science Fictions

A little over a century ago, there was an expectation that the future was ours to map and manage.