Financial masters V governments

Joshua Banerjee says governments need to reassert their control over transnational financial markets.

‘I, Daniel Blake’ is care in the community

Keith Stoddart explains how to put on a show.

Automation: friend or foe?

Sarah Collins looks at the implications of new technology for work.

Solidarity with the Kurds

Stephen Smellie reports on the background to intimidation of Kurds in Scotland.

Criticising Israel and fighting antisemitism

Henry Maitles is a Jewish anti-racist and Professor of Education at the University of the West of Scotland.

Gramsci and Scotland revisited

Ray Burnett reprises his role as a cheerleader for Antonio Gramsci in Scotland.

Let’s make no mistake on Trump

Paul Malgrati continues our critical examination of the Trump phenomenon.

Update from the Jimmy Reid Foundation

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Book Review

Sean Sheehan reviews ' Capitalism and Desire: The Psychic Cost of Free Markets' by Todd McGowan.

Book Review

Colin Darroch reviews 'Our Revolution by Bernie Sanders'.

Book Review

A Wealthier, Fairer Scotland: The Political Economy of Constitutional Change, ed. Michael Keating, Edinburgh University Press, £14.99 paperback, £75.00 hardback ISBN 9781474416436   Reviewed by Robin Jones  ‘The true way to give the Scots more control over their future,’ wrote Margaret Thatcher in the Scotsman, is...