Why the Left Needs its own Foreign Policy Think Tank
Right-wing, ‘realist’ thinking has long dominated discussion of international affairs. It’s time that changed, says KAILASH KUTWAROO. A new progressive body is needed to build on the left’s rich tradition of internationalism and peace.
The Lost Hope of ‘The Mighty Micro’
It is more than 40 years since a radical TV series pointed the way to a more humane, computer-based society. CHRIS OLEWICZ wonders why today’s Tory government is still resisting the true potential of new technology to transform our working lives.
Scotland’s Future & the Case for Federalism
Brexit, Covid, and the looming prospect of Scottish independence – why now is the right time to propose a federal model for power sharing. By PAULINE BRYAN
Eric Preston: The ILP’s Optimistic Pessimist
DAVID CONNOLLY celebrates the political thinking of Eric Preston, the ILP activist and theoretician who died a year ago.
Meet the New Boss: Scotland’s New Green Deal
VINCE MILLS surveys the state of Scottish politics after May’s Holyrood elections and finds a new political partnership singing the same old tunes on independence. Scottish Labour needs to spell out a radical alternative.