A sideways look: Water scams

March 20th: In Ireland, a 2010 structural adjustment programme ordered the country to start charging domestic customers for water, where previously it was included in local taxation.

Britain After Brexit

March 1st: Jon Bigger writes on the likely scene awaiting us and the UK’s decline as a world power – with or without the EU.

Italian anarchists for the general women’s strike

February 26th: The Italian Anarchist Federation writes on why it will be mobilising for the global strike initiative on March 8th, amid an atmosphere of reaction which has been driving repressive reforms.

Gender egalitarianism vs patriarchy theory

January 29th: Were early human societies egalitarian?

From eXile to Dirtbag: Edgelord geopolitics and the rise of “National Bolshevism”

January 23rd: Alexander Reid Ross takes an in-depth look at the genesis of the new Red fascism as it metastasized in Russia and spread to the alt right in the US.

Italian anarchists on the extradition of Cesare Battisti

January 21st: The former armed strugglist, active in the 1970s as part of an autonomist Marxist cell, was recently captured and flown to Italy from Bolivia after 38 years on the run.

Brexit Anarchy: We Need to Take Back Control from Westminster

January 18th: One of the phrases that came out of the Brexit referendum campaign time and time again was “taking back control”, writes Jon Bigger.

Universal Credit delayed, and the false dawn of basic income

January 14th: On the same weekend the BBC finally screened Ken Loach’s harrowing “I Daniel Blake”, the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions announced she was reviewing the roll-out of Universal Credit, the government’s notorious new benefit system.

Radical media and the blurred lines of ‘red’ fascism

January 13th: Javier Sethness looks at the modern rise of “red-brown” politics and its infection of the left through the lens of a recent Indy Media on Air showing with prominent radical media figure Chris Burnett, which gave Assadist hardliner Vanessa Beeley a platform offering oddly softball questions.

Portugal: The dockers’ struggle

January 2nd: Pedro Friere takes a deep dive into the background of dockworker strikes in Portugal, which kicked off spectacularly in November with casualised workers taking action in Setúbal and overtime bans linked to proposed pay cuts holding across most of the country’s major ports.