Volume 28 No.3
Emily Robinson and Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite
THE NHS AFTER COVID-19
Steve Iliffe and Richard Bourne
The NHS – from stalled bureaucracy to ‘Era 3’
Foundational Economy Collective
FREE TO READ – Accidents will happen? Lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic
Making pandemic politics transparent: lessons from Nigeria
LIBERALISM AND ITS DISCONTENTS
Katrina Forrester interviewed by Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite
FREE TO READ – Liberal egalitarianism: what’s worth salvaging?
Vernacular social democracy and the politics of Labour
Raymond Aron and the contested legacy of ‘Cold War liberalism’
The fascist virus is back again
THE LABOUR PARTY – PAST AND FUTURE
Sebastian Jobelius and Konstantin Vössing
FREE TO READ – Social democracy, party of values
Labour Together’s election review
Election 2019 and the newer left
Guy Ortolano interviewed by Alex Campsie
On urbanism and optimism
Looking for a fight
THE FUTURE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY: NEW BOOKS
Jonathan Reynolds MP
Mehmet Erman Erol
Between ‘national liberalism’ and ‘progressive internationalism’: quo vadis globalisation?
Latest from the Blog
Why did so many people vote for the cynicism and egoism that Donald Trump represents? Thad Williamson examines the reasons for Trump’s success, and suggests that we must make political struggles and material interests central to our analyses of social justice.
Joe Guinan talks to Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite about the outcome of the US election, the unfolding crises of Covid19, the openings for a transformative political economy and what the strategies for the left of the Democratic party should be now.
Joe Biden is now President-Elect of the United States, partly because Donald Trump’s own efforts to steal the vote using suppression, legal challenges, and the power of timing narrowly failed. Andrew R. Hom explores the GOP’s use of creative re-timing in its efforts to time the cast and then time the count.