Category Archives: Other World
Jonathan Cook show how the UK’s “liberal-left” Observer and Guardian newspapers fought on behalf of the neo-liberal establishment to keep Jeremy Corbyn out of the Labour leadership, only to discredit themselves in eyes of their readers.
Stuart Littlewood argues that while Jeremy Corbyn’s pledge to build a "kinder politics” may be commendable, lack of coherence, too much slack and allowing the unions to dictate what is debated could be his undoing.
Lawrence Davidson views the present refugee crisis, triggered by the armed conflicts in the Arab world, in the context of the post-World War II – and continuing – demise of the homogeneous state.
Jamal Kanj says Jeremy Corbyn has a unique chance to do what other progressive leaders failed to achieve by reaching out to marginalised British voters and working with the Scottish National Party.
Alan Hart reflects on the failure of leadership by US President Obama to effectively deal with the Syrian catastrophe at the time when a little common sense politics could have led to a peaceful solution.
Lawrence Davidson explains why the US government and media are silent on their Israeli and Saudi allies’ support for America’s enemies, Al-Qaeda and Islamic State, and why Washington opposes Russia’s efforts to help Syria’s fight against these Islamist terrorists.
Jamal Kanj argues that the embryo of the refugee crisis facing Europe today was yesterday’s support for the Security Council-sanctioned war on Libya and the assistance given to“freelance” fighters in Syria.