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March 2014 - In this issue...

Ukraine cover isuue 390 April 2014

Ukraine: Torn apart by imperialism

Russia's annexation of Crimea, and the rising tensions between east and west, marks an era of heightened competition between rival imperial powers, argues Rob Ferguson.

Battleground of empires

For several centuries the history of Ukraine has been one of invasion, occupation and domination by successive foreign powers, and resistance to them, writes Sabby Sagal.

After the Coalition budget... more austerity

Frontlines article by Mark L Thomas

Revolt in Bosnia

Frontlines article by Martin Upchurch

Edinburgh College on strike

Anatomy of a strike victory

The current spate of local disputes provides a glimpse of the potential for a fightback. Donny Gluckstein reports on the successful strike at Edinburgh College.

Fighting Spirit

Julie Sherry draws out the wider lessons of the spate of local disputes.

Cairo 2011

Do revolutions always fail?

The counter-revolution in Egypt, together with the confused outcome of the upheavals in Ukraine, has revived the old argument that real popular power is impossible. John Molyneux explains why this is wrong.

The Politics of Tony Benn

Ian Taylor looks at the life and politics of one of the most important and iconic figures of the post-war Labour left.

London 2012

Sport: Capitalism at play

Can Marxism help us make sense of sport? Paul Blackledge mines Tony Collins's Sport in Capitalist Society and Michael Lavalette's collection Capitalism and Sport for some answers.

1914: War in the US coalfields

This month marks the centenary of the Ludlow Massacre when national guardsmen killed 20 striking miners and their families in Colorado. Dave Gibson tells the story of one of the most violent episodes in American history.

Lenin, Luxemburg and the War

John Rose looks at Lenin’s critical response to Rosa Luxemburg’s Junius pamphlet.

Feedback

Letters on offshoring and Trotsky on the role of the individual.

Art and Culture

True detective

TV: Real detectives?

Tracy Martin on the new wave of hard-hitting cop shows.

Exhibition: Cezanne and the Modern

Review by Kate Douglas

Exhibition: Freedom Has No Script

Review by Ben Windsor

Film: The Double

Review by Sally Campbell

Documentary: 20 Feet from Stardom

Review by Hamza Sharif

Rave

History of Hardcore, Jungle, Drum & Bass 1991-97

Music review by Lee Billingham

From the archive...

The American Working Class - June 1986

Duncan Hallas

Book reviews

All that is Solid

All That is Solid

Interview with Danny Dorling

Spy among friends

A Spy Among Friends

Phil Webster

How to be Gay

How to be Gay

Noel Halifax

Diaries

The Kolyma Diaries

Greg Jones

Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Sasha Simic

Out of Time

Out of Time: The Pleasures and Perils of Aging

Rachel Cohen

Why read... 'Left Wing' Communism

Peter Robinson

The Great Miners Strike - Archive

SR cover 1984

Socialist Review - April 1984

SR_May_84

Socialist Review - May 1984

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