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Keeping Up the PressureIs George Bush facing 'tipping point' over the war in Iraq - the point when the majority of US opinion turns finally and permanently against the war?
Nothing but ContemptAs if the murder of Jean Charles de Menezes, the innocent Brazilian man shot at Stockwell tube on 22 July by the Metropolitan Police, was not shocking enough, the behaviour of the police since has been appalling.
The Challenge for the Anti-War Movementby Lindsey German
Recent events make it even more important for anti-war protesters to take to the streets, argues Lindsey German.
'The Thrashing Around of the Beast'by Peter Morgan
American journalist and writer Mark Danner explains to Peter Morgan why support for the Bush administration is slipping.
US Imperialism: The Cracks in the US Machineby Walden Bello and John Rees
Behind the military superiority of the US empire lie major weaknesses. Walden Bello and John Rees discuss the problems facing America's rulers.
Heathrow Dispute: Bring the Bosses Down to Earthby The Walrus
Strikes and solidarity are needed to bring the Gate Gourmet bosses' union busting operation to a standstill, argues The Walrus.
Obituary: 'In the Tail of Trotsky's Comet'by Susan Weissman
Susan Weissman pays tribute to the Mexican artist and son of Victor Serge, Vlady Kibalchich, who died recently.
The Other Iranby Peyman Jafari
Peyman Jafari examines Iran's recent history of struggle, and looks at the challenges facing activists today.
Iran: A Cinema Born Out of Poetry and Resistanceby Naz Massoumi
Iranian films reflect the contradictions of their society, argues Naz Massoumi.
Evil Paradise: An Artist's Vision of Dubai in the Futureby Mike Davis
Mike Davis asks if the road to the future ends at Dubai.
Global Faultlinesby Chris Harman
Chris Harman identifies three problems facing global capitalism.
We Know Where You Liveby Martin Empson
Google's new software makes the world smaller.
Not a Level Playing Fieldby Andrew Stone
Andrew Stone considers the politics of cricket.
The Legacy of Gleneaglesby Jimmy Ross
In last month's Socialist Review Noam Chomsky challenged the agenda of the G8 summit in Gleneagles ('Our World is Not for Sale').
Media's Cultural Offensiveby Dave Weltman
Hassan Mahamdallie's interview with the author of Communists in Harlem (July/August SR) usefully shows how objective racist divisions and inequalities in the US in the 1930s were supported by deep-rooted sensitivities and strictures concerning social mixing.
Coming Together against Racismby Adam Kelwick
Like every other person who stands for peace, my heart dropped and I had a huge lump in my throat when I heard the news about the explosions in London on 7 July.
Hiroshima Hypocrisyby Eddie McDonnell
'Blair now wants to start a new nuclear missile programme', wrote Mary Black and Andrew Stone (July/August SR).
Profiting from Povertyby Dave Crouch
The strongest arguments for socialism are the simplest ones.
Beneath the Veneer of the American Dreamby Xanthe Whittaker
David Cronenberg takes a disturbing look at violence in the US, says Xanthe Whittaker.
Wandering Around Like Zombiesby Mark Butcher
Review of 'Land of the Dead', director George A. Romero
The Famous Fiveby Sarah Ensor
Review of 'Pride and Prejudice', director Joe Wright
Everything is Not What it Seemsby Pete Glatter
Review of '4 (Chetyre)', director Ilya Khrzhanovsky
Inspiring a New Generationby Alan Miles
Alan Miles introduces his new film about Rock against Racism.
Movienewsby Stephen Philip
Blockbusters stall - Film funding in France and Italy - Two new British movies
Flick the SwitchReview of 'Switch Triptych', Riot Group, Edinburgh Fringe and London
Mainstream News and Fringe Theatreby Keith McKenna
Edinburgh Fringe Roundup
Video, TV, DVD
Making Wavesby Pat Stack
Review of 'The Making of Rocky Road', director Paul Duane and 'Rocky Road to Dublin', director Peter Lennon
Life in the Fast Laneby Clare Fermont
Review of 'Head-On', director Fatih Akin
He is Something Else!by Peter Segal
Ornette Coleman celebrated his 75th birthday by playing a series of concerts in England recently. Peter Segal looks at his life and work.
The Year of the Roosterby Ian Rappel
Avian flu could kill millions, says Ian Rappel.
Rising to the Challengeby Chris Bambery
Review of 'Easter 1916', Charles Townshend, Penguin £20
Freedom and Responsibilityby Rebecca Pitt
Review of 'Simone de Beauvoir', Lisa Appignanesi, Haus Publishing £9.99
Hero or Sneak?by Chanie Rosenberg
Review of 'Comrade Pavlik', Catriona Kelly, Granta £17.99
Digging for the Truth by Christophe Chataigné
Review of 'The Massacre at El Mozote', Mark Danner, Granta £8.99
Back in the Ex-USSR by Mike Haynes
Review of 'Virtual Politics', Andrew Wilson, Yale University Press £20
King of the Castleby Colin Wilson
Review of 'I Am Alive and You Are Dead', Emmanuel Carrère, Bloomsbury £17.99
Anything Goesby Tom Behan
Review of 'Not A Normal Country', Geoff Andrews, Pluto Press £15.99
The Great Leap Forwardby Charlie Hore
Review of 'The Changing Face of China', John Gittings, Oxford University Press £18.99
Frayed at the Edgesby Sabby Sagall
Review of 'The Question of Zion', Jacqueline Rose, Princeton University Press £12.99
Rhetoric and Practiceby Michael McDonnell
Review of 'The Politics of Human Rights', Tony Evans, Pluto Press £14.99
Well Meaning but Misguidedby Ian Birchall
Review of 'The Terror', David Andress, Little, Brown £20.00