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The Left Enters the EU Debate - is Another Europe Possible?

by Josiah Mortimer

So far the campaign to keep the UK in the European Union has been dominated by dry number-crunching and business arguments. With the launch of an explicitly left wing campaign to reimagine the EU, could another Europe be possible?

OMFG: What is Islamophobia?

Ash Sarkar examines how a state-sponsored distrust of 'Muslimness' in the west has led to the emergence of new racisms, blurring the boundaries between scientific and cultural definitions.


Political Repression in Turkey

Ash Sarkar is joined by Kamran Matin, Ayse Zarakol and Aaron Bastani to situate recent state attacks on dissidents within a historical context, examining the evolution of the AKP and the Kurdish movement.

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The Empire Strikes Back: On Britain, Syria, and Military Involvement

by Julian Ratcliffe

Sunday Long Read: While Corbyn became embroiled in the specifics of the case for British airstrikes in Syria, comments from a prominent Tory demonstrated the Empire-era worldview still held by Conservatives.

IMO: #Reshuffle – What went down?

The media were up all night anticipating a ruthless purge from the Corbyn team - what followed was relatively minor but where does it leave the party ahead of 2020 and has anyone actually heard of the supposed Labour heavyweights who resigned in protest?


IMO: No We Khan’t? We Need to Talk About Sadiq

In this new years IMO, Aaron Bastani looks ahead to the London mayoral race and wonders what it can tell us about Corbyn's chances in 2020 and whether Khan's pro-business front will win him any goodwill from Londoners.