In the introduction to his first book, The Ambiguities of Power: British Foreign Policy Since 1945, historian Mark Curtis notes two broad approaches are available to those attempting to understand … Read More
Election week is here and it seems all but certain that a Labour-led government will come into power after the 17th of October. Though the outcome seems clear among major … Read More
People’s Voice editor Dave McKee speaks with Karl Dockstader from One Dish One Mic Indigenous Media about the struggle against colonialism and the criminalization of Indigenous media.
The extradition hearing of Julian Assange concluded on October 1, with the verdict likely to be pronounced in January next year. Assange, who has been under judicial custody since April … Read More
The Socialist Forum of Ghana celebrated the life and achievements of Ghana’s national liberation leader Kwame Nkrumah despite ongoing efforts by the ruling elites to discredit his contributions.
Joe Weaver discusses the Battle of Cable Street’s historical importance for the working class, as well as the lessons it continues to provide for young people facing right-wing bigotry today.
Hector McLachlan investigates the neglect of musicians in Aotearoa and identifies the root of their mistreatment – monopoly capitalism.
Zebedee Schrader reports on urban bus drivers getting a living wage and the curious involvement of NZTA.
The rise of anti-lockdown protests are due in part to the beginnings of a fascist movement in Aotearoa, writes Hector McLachlan