Chris Slee reviews Yuliya Yurchenko’s book, Ukraine and the Empire of Capital. Published in 2018, it traces Ukraine's evolution since 1991, when the Soviet Union was dissolved and Ukraine became independent.
Rihab Charida told a Nakba event about her work in Lebanon in the Palestinian refugee camps recording the stories of her elders which are at risk of being lost forever.
In Tongerlongeter: First Nations Leader and Tasmanian war hero, historians Henry Reynolds and Nicolas Clements revive the history of Tasmania's First Nations peoples' resistance to invasion and colonisation. Alex Salmon reviews.
Poetry by Jepke Goudsmit.
Mat Ward looks back at May's political news and the best new music that related to it.
Belvoir St Theatre's Artistic Director Eamon Flack on telling the stories and imagining the realities of climate change.
Maree F Roberts reviews two books that "illuminate the integrated structure of capital and politics, specifically the roll-call of personnel that constitute the co-conspirators in the 'redistribution' of wealth away from those who produce it".
Why will the generations born since the mid 1980s most likely be financially poorer than previous generations? Mick Bull looks at this and other questions posed by Alison Pennington in her new book Gen F’d?
The Circle of Silence is a work of witness, remembrance and hope, writes Learo Earle.
Simon Butler reviews Ian Angus’s new book, The War Against the Commons, which vividly retells the story of how land that had been shared for centuries was privatised by force and deception in England, Wales and Scotland.
As we prepare to join the global Palestinian diaspora in remembering the ethnic cleansing of 1948, Folke Bernadotte's personal story illuminates Zionism in action, writes Ken Blackman.
Film and TV writers began their strike on May 1 in Hollywood and New York, to demand a living wage and job security amid an explosion in profits in the streaming era, reports Malik Miah.
Many US states have passed laws penalising companies that use boycotts to pressure Israel on its human rights record, writes Selma Dabbagh. Julia Bacha’s 2021 documentary Boycott tells the story of these efforts to stifle dissent.
The remarkable and outstanding Harry Belafonte died on April 25 at the age of 96. He lived a full life as a political activist and encouraged young people to be more angry and rebellious, writes Malik Miah.
Mat Ward looks back at April's political news and the best new music that related to it.
Saul Griffiths has demonstrated that 100% renewable energy would help the US and Australia not reach the climate targets, surpass them and raise export earnings. Elena Garcia reports.