LIKE I say, I get around. Sometimes, though, I even surprise myself.
How have the constituent parts of the British left characterised and behaved towards zionism since 1917 when the Balfour Declaration committed British conservatism to the establishment of a "Jewish home" and the Labour Party adopted a virtually identical policy?
A new book on Rupert Murdoch's mindset is a wake-up call to anyone who values a free press
Reading Martin Miller's work at the same time as Ricky Tomlinson's precis of the Shrewsbury building workers' case, "state terrorism" was uppermost in my mind.
The concept of alienation appears throughout Marx's writings and is especially prominent in the dense and difficult works he wrote in the early 1840s while he was still emerging from the German academic milieu dominated by the shadow of Hegel and his successors.
Heather Rogers's book offers radical and viable alternatives to the environmental crisis brought on by neoliberalism
Rock Creek and other hard places in Japan, Germany and south-east England feature in this month's pick
Unlikely Warriors tells the story of British and Irish volunteers before, during and after their fight for democracy and against fascism in Spain.
"It is one of the greatest ironies," begins Unfree In Palestine, "that as nationalism faded in Europe it waxed in the zionist movement to Palestine and as international law opposed denationalisation, denationalisation in Palestine rose ever higher."
Humanitarian Business exposes the way aid agencies act at the behest of business and political interests
The nine days in Toni Jordan's tale of a working-class Australian family are scattered over seven decades, an archipelago of seemingly unconnected events as witnessed each time by a different member.