The RSP are reposting this interview by Shaun Matsheza and Nick Buxton with two activists on the editorial board of the left Commons journal that explores and analyses Ukraine’s economy, politics, history and culture.
RSP members recently voted to affiliate to the Ukraine Solidarity Campaign and to publicly endorse the following statement.
The Republican Socialist Platform is a signatory to this international statement of solidarity with the uprising in Kazakhstan.
Paul Inglis reviews The Workers’ Movement and the National Question in Ukraine, 1897-1918 by Marko Bojcun from the perspective of a pro-independence socialist in Scotland.
Jack Ferguson reviews the results of the Netherlands’ recent election, and asks what space there is for the left in a political environment dominated by the right
The Republican Socialist Platform is deeply concerned to learn that William Aitken, a Scottish man who lives and works in Barcelona, remains in jail a month after his arrest over his alleged participation in protests against the disgraceful imprisonment of Catalan rapper Pablo Hasél.
Séamus McGuigan argues that, by pursuing an emphatically pro-NATO foreign policy, the SNP are playing a losing game with potentially disastrous consequences.
Lorena Serantes analyses the revived affection on the Spanish left for the regional parties, arguing that right-wing regionalism can never be an antidote to right-wing centralism.
The Republican Socialist Platform condemns in the strongest possible terms the imprisonment of Catalan rapper Pablo Hasél.
RSP member Lorena Serantes explores ideological shifts within the Catalan political parties ahead of next week’s crucial election.