Labour strategies that try to win over English workers through patriotic appeals are both condescending and self-defeating.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s turn to the populist right is a watershed moment in British politics.
Far from vanquished, Blairites are playing a long game to win back the Labour Party.
Britain is a nation in crisis and decline. But the Right doesn't have to remain in the driver's seat.
The British left can't look to Jeremy Corbyn to carry them to victory by himself.
The British Leave vote cannot be reduced to racism — but that is the primary way the outcome will be experienced.
The European Union is brutal and undemocratic — ignoring that just gives the Right more power.
The British media has launched a vicious campaign against Jeremy Corbyn because he threatens the powers that be.
Corbyn has said that his campaign is about turning the Labour Party into a social movement. That's the only chance he has.
Make no mistake — it's European governments who are to blame for the deadly migrant crisis.
Jeremy Corbyn may not be able to save the Labour Party, but there's a reason why the British establishment fears him.
No, the British Labour Party didn't lose last month because they were too left-wing.
Yesterday's British election was about the collapse of the Labour Party — and where we go from here.
In France, police bravely defend liberal democracy from an eight-year-old boy.
The murder of Charlie Hebdo journalists is appalling. But we should fear the coming Islamophobic backlash.
Bono and other philanthropic capitalists push charity to defend property.
The media bashing of “outside agitators” in Ferguson plays into the hands of the Right.
However distorted and exaggerated, antisemitism is a real current in France that needs to be confronted.
US corporations are sitting on $2 trillion and the public sector is suffering massive budget shortfalls. Yet the Economist can't imagine the two are connected.
Austerity won't bring us out of the crisis, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t rational for elites.