1. Burma- Can The Junta Survive?, argues that street protests, are the methods of the middle class. Only a working-class uprising, beginning in the factories can topple the Junta.
2. Support The Zimbabwean Workers Now, argues that we cannot place any faith in the actions of Imperialism, or bourgeois democracy to resolve our problems internationally. We need a new International Brigade, to provide direct physical, financial, political, and industrial support for our fellow workers wherever they are.
3. Mandela Madness, argues that the kind of cult of celebrity that has surrounded him, is the opposite of the kind of politics workers need, and that the politics that Mandela represented could provide no progressive solution for workers in South Africa.
4. South Ossetia Victim Of The Rise Of Bourgeois nationalism, argues that we have been witnessing a flush of disputes based on a demand for independence by small nations. Marxists have traditionally described such demands as reactionary, and only to be supported in extreme circumstances. In part, they have also been a proxy for big power manoeuvring on the world stage. The Marxist position is to encourage the greatest unity of workers across national boundaries rather than to advocate or support their splitting up. But, a Left, which in large parts has lost faith in the working-class, has increasingly been inclined to limit its vision to a struggle for bourgeois-democratic demands like self-determination, and to hitch its wagon to anyone advocating them. For some on the left that means supporting reactionary nationalists, for others it means supporting “democratic” imperialism and its allies.
5. Georgia And Russia Out Of Ossetia, argues that Marxists should be militantly neutral to both, and argue instead for building unity between Russian, Georgian, and Ossetian workers for a struggle against their common class enemy.
6. More left Confusion Over War, looks at the Marxist position in relation to Revolutionary defeatism etc.
7. Whoop Ass And Class Politics argues that a Marxist response to events cannot be driven by what might be an instinctive reaction based on moral indignation.
8. Imperialist Hypocrisy, argues that the response of US imperialism, and some of its defenders on the Left, to the Georgian invasion of South Ossetia, is in stark contrast to their reaction to similar situations in Kosovo, Tibet etc.
9. Gates Blows The Gaff, shows that support for Saakashvilli, was misplaced.
10. Crimes And Misdemeanours, examines the Marxist, and petit-bourgeois nationalist response to the conflict in South Ossetia.
11. Third World War compares current conditions with those prior to 1914.
12. Georgian War Crimes, discusses the evidence presented by Newsnight.
13. A new Indictment of Georgia, looks at further evidence presented by Newsnight.
14. Remember This, examines what workers should remember on Remembrance Day.
15. Lessons Of the Spanish Civil War, examines what we could learn in respect of current problems.