British Foreign Policy
Analysis: Why the largest strike in history in India is a problem for the British state
The largest strike in history rocks the Modi regime in India, a key ally of the UK
THE largest strike in world history, with perhaps 200 million workers taking part, rocked the Hindu nationalist government of Narendra Modi in India.
Between 9-10 January workers across the private and public sectors engaged in the strike instigated by the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (Citu).
State-backed Integrity Initiative confirms meeting with Herald journalist for Scotland briefing
CommonSpace among Scottish media and political actors listed in leaks from British state-backed 'infowar' outfit
THE shadowy charity accused of running a British state-backed campaign against Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has confirmed it held a meeting with a leading Scottish journalist during which they were briefed on how "vulnerable" Scots were to Russian influence.
Robin McAlpine: Nicola Sturgeon is alienating the indy movement and trampling on decades of SNP foreign policy over Russia
CommonSpace columnist and Common Weal director Robin McAlpine says Nicola Sturgeon has linked arms with Theresa May on British foreign policy over Russia and it does not bode well for the indy movement
A FEW years ago when I was deeply involved in the campaign to stop the SNP reversing its position on Nato membership, one of the arguments I made forcibly was that Nato is not a 'club' but an ideology.