Britain — Britannia


Omia artikkeleitani — My articles

 

 

Britannian muistoja II, TL:n muistoja, 22.1.2020

Britannian muistoja I, TL:n muistoja, 10.10.2019

Britain's dangerous double games, 5 January 2011

Kansituoleja siirtelemässä, 12.5.2009


Todellinen maailma ja Blairin "visiot"

22.5.2007

The sorry state of Britain

10 March 2006

Lontoon moninaisuutta

23.1.2006

Finnish reactions to London attacks

19 July 2005

Historical roots of Blair's lies

24 September 2003

Labourin kriisi menee syvälle brittiläisen vallankäytön luonteeseen

Suomen Kuvalehti, 2000

Syvänmeren seikkailijanainen

Wave! 2000

Vakoilukuumetta Britanniassa

Suomen Kuvalehti, 24.9.1999

Englantilaisen identiteetin arvoitus

Suomen Kuvalehti, 1999

Tony Blair julistaa näyttävänsä tietä muulle Euroopalle

Ydin, 1998

Tony Blair etsii mallia ihmisarvoiselle yhteiskunnalle

Askel, 1998

Miten uusi on Britannian "Uusi Labour"?

Etelä-Saimaa, 1997

Vallankäytön moniselitteisyys

BBC Finnish Section, 4.1.1996

"Rahanahneus on nyt paljastunut epäjumalanpalvonnaksi"

Kotimaa, 4.2.1994

Britannian Vihreiden ahdinko

BBC Finnish Section, 2.9.1992

Britit etsivät eurooppalaisuuttaan

Kotimaa, elokuu 1992

Mellakat täyttävät poliittista tyhjiötä

Ydin, 1992

Thatcherin eron taustaa

BBC Finnish Section, 23.11.1990

Britit etsivät identiteettiään Persianlahden sodassa

Suomen Kuvalehti, 1991

Pysähtyneisyyden politiikkaa

BBC Finnish Section, 25.10.1991

Eric Heffer — vanhan ajan sosialisti

BBC Finnish Section, 31.5.1991

Voiko viha lauhtua Pohjois-Irlannissa?

Kotimaa, heinäkuu 1990

Kuninkaallista humpuukia

BBC Finnish Section, 21.2.1990

Lontoon East Endin historiaa

BBC Finnish Section, 22.1.1990

Rautarouvan aatemaailma

Suomen Kuvalehti, 1989

Britannian monarkian taikavoima

BBC Finnish Section, 29.8.1989

Lontoon värikkäin kaupunginosa

BBC Finnish Section, 15.8.1989

Thatcheriläinen hegemonia

BBC Finnish Section, 20.1.1989

Two generations

New Society, 3 April 1987

Englantilainen politiikka on yhtä farssia

Suomen Kuvalehti, 4.12.1986

Lakkoja ja IRAn väkivaltaa Toivo Ryhänen, Tapani Lausti, Eva Polttila

YLEn Elävä arkisto, 1984, 1985

 

 

Muiden kirjoittajien artikkeleita — Articles by other writers

Forde Inquiry exposes Labour's biggest problem: Keir Starmer by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 21 July 2022

“A possible coup” against the Labour government? by Richard Norton-Taylor, Declassified UK, 19 July 2022

Is Paul Mason's parliamentary run a Trojan Horse for British intelligence? by Kit Klarenberg, The Grayzone, 16 July 2022

Boris Johnson and the decline of Thatcherism by Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, 14 July 2022

How the ‘permanent government' turned on Boris Johnson by Richard Norton-Taylor, Declassified UK, 13 July 2022

Johnson may be going – but defeating his policies is the bigger battle ahead by Ben Chacko, ZNet, 10 July 2022

Boris Johnson has vandalised the political architecture of Britain, Ireland and Europe by Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian, 8 July 2022

Boris Johnson's Downfall Also Marks Brexit's Final Act by Gary Younge, ScheerPost, 8 July 2022

Boris Johnson is out. But his ugly brand of politics will go on by Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, 7 July 2022

Boris Johnson & the UK Decline by Craig Murray, Consortium News, 7 July 2022

Boris Johnson is finished. But will the rotten system that created him fall too? by Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, 6 July 2022

Is There a Price in Blood for British Foreign Policy? by Peter Oborne, Consortium News, 1 July 2022

The UK government wants to stamp out dissent. Here's how to stop it by Paul Rogers, openDemocracy, 25 June 2022

The Pointless Keir Starmer, CraigMurray.org.uk, 25 June 2022

Exclusive: Jeremy Corbyn on the establishment campaign to stop him becoming PM by Matt Kennard, Declassified UK, 22 June 2022

Your Man in Saughton Jail Part 2, CraigMurray.org.uk, 21 June 2022

Britain is already in the grip of a deep malaise – what happens when zero growth bites? by John Harris, The Guardian, 12 June 2022

Right in front of our eyes, Britain's entire political order is being demolished by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 10 June 2022

Bruce Kent: tributes paid as peace campaigner dies aged 92 by Nadeem Badshah, The Guardian, 9 June 2022

Britain's bumbling foreign policy over Taiwan and Ukraine by Mark Curtis and Richard Norton-Taylor, Declassified UK, 8 June 2022

Boris Johnson: The billionaires' useful idiot by Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, 7 June 2022

The storm clouds of Brexit and Covid have moved on – but Britain just isn't working any more by Simon Jenkins, The Guardian, 5 June 2022

Labour says it is now the true party of patriotism and British values by Toby Helm, The Observer, 4 June 2022

Sue Gray report: What lies ahead for Boris Johnson by Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, 1 June 2022

It's not just Putin – UK ministers are also complicit in war crimes, in Yemen by Katie Fallon, Declassified UK, 30 May 2022

The Britain Project Is the Latest Incarnation of Zombie Blairism by Alex Mair, Jacobin, 29 May 2022

Rampant inflation breaks the status quo – no wonder the government is spooked by Andy Beckett, The Guardian, 27 May 2022

It's time Liz Truss spoke out in defence of democracy in Egypt by Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, 27 May 2022

UK Chancellor Sunak enters Sunday Times Rich List: The face of oligarchic rule in Britain by Simon Whelan, World Socialist Web Site, 22 May 2022

Sinn Féin at the Crossroads by Pauline Hadaway, Brave New Europe, 17 May 2022

Keir Starmer has returned western imperialism to the core of Labour policy by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 16 May 2022

Operation Surprise: leaked emails expose secret intelligence coup to install Boris Johnson by Kit Klarenberg, The Grayzone, 15 May 2022

It's not the break-up of Britain… yet by Adam Ramsay, openDemocracy, 11 May 2022

Labour may think it's moving on, but working-class voters aren't following by Julian Coman, The Guardian, 10 May 2022

US Air Force deployment in Britain is third largest in world by Matt Kennard, Declassified UK, 10 May 2022

How a neo-conservative think tank defined British Muslims by Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, 9 May 2022

With Sinn Féin's victory, tectonic plates have shifted in Northern Ireland by Susan McKay, The Observer 8 May 2022

UK local elections: how London turned from blue to red by Andrew Anthony, The Observer, 8 May 2022

Sinn Féin assembly victory fuels debate on future of union by Rory Carroll, Lisa O'Carroll, Toby Helm, The Observer, 7 May 2022

Life after death for Tony Blair by Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, 3 May 2022

Israel's fortress state is the model for the UK's new asylum policy by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 20 April 2022

When Tony Blair backed Putin's brutal war by Matt Kennard, Declassified UK, 25 March 2022

P&O and the Tory Road to Serfdom by Craig Murray, Brave New Europe, 22 March 2022

War has highlighted the geopolitical folly of Britain's departure from the EU by William Keegan, The Guardian, 20 March 2022

Johnson's cap-in-hand appeal for Saudi Arabia and UAE to increase oil supplies fails by Jean Shaoul, World Socialist Web Site, 18 March 2022

Formula One's hypocrisy problem by Phil Miller, Declassified UK, 18 March 2022

Nato's key role in the UK by Matt Kennard, Declassified UK, 8 March 2022

Britain's occupied territory by Richard Norton-Taylor, Declassified UK, 1 March 2022

Anatomy of a Propaganda Campaign: Jeremy Corbyn's Political Assassination by Florian Zollmann and T.J. Coles, ZNet, 26 February 2022

Your Man with the Petition by Craig Murray, Consortium News, 25 February 2022

Why is there uproar at the smearing of Starmer but not Corbyn? by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 17 February 2022

Starmer's Hymn of Praise to NATO Is Bad History and Worse Politics by Daniel Finn, Jacobin, 12 February 2022

Labour blew $1.3 million pursuing “anti-Semitism” leakers by Asa Winstanley, The Electronic Intifada, 11 February 2022

Blood on London's hands by Anne Cadwallader, Declassified UK, 10 February 2022

To tackle the cost of living crisis, we must end the Great British Rip Off by Laurie Macfarlane, openDemocracy, 9 February 2022

‘Deceitful activities': US expands its intelligence and military presence in UK by Richard Norton-Taylor, Declassified UK, 9 February 2022

Didn't those enraged at Boris Johnson's ‘smears' of Starmer defame Corbyn at every turn? Jonathan Cook Blog, 7 February 2022

How the Establishment Functions, CraigMurray.org.uk, 3 February 2022

The Skimpy Partygate Report by Martin Williams, Consortium News, 1 February 2022

Partygate referees: why are they so spooky? by Phil Miller, Declassified UK, 31 January 2022

Luxury at the top, privation at the bottom: Britain is becoming feudal in its disparities by John Harris, The Guardian, 30 January 2022

It's 50 years since Bloody Sunday, but sectarian tensions are running high by Susan McKay, The Guardian, 30 January 2022

The Tories Hate You by David Renton, Jacobin, 29 January 2022

Rishi Sunak could become PM. Here's what he doesn't want you to know by Adam Bychawski, openDemocracy, 28 January 2022

Boris Johnson's Populism May be Muted, But it is Still Accelerating Britain's Decline by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 25 January 2022

Despite the violent past and toxic present, Britain and Ireland cannot escape the ties that bind by Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian, 23 January 2022

Preston Is Bringing Socialist Ideas to Life by Matthew Brown, Jacobin, 23 January 2022

UK activists keep being acquitted by juries. What does that mean for protest? by Paul Rogers, openDemocracy, 22 January 2022

It's not just Johnson: the whole culture that cheered him on needs booting out by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 20 January 2022

The UK is heading towards authoritarianism by George Monbiot, ZNet, 16 January 2022

Scotland's a conservative country. But Scottish Tories are held back by London HQ by Neal Ascherson, The Guardian, 16 January 2022

Tony Blair's Knighthood by Mika Phipps. ZNet, 14 January 2022

Why Tony Blair is just the right person to get Britain's top honour by Lily Hamourtziadou, Bülent Gökay, openDemocracy, 7 January 2022

Britain's shameful slavery history matters – that's why a jury acquitted the Colston Four by David Olusoga, The Guardian, 6 January 2022

Your Man in Saughton Jail by Craig Murray, Consortium News, 5 January 2022

From Eagle Street and Polarities

'Blairism' — a beacon for Europe?

5 March 2001

Nordic co-operation explained to British and Irish MPs

March 1998

Nordic-style institutions recommended for Irish-British islands

January 1998

Nordic Co-operation: A Possible Model for British-Irish Relations

February 1997

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