As the event’s anniversary celebrations draw near, Adam Johannes remembers the Merthyr Rising of 1831, and says its spirit lives on today.
Adam Johannes reflects on the injection of socialism into the nationalisms of Scotland, Catalonia and Quebec, and considers what it all means for Wales
A modern mythology
What can contemporary Welsh theatre offer to social critique? Merlin Gable speaks to Chelsey Gillard and Jac Ifan Moore.
Mark Drakeford’s socialist credentials
Adam Johannes argues that with no socialist First Minister on offer, a new socialist movement must be built in Wales.
Turning the promise of 21st century socialism into reality
Steve Howell reflects on Mark Drakeford’s approach to governing Wales
Mark Drakeford: a change of direction for Wales?
Aaron Hill reflects on what we know about Mark Drakeford’s approach, and what it could mean for housing
The place of patriotism in 21st Century Britain
Michael Kenny explores what current Labour Party thinking about the English Question owes to the New Left pioneers
The role of schools in promoting Welsh citizenship
Martin Johnes explores how we can avoid the marginalisation of Welsh history in the curriculum
Whither Plaid Cymru: Independence is back in fashion
David Melding finds that nationalism trumps socialism in Plaid’s thinking