Socialist Register (UK)

The Socialist Register was founded by Ralph Miliband and John Saville in London in 1964 as an annual survey of movements and ideas in the particular historical context of the British New Left. Each annual volume is constructed around a particular topical theme. The Register’s critical perspective on the contradictions that led to the demise of communist regimes as well as social democracy and the dynamics of trade union mobilization, have guided the journal’s approach to exploring the possibilities of socialist renewal, strategies of ‘structural reform’ and radical democratization. It is one of the few socialist journals in the English language that involves a broad international spectrum of contributors.