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Elmar Altvater

Controlling the future

Edward Snowden and the Anthropocene

The worldwide spying operation is about more than security and counter-terrorism, writes political scientist Elmar Altvater; rather, it is a part of a broader strategy aimed at controlling global information. Opposition needs to combine historical experience of secret service complicity with human rights abuses with a grasp of the geological significance of the planetary data theft. [more]

19.12.2014


Ralf Bendrath

Trading away privacy

TTIP, TiSA and European data protection

The US is exerting heavy pressure on the EU to waive legislation placing restrictions on data-sharing with third countries. To abandon localized data protection arrangements in the EU would be to surrender fundamental rights to economic interest, lawyer Ralf Bendrath explains. [more]

19.12.2014


Kaya Genç

In search of the 'New Turkey'

"The Old Turkey is behind us, and its doors are now closed", said Recep Tayyip Erdogan this summer, standing before a banner that read, "On the Road to the New Turkey". A month later he was president. And now? Kaya Genç wonders if two countries continue to live alongside one another. [more]

10.12.2014


Enda O'Doherty

The last chapter

Go out to your local bookshop, advises Enda O'Doherty, and get in close with those Books You Haven't Read, the Books To Read Next Summer and The Books To Fill Out Those Small Gaps That Are Still There On Your Shelves. Don't come away empty-handed. They may not be there forever. [more]

10.12.2014


Sebastian Conrad

The place of global history

Eurocentrism has necessarily given way to countless centrisms, the centrisms of the South being foremost among them, writes Sebastian Conrad. But while standpoint is everything, one must remain alert to the pitfalls posed by nativism and, equally, the commodification of difference. [more]

10.12.2014


Andrei Melville

King of the hill

On the stability and fragility of post-Soviet regimes

Over half the world's population still live not in democratically governed states but under authoritarian or hybrid regimes. Among which, argues Andrei Melville, the post-Soviet ones are in a class of their own. So what are the chances of a new wave of democracy breaking over these? [more]

09.12.2014


Anne Marie Goetz

Preventing violence against women

International solidarities

Nothing short of dramatic social transformation can eliminate the legal, economic and political basis for cults of gender difference and male privilege; and thus end the violence. So says Anne Marie Goetz, arguing that international solidarities are of crucial importance to the struggle. [more]

08.12.2014


Cynthia Cockburn

Call of duty, or call for change?

On masculine violence

Endemic male violence against women, and the militarization of the dominant form of masculinity in our culture: surely these things are not unrelated, writes London-based feminist writer and researcher Cynthia Cockburn. A plea for a culture of equality, co-operation and peace. [more]

08.12.2014


Kirill Rogov

Resource nationalism

Russia's anti-westernism and territorial revanchism have intensified. A case of deferred post-imperial syndrome linked to the collapse of the USSR? Maybe, says Kirill Rogov. But this alone hardly explains why associated policies are now apparently met with such widespread domestic popularity. [more]

05.12.2014


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Time to Talk: Highlights

Eurozine's sister site Time to Talk livestreams an English-language debate on the future of the State entitled "Work for all?", hosted by Eurozine partner and TTT member "Kultura Liberalna". Plus highlights from the 2014 Central European Forum. [more]

04.12.2014


Giovanni Cocco, Rocco De Benedictis, Fabrizio Gatti, Massimo Sestini

Stories without borders

The Eurozine Gallery presents highlights from "Stories without borders", the exhibition series first displayed in Conversano, Italy to coincide with one of southern Italy's most important literary festivals, Lector in fabula, and Eurozine's 2014 conference, entitled "Law and Border: House search in Fortress Europe". [more]

03.12.2014


Renata Ferri

Felix's Diary

A journey in which there is no stereotypical marginality but that is full of humanity, balanced between the existential difficulty and the joy of living: this is the journey that viewers of Emiliano Mancuso's work embark upon, writes Renata Ferri. [more]

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