A conversation with Adrian Wooldridge
His recent book characterizes the global race to reinvent the state as "The Fourth Revolution". Big corporations come and go, transnational institutions like the EU still alienate people. But the state will continue to adapt to the needs of today's world. So says Adrian Wooldridge. [ more ]
Gefährliche Unschärfe Russland, die Ukraine und der Krieg im Donbass
In "Blätter", Katajun Amirpur discerns a fatal resonance between fundamentalists and critics of Islam; "Index on Censorship" marks 800 years since the signing of the Magna Carta; "Krytyka" publishes Stephen Velychenko's open letter to Oliver Stone; "New Eastern Europe" asks, is all quiet on the Baltic front? "L'Espill" looks at the success of microlocal politics in Catalonia; "Il Mulino" slams fast fashion; "Dialogi" insists that the class struggle never left town; "Esprit" takes a course in biopolitics; "Samtiden" tries to pin down a zeitgeist between war and crisis; and "Host" launches a new online journal but won't give up on print just yet.
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