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Seyla Benhabib

Critique of humanitarian reason

Never have there been more refugees in the world as today: an estimated 45 million in total. So what's the current relationship between international law, emancipatory politics and the rights of the rightless? Seyla Benhabib on the urgent need to create new political vistas. [ more ]

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Bayern, Berlin, Brussels

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Gecekondu chic?

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Courage of thought vs technocracy

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"New Eastern Europe" speaks to Lech Walesa; "Res Publica Nowa" recalls that crises have always mobilized the European spirit; "La Revue nouvelle" warns against the xenophobia at Europe's heart; "Frakcjia" asks whether the immunity of art is merely an illusion; "Dialogi" debates the failures of the Slovenian uprisings; "Intellectum" reads Greece's most discussed book; "A2" champions Czech writers' rights; and "Dilema veche" speaks to acclaimed Romanian writer in exile, Norman Manea.

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New fascisms coated with sugar

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La Revue nouvelle 6-7/2014
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La Revue nouvelle


Thomas Lemaigre
Élections. En attendant le Nord
Elections. Waiting for the North

le mois

this month
Sophie Galand
La dégressivité renforcée des allocations de chômage : quel effet sur la pauvreté ?
Lessening unemployment benefits : what impacts on poverty ?
Renaud Maes
Ces autorités universitaires qui déconstruisent l'Europe
Europe deconstructed by university authorities
Simon Tourol
Le débat politique télévisé, une mission impossible
Political debates on TV : mission impossible
Christophe Mincke
Campagne électorale. Didier Reynders s'excuse
Election campaign. Didier Reynders's apologies
Olivier De Schutter
Pays émergents : moteurs des énergies renouvelables ?
Emerging countries : driving forces for renewable energies ?
Cristal Huerdo Moreno
Abdication de Juan Carlos ou le Games of thrones ibérique
Juan Carlos'abdication, or the spanish Game of Thrones
Roberto Belloni
The growing euroscepticism of the western Balkans
Pierre Coopman
Damas remercie les jihadistes
Damascus is grateful to the jihadists
Michel Molitor
Hervé Cnudde (1939-2014)

billet d'humeur

Christophe Mincke
La démocratie digérée devient-elle de la merde ?
Does digested democracy turn into shit ?


main theme
Martin Deleixhe, Youri Lou Vertongen
Migrations et luttes sociales
Migrations and social struggles
Martin Deleixhe
Citoyens sans-papiers
Illegal citizens
Andrew Crosby
La moralisation des étrangers
The moralization of foreigners
Youri Lou Vertongen
De quoi "sans-papier" est-il le nom ?
What does "illegal immigrant" stand for ?
Leila Mouhib
Politiques extérieures de l'UE. Le migrant comme autre radical
EU foreign policies. The immigrant as radical figure of otherness
Denis Duez
L'Europe obsédée par ses frontières. Production politique des clandestinités
Europe obsessed by its borders. Political production of illegals
Gregory Meurant, Camille Reyniers
Des murs à l'engagement
From walls to engagement
Elodie Francart
Israël. Résistance des immigrés érythréens et soudanais
Israel. Resistance by Erythrean and Sudanese migrants
Bachir Barrou
Les freins de l'engagement dans la lutte
Obstacles to engagement into the struggle
Florence Delmotte
Des visages, des figures, rendre visible l'invisible
Faces and figures. Letting the invisible be seen
Sophie Klimis
Démocratie et politique de l'hospitalité
Democracy and hospitality policies

un livre

book review
Bernard De Backer
La traversée des Alpes. Essai d'histoire marchée, d'Antoine de Baecque
Antoine de Baecque's "Crossing the Alps. Essay of walked history."


Francis Tilman
À quoi servent les sciences de l'éducation ?
What's the use of education sciences ?


Jacques Vandenschrick
Drôle de suite
Strange suite


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The climate of history: Four theses
Freedom has been the most important motif of accounts of human history since the Enlightenment. Yet, only with the planetary crisis of climate change is an awareness now emerging of the geological agency human beings gained through processes linked to their acquisition of freedom. [more]

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Olga Tokarczuk
A finger pointing at the moon
Our language is our literary destiny, writes Olga Tokarczuk. And "minority" languages provide a special kind of sanctuary too, inaccessible to the rest of the world. But, there again, language is at its most powerful when it reaches beyond itself and starts to create an alternative world. [more]

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The recent publication of the private diary of Witold Gombrowicz provides unparalleled insight into the life of one of Poland's great twentieth-century novelists and dramatists. But this is not literature. Instead: here he is, completely naked. [more]

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