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Political economy of racism

Radical right politics
Don Kalb
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Titles of nation, subtexts of class
Working class populism in neoliberal Europe
Dan Jakopovich

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The British National Party
Underlying causes of far right growth, its present nature and prospects
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Interview with Dylan Riley
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"We call something 'civil society' when we like it,
and we call it something else when we don't"
Alina Polyakova
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Vitaliy Dudin
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How and why communists and social nationalists are imitating the Left?

Racism and capitalism
Immanuel Wallerstein
" 2050- , "
"The world of 2050 will be what we make it"
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Interview with Attila Melegh
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"Racism was one of the key institutions of capitalism advancement"
Roman Rosdolsky

Prisoners and death convicts in two camps
Memories of Oswiecim and Birkenau
Michael Lowy
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Henri Ford - inspirer of Adolf Hitler
Michael Lowy and Eleni Varikas
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Precursors and allies of Nazism in the USA
Anastasia Riabchuk
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The problem of "asocials" in Nazi Germany
Stanislav Menzelevskyi
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One of us: Freaks and social normativity
Kyrylo Tkachenko
Southern strategy

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Migrants, refugees, minorities
Yaryna Odynak

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One step before the American Dream
A tragedy of 72 migrants (foreword to migrant stories)
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Interview with Kim Voss
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"For a long time there was a false assumption that migrant workers can never be mobilized to defend their labour rights"
Marek Canek

Exclusion instead of integration
Czech trade unions and state migration policies
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Interview with Marc Speer
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Hierarchy of legal status, camps, labor market, and new imperialism
Raphi Rechitsky
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Humanitarian racism? International aid, migration control, and the politics of refugee integration in the Ukraine
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Interview with Eric Fassin
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"It is a question of xenophobia from above that feeds the xenophobia from below"
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Artem Chapeye (photos), Jakob Hauter (text)

A vicious circle on the edge of society
The situation of Roma in the Ukraine

Reviews
Oleksii Viedrov

" " " !"
nemies around us
Review of Politychna Krytyka 2/2011 "Glory to the enemies!"
Lesya Bidochko

Instrumentalization of radical music
On radical right music bands in the Ukraine
Ivan Gisem
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Le Havre and Marx: On Aki Kaurismaki's film "Le Havre"
Katerina Mishchenko

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One day by the wall
On Nada Prlja's art project "Peace Wall" at the seventh Berlin Biennale


 

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