It may well be that the Euro-Summit agreement of 12 July 2015 is forced through in a process at least as brutal, and even more divisive, than the extremities of the eurocrisis seen over the last five years. But even this does not necessarily preclude the renewal of European politics.
is Associate Professor of Political Theory at the University of Bologna, where he teaches postcolonial studies and contemporary political theory. He is co-author with Brett Neilson of Border as Method, or, The Multiplication of Labor (Duke University Press, 2013). He is currently working on the FP7 European project MIG@NET (Transnational Digital Networks, Migration and Gender) and is a partner researcher on the ARC Discovery project, “Culture in transition: Creative labour and social mobilities in the Asian Century”.