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Arundhati Roy: “None of us in our living memory have felt so t...

We know Arundhati Roy as one of the most successful Indian literary authors who still writes and creates in India. After receiving the Man Booker Prize in 1997 for her novel The God of Small Things, she began writing socially critical essays - first encouraged by the India-Pakistan nuclear arms race, later by environmental issues, indigenous struggles, the anti-ca... More >>

Achille Mbembe: “It might well be that the futu...

Achille Mbembe is a renown Cameroonian philosopher, political theorist, and public intellectual. He has written extensively on African history and politics. Mbembe has often argued…

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Franco Berardi Bifo: “Permanent insurrect...

Franco Berardi Bifo is an Italian philosopher who is currently working on a new opera, as he told us. Although he is no stranger to…

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Asad Haider: We cannot solve racism by voting a...

From a European perspective the USA can sometimes feel like a magic mirror that has the answer to all our fears and expectations. The protests…

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David Graeber on harmful jobs, odious debt, and...

It was a warm spring evening in London and David Graeber, an anthropology professor at the LSE, was sitting on a rooftop. Our conversation was…

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Is Ours a Post-Utopia World?

It is five hundred years since Thomas More published his book Utopia in Leuven, Belgium, under the patronage of his fellow humanist Erasmus. The text…

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