A resistance movement against the racist Danish ‘Ghetto’ laws – Almen Modstand

Following our recent debate Politics of Spatial Segregation that shed light on racist Danish housing policies and the notion of structural discrimination co-hosted with CAMP – Center for Arts on Migration Politics in Copenhagen on 22 March, Margarida Waco from …

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Hamburg: The society of control, lost control.

What would be to feel like a member of G20? Transferred from meeting to meeting by helicopter because the risk of driving through the city’s streets was simply too high. What about that view from the helicopter’s window that some …

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Fortress Europe continues to treat migrants as criminals

The European Union, one of the strongest economies in the world and home to some of the most advanced state apparatuses in human history, is preparing to shut down its borders, one after the other, because it can’t cope with …

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A coup in Greece: four difficult questions from Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi

If one follows day by day the actions of the International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank and the European Commission, it is easy to describe the scenario: the global financial system is organising

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Frédéric Lordon: The euro, or hating democracy

“As always,” Frédéric Lordon writes, “institutional orders reveal their true essence when they are at their limits, in conditions of extreme crisis.” For Lordon, the actions of the troika over

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