Trump's New Neoliberalism

Trump’s “economic nationalism” has been shown to be another side of neoliberalism, not its foil. Trump is dedicated to not only furthering the neoliberal doctrine of privatization, but also that of the economization of American racism

The YPJ: Why We Exist

The YPJ (Women’s Defence Units), the all-female Kurdish resistance force involved in the liberation of Raqqa from ISIS, boasts Democratic Confederalism as its guiding doctrine. The YPJ sent a message to a recent meeting on Democratic Confederalism in the Middle East held in London

O Robot Where Art Thou?

Thinkers going back to Karl Marx have stressed capitalism’s revolutionary transformation of the forces of production. Some now think incessant automation will be the system’s undoing. But can technology lose its menace? Can technology liberate, not enslave, humanity?
Fire at Full Moon, 1933

The Value of Self-limitation

Real democracy does not mean that “it is forbidden to forbid”, but that the norms and the laws which regulate our lives are made by the members of the community not by some extra-societal entity. In this article Yannis Ktenas highlights the importance of self-limitation in a direct democracy.
People's Global Climate Action

Climate Diplomacy and Climate Action: What Now?

Just over a year ago, diplomats from around the world were celebrating the final ratification of the December 2016 Paris Agreement, proclaimed to be the first globally inclusive step toward a meaningful climate solution. But far more questions than answers surround this agreement.
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