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Politics on Empty Stomachs: Palestinian Prisoners Demand Dignity and Self-Determination

     Posted on: May 23, 2017

by Smadar Ben-Natan* Amidst President Trump's visit to Israel this Monday, a Palestinian general strike of three hours and clashes with Israeli military forces were meant to express Palestinian Solidarity with hunger striking prisoners and help achieve their demands. Few prisoners' mothers also declared a hunger strike. As President Trump left ...

Britain’s Bernie Turns the Populist Tide?

     Posted on: June 15, 2017

by David Edgar* Whisper it softly, but Britain may have turned the global political tide. To understand the extraordinary political events of the last few days, it’s necessary to grasp a little history. Seven years ago, in the immediate wake of the financial crisis, the electorate rejected the mildly left Labour government ...

Susan A. Phillips

     Posted on: July 25, 2017

Rewriting Torture: Manufacturing a Primer of Abuse in US Domestic Prisons  A college-level critical pedagogy project confirms that human rights reporting can play a role in prison abolition as opposed to reform. By writing an altered version of the ICRC torture papers, students compared US prison torture in domestic and military ...

US Standoff with North Korea: Why Talk Is the Only Realistic Option

     Posted on: November 8, 2017

by Gwyn Kirk* Military tensions between the United States and North Korea have intensified to alarming levels in recent months. Trump has threatened to “totally destroy” this isolated nation of 25 million people, and to “unleash fire and fury like the world has never seen,” calling Kim Jong Un “Little Rocket ...

Vol. 44-2/3: Neoliberal Confinements: Social Suffering in the Carceral State

     Posted on: November 8, 2017

Neoliberal Confinements: Social Suffering in the Carceral State edited by Alessandro De Giorgi & Benjamin Fleury-Steiner This special issue aims to provide a cartography of some of the forms of social suffering experienced by marginalized and oppressed populations in the US carceral state. The contributors extend their gaze beyond the prison and ...

On the Brink of an Authoritarian Turn: The Catalan Uprising

     Posted on: November 15, 2017

by José A. Brandariz, Manuel Maroto, and Cristina Fernández-Bessa* Spanish conservatives have not ever been interested in winning over their political contenders, they are just interested in defeating them. Guillem Martínez, journalist and writer The resurgence of the Catalan independentist movement, recently culminated in a successful referendum for independence and its subsequent overturn by the ...

Recovering Dignity: An Indigenous Woman’s Independent Campaign for Mexico’s Presidency

     Posted on: November 28, 2017

by R. Aída Hernández Castillo* An extraordinary phenomenon is taking place in Mexico: an Indigenous woman representing an Indigenous Governing Council has launched a campaign to run as an independent candidate for the nation’s presidency in the 2018 elections. In a racist and machista country, where electoral parties monopolize the political ...

#MeToo, Rape Culture and the Paradoxes of Social Media Campaigns

     Posted on: December 4, 2017

by Bianca Fileborn & Rachel Loney-Howes* The allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault perpetrated by Harvey Weinstein led to a powerful and widespread social media campaign, with Twitter and Facebook feeds flooded with the hashtag #MeToo. Within 24 hours, at least 4.7 million people made over 12 million posts. Individuals ...

Right on Crime: The Carceral State beyond Trump

     Posted on: December 11, 2017

by Tony Platt & Chase Burton* While a great deal of attention is being paid to Trump’s possible impeachment or removal and to his unvarnished bigotry and bombastic rhetoric, his government is transforming carceral policies at the state as well as the federal level. Whether it’s President Trump or President Pence in ...

Silenced Press: The State of Democracy in Mexico

     Posted on: February 26, 2018

by Antonio Martínez Velázquez* In 1906 Ricardo Flores Magón, an intellectual who fought for freedom and equality during the Mexican Revolution, criticized the “venality and aggressive cynicism” of a press that was “praising the clumsiness and wrongdoings of the government […] covering up crimes, threatening virtues, spreading evil and barbarism.” Today, ...

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