On September 17th, 2020, Adbusters memorized the 9th anniversary of #OccupyWallStreet, and in this issue called out for a siege to the White House. They name #M..(read more)
Institutional racism became part of public discourse in the UK in 1999, after the Macpherson report on the murder of Stephen Lawrence by the police some years..(read more)
Is capitalism the real virus? Will this be the end of civilization as we know it? Amid the ashes, could we build a sane, sustainable future that computes?
Describes the hidden life of an undervalued genre: the conduit for declarations of principle, of new “isms,” and provocations in pamphlet form.
The Politics of Debt brings together philosophers, political scientists, and economists reflecting on the political role played by debt.
Digital citizens of the world! Join the fight against surveillance capitalism. Crack open its secret code and take back your mental space by force.
After a crushing political defeat at the UK election, one resource of hope is municipalism. One of the most inspiring examples is Preston council.
“There’s only one way out of the existential fix we’re in. In this issue, we unleash a force to crack the global mind. Welcome to the Mental..(read more)
Field of Battle presents the world today as nothing less than a war in progress, with Mexico an illustrative microcosm of the developing geopolitical scenario: ..(read more)
An examination of the reactionary, individualist, cynical, and belligerent shift in global politics to the right, implemented both by the right and the establis..(read more)