Culture and Media | 04.12.17

The Aftermath of Charlie Hebdo

‘Charlie Hebdo’ took shape because forms of ventriloquism and projection were inevitable in a context where a tiny proportion of participants in the communicative event had any relationship with Charlie Hebdo as an actual publication.

19.12.17

Sex at the Margins Ten Years On

Ten years on from the publication of Sex at the Margins, Laura Agustín argues that the Rescue Industry – the moral missions to save all women from selling sex – has grown and proliferated in ways that could never have been imagined, and there is till a refusal to listen to what women say.

Philosophy | 26.07.16

Fuck You Žižek!

Hamid Dabashi draws a sharp line in the sand between European and post-colonial philosophers in this provocative introduction to Can Non-Europeans Think?

Asia | 05.10.17

From Military Dictatorship to Democracy

The author of Pathways that Changed Myanmar says it’s no coincidence that the end of military rule has seen the dawn of a new pathology of cultural violence in the country.

History | 04.09.17

The Radical Experiment Crushed by Stalin

The Georgian Revolution, which lasted for three short years (1918-1921) before it was brutally crushed on the orders of Stalin, was a footnote to history. And not just a footnote, but a forgotten one. Here Eric Lee tells us why it matters today.

Asia | 01.08.17

What a Difference Two Years Make

As North Korea carries out an unprecedented test of its submarine missile system, Paul French gives us an update on what this means for China, the US and the rest of the world.