Many of us seek not peace, but the abolition of hatred by any means necessary.
In a prequel to his notorious endorsement of Donald Trump, Slavoj Zizek wrote “Addressing the Impossible” in Socialist Register 2017: Rethinking Revolution. His message: forget about alternatives to real existing capitalism, and by clear implication any chance of preventing climate catastrophe. How inspiring to millennials!
Bringing a radical, eco-socialist, and Marxist perspective at the European Society for Environmental History Conference.
In the Netherlands, juridical measures are repressing squatting with the explicit aim of preventing vacancy, even though statistics show that vacancy figures continue to rise exponentially.
The creation of a wind/solar energy infrastructure should be welcomed even with its problems, as we cannot wait for the end of the rule of capital to start building this renewable infrastructure.
The story of Jonestown obscures that Guyana in the 1970s was the center of a little known Pan African movement that linked the Caribbean with African and African American political exiles in the fight against empire.
Join us in San Francisco during the Association of American Geographers’ Annual Meeting, March 29 – April 2, 2016