A Political and Literary Forum
A new geoeconomic order is creating opportunities for organizing along supply chains.
Since taking office in January, President Jair Bolsonaro has not only become less popular. He has also done perhaps irreparable damage to fundamental democratic institutions.
Gianpaolo Baiocchi, Marcelo K. Silva
Neel Mukherjee is part of a new generation of Indian writers dissecting postcolonialism’s failed promise of a classless society.
Trump’s Muslim ban was not just an abberation: U.S. citizenship has long been predicated on whiteness as it was understood in 1790.
The moral right of states to apprehend and deport irregular migrants erodes with the passage of time.
Joseph H. Carens
Feminism and trans* activism have been at odds for decades. They don't need to be.
On the enduring legacy of a dictatorial ruler.
Nalo Hopkinson on the politics of dystopia, writing from the Global South, and the enduring importance of black mermaids.
An open letter from a Filipino writer to his fellow citizens.
Vijay Prashad on writing, struggle, and hope in difficult times.
Vijay Prashad, Mark Nowak
Global capitalism is no longer simply characterized by uneven development, it is characterized by uneven disaster.
Sujatha Gidla, born an untouchable in India, tells the story of her family.
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David Theo Goldberg
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