Chileans are heading to the polls this Sunday to decide whether or not to ditch their Constitution. Continue reading Chile’s constitutional referendum – breaking the binds of neoliberalism?
Turkey’s embrace of hard power tactics could see it having to face more aggressive neighbours, a leading regional expert told Redaction Politics. Continue reading Turkey’s increasing aggression is a risky strategy for Erdoğan
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, head of PSOE, the Spanish socialists, and in coalition with anti-austerity party Podemos since January, has been taking increasingly ambitious steps in the direction of righting the balance. Continue reading Spain is finally facing up to its contentious past, but has the reckoning come at the wrong time?
Russia will ultimately decide the extent of Turkish involvement in the escalating Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict, a leading regional expert told Redaction Politics. Continue reading Russian intervention in Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict would send Turkey packing
Why does capitalism claim to liberate the vast potential of human imagination and innovation without countenancing any challenge to itself whatsoever? Continue reading An alternate approach to the economy – ‘Less is More: How Degrowth Will Save The World’ by Jason Hickel
“I just hope that humankind will learn, but if they haven’t learnt from Auschwitz, why would they from Bosnia?” Continue reading ‘Bosnia should have been a lesson for us all’
History is contentious. It is happening now. To ignore that fact and react with shock when such installations are met with violence seems short-sighted at best, and sinister at worst. Continue reading Statues, hero worship and contentious pasts: Can Kenya save us from the seemingly inevitable culture war?
AN INCOHERENT revolutionary strategy by the Palestinian leadership has hampered any chance of resisting illegal settlements, an activist has told Redaction Politics. Continue reading Netanyahu is set to double down on West Bank occupation – but he won’t face any cohesive resistance
“We ran short of food and water. Many children and women were crying. We all started losing hope as the bodies of other refugees had to be thrown into the sea.” Continue reading How coronavirus is worsening the perilous plight of refugees
The EU is using the coronavirus outbreak to disrupt the life-saving work of migrant rescue ships in the Mediterranean, a … Continue reading Coronavirus: How the EU is using the pandemic to disrupt migrants