Tag: capitalism

This is the Night, Remembered if Outlived

Guy Rundle: Contemporary Society and the Depression 'Epidemic'

After Consumerism: Through a Glass, Darkly

The market may have a terrible precariousness, but at the same time it is being constantly readjusted and reproduced.

Consuming Social Justice

This article attempts to move beyond totalising cynicism, as well as unbridled optimism, towards a more nuanced understanding of fair trade. I explore the contradictions and paradoxes of using consumer practices to build bridges of socio-economic solidarity across core and periphery. More specifically, I want to determine how fair-trade discourse constructs understandings of development, consumerism, and global justice.

Capital’s First International?

James Goodman The World Economic Forum is Coming to Town

From Colony to Global Prize

George Aditjondro Timor Loro Sa'e Under a New Wave of Economic Transformation

Mapping the Political Terrain

George Aditjondro Post-Referendum Timor Loro Sa'e

Uncanny Reflection – The Destruction of Chechnya

NATO's bombing of Serbian forces and Russia's action in Chechnya have some chilling similarities writes Simon Cooper