Tag: slavery

The Password is ‘Sugar’

A prolegomenon to the indirect contributions of Atlantic chattel-slaveries to the revolution inside capital

Modern Slavery in Remote Australia?, by Jon Altman

The government's welfare reforms for Indigenous Australians look like slavery

Microserfs, by Justin Clemens

November 2012 was yet another decisive month for digital revelations. The new CIA Director David Petraeus, a self-professed ‘scholar-monk’ and Obama’s Iraq hero, was caught out in an adultery scandal with—surprise!—his ‘embedded’ biographer Paula Broadwell. Alex Hern was right onto it in The New Statesman with the raunchy header ‘Two Generals, Agent Shirtless and 30,000 […]

The ‘Devil’ in Haiti

Victims of colonialist exploitation for centuries, Haitians need more than temporary aid. Aurélien Mondon on Haiti.

The Education of a Spice Girl: Running Amok

Amanda Johnson