Host cities for migrants and refugees who reach Europe, like Athens, Berlin and London, are not only sites of surveillance and exclusion but also of struggle, agency and resistance. Lilie Chouliaraki and Myria Georgiou are […]
The ‘convenience’ of digitalisation is all the US can muster as a vision for post-war Ukraine. In New Left Review’s Sidecar. Read the article HERE.
Designed to increase workers’ insecurity and enrich private funds, France’s pension reform is part of a global trend towards financialisation. A son of Chilean refugees, Rodrigo Arenas grew up in France. He holds a Master […]
How the internet became a tool for profit, and how to change it. Cross-posted from Green European Journal Few would dispute that the early years of the internet were promising. But exactly when those early […]
Should we worry that Brussels technocrats, which we can’t kick out of office, will decide what is illegal online content? This article is cross-posted from LSE’s European Politics and Policy blog Big tech has been blamed for […]