by DARIO AZZELLINI
“Chávez was one of us”, say the poor from the barrios in Caracas, the people throughout Latin America, and Bronx residents together with probably two million poor people in the US, who now have free heating thanks to the Chávez government.
by NICOLAS MARTINO
A review of Italian Theory. From operaismo to biopolitics (Dario Gentili, Il Mulino 2012).
Uprisings against austerity and corruption are engulfing Europe and the Mediterranean.
by UNINOMADE COLLECTIVE
Logistics today is key not only for processes of capital accumulation, but above all for the possibility of rupture and subversion.
di BEATRIZ PRECIADO
It seems that the old gurus of colonial Europe are bent on wanting to explain to the activists of the Occupy, Indignados, dis-trans-queer-lesbian-intersex and post-porn movements that we cannot be revolutionary because we have no ideology.
by RADIO UNINOMADE
Rethinking strike, finding the functional equivalent of the union-form, building up generalization processes. These are the hassles we had to be dealing with during these last years, when the new composition of living labour and transformations of the mode of production made almost all previous organising tools obsolete and unusable.
by MICHAEL HARDT
To organize against the debt society in the US today we have to find a way also to challenge the war machine.
UniNomade Seminar – at Teatro Garibaldi Aperto in Palermo, Italy – 9th-10th March 2013
PLEASE FORWARD. All our support and solidarity to the protest of migrants and asylum seekers in Vienna! The protest camp set up by asylumseekers in Vienna has been brutally evicted last night.
Interview conducted by “Praktyka Teoretyczna” editorial collective on the occasion of publication of the Polish translation of Hardt and Negri’s Commonwealth.
by ANDREJ KURNIK
2012 ended in Slovenia with massive expressions of indignation. Uprisings (vstaje) as they are called by local organizers are aimed against corrupted politicians and austerity measures.
by IAIN CHAMBERS
When mass protests and regime changes swept across North Africa in the Spring of 2011, and subsequently triggered turbulence in Bahrain and a bloody civil war presently being waged in Syria, Occidental journalism and political commentary was initially taken by surprise.
by JASON READ
It is difficult to view the 2012 US election, especially the Presidential election, from the perspective of Occupy.
by FRANCO BARCHIESI
Introduction: Precarity and the Body of the Slave
by ALESSANDRA GRIBALDO and GIOVANNA ZAPPERI
Preface to the book Lo schermo del potere (The screen of power, Ombre corte, Verona 2012)