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The sacred dilemma of inoperosity. On Giorgio Agamben’s Opus Dei

by ANTONIO NEGRI

With this book, the journey Agamben began with Homo Sacer seems to have come to an end. It was a long road, from the early ‘90s until today, nearly twenty years.

Summer 2012, a report from Greece

by GEORGE CAFFENTZIS

1. Arrival in Thessaloniki. It is July 5 and I just have arrived in Thessaloniki full of questions concerning the political situation in Greece.

No Goodbye! The Departure from the South and the New Trans-Mediterranean Solidarity

by HELMUT DIETRICH

This summer, the Boats4People campaign succeeded in building another transnational network across the western Mediterranean Sea.

Open Letter in Support of Pussy Riot

An Open Letter in Support of Pussy Riot
by Faculty of the Rodchenko School for Photography and Media Art, Moscow, and Other Members of the Russian Art Community

On the state of movements: let’s open the debate

by TONI NEGRI

Some American and European comrades have asked me, Why didn’t you have an Occupy movement in Italy? Why is the NO TAV movement the only expression of social struggle?

The Geopolitics of Struggle

by UNINOMADE COLLECTIVE

Petition : Blockupy Frankfurt against the bans

In a press release on afternoon May 4th the Frankfurt Municipal Department for Public Order announced that it bans all actions planned by the alliance “blockupy Frankfurt” for the Days of Protest May 16th to May 19th.

French elections: notes for a discussion after the second round

by TONI NEGRI

Let’s identify, first of all, a few not entirely useless base elements to begin evaluating the first round of the presidential elections in France.

Latin America at a Crossroads. Alternative modernizations, post-liberalism, or post-development?

by ARTURO ESCOBAR

This paper examines the socio-economic, political, and cultural transformations that have been taking place in South America during the past ten years, particularly in Ecuador, Venezuela, and Bolivia.

From: Social Works. Performing Art, Supporting Publics

by SHANNON JACKSON

Across the Social Arts

Occupy Wall Street: Carnival Against Capital? Carnivalesque as Protest Sensibility

by CLAIRE TANCONS

While some commentators and journalists have dismissed Occupy Wall Street as carnival, lawmakers and police officers did not miss the point.

Libertà per il movimento No Tav – Freedom for No Tav

All’alba del 26 gennaio, su ordine della Procura della Repubblica di Torino, è scattata in molte città italiane una retata contro il movimento No Tav: una quarantina di persone sono state colpite da provvedimenti cautelari e sono attualmente in carcere o agli arresti domiciliari.