Internet today hardly resembles the technology that, in its origins, seemed to promise a source of decentralization, democratization and citizen empowerment. We speak with Geert Lovink about how we got here and how we may come out of this mess.
Wilders’ victory in the Dutch elections is unlikely, but his rise has directly contributed to another and maybe more dramatic shift in the political landscape.
We are seeing the tangible hallmarks of a revenge tide in the nations that saw the streets alive with demands and protest during the Arab Spring.
Inequality, mass migration and climate change are issues that Kundoo has faced with during decades. Now, she shows it at the Venice Biennale.
What should be done to stop using public finance to subsidize overseas coal projects?
In the past years a privatising industry has formed throughout Europe, in which a couple of small corporate actors are dominating the privatisation advisory business.
Are we ‘walking the talk’ for women in the fight to end hunger?
Given the persistent crises that Europe has been facing, one potential solution is rapidly gaining credibility and momentum: it is the case for Federalism in the European Union.