During an open-mic comment session at the 2014 SftP conference, when entreated to reconsider using the word “radical,” for fears of misinterpretation and political isolation, Chandler stated unequivocally: “I am a radical, and so are you.”
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Developed and perfected by Israel and the United States, the use of armed drones has expanded in military operations across the globe. But the geopolitical element of drone technology went back to World War I, and its development reveals...
The dozens of people whose dedicated work made Volume 25, no. 3 a reality.
See the art on the cover of our Winter 2022/23 issue on militarism.
Modern science as we know it was born out of the Manhattan Project, when the state guided the market’s invisible hands toward large research enterprises for clear military-geopolitical goals. In this issue, we explore the logic of...
Organizing reports from the Anti-militarism Working Group, NYC chapter, Ann Arbor chapter, and the new Southern Africa chapter.
Cuba has been able to achieve remarkable success in the fields of medicine, education, sustainable development, sports, etc. In this article, I will briefly highlight how the Cuban healthcare system functions, some of its successes, and...
Defined as an equitable and democratic reduction of energy and material throughput targeted at rich nations and the globally wealthy, degrowth has grown in popularity over the last few years with growing political support.
Neskantaga First Nation sees their rights eroded and livelihood encroached by Canada's mining juggernuts, all in the name of "clean energy."
Nadir Bouhmouch’s breathtaking documentary film Amussu (2019), exemplary of "art from below," breathes life into a counter-archive of Amazigh tradition and immotalizes Imider commune's ongoing anti-extractivist struggles.