Spurred by the police killings of Black people in 2016, Roberto Minervini decides to make a film about Black America. By slowly absorbing their life in New Orleans, and by formally approaching the Black Panthers he builds a picture. As a film-maker, he calls himself a ‘politically charged citizen’. […]
Fears of a political rise in European ultra-nationalism are growing. The horrors of the past return today to a debate around the world, especially when an increase in extremist organisations and behaviour has been noted. Glenda Arcia Harald Neuber Fears of a political rise in European ultra-nationalism are […]
A different Europe should adopt a policy of peace and neutrality. For the moment, demands like this arise as the dispersed expression of very diverse groups and citizen initiatives but they are gaining ever more ground among wide sections of the population. Juan Diego Garcia Public awareness is […]
The democratic system is experiencing notable erosion in the so-called consolidated democracies of Europe, and the United States is suffering a process of acute deterioration which restricts the democratic spaces through practices believed to be dead and buried after the nightmare of McCarthyism and institutionalised racial discrimination. Juan Diego […]
Governing is not necessarily synonymous with power, as progressive nationalist governments in Latin America can attest, especially those opting to create a new social order that goes beyond overcoming the current neoliberal model.