The Screen New Deal

The shock of the coronavirus health crisis and the threat of Chinese digital giants, led to massive investment in the American digital giants. What does this mean for democracy and for the future “surveillance capitalism”?Dora KotsakaLecturer in Political Sociology (University of Athens, University of Essex, UK) specializing in political behaviour

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Revolution in Bulgaria? Not so fast!

The mass protest movement is here but what chance does it have of achieving substantial change?Georgi HristovHe is a Bulgarian journalist, activist and translator. Regularly contributes to The Barricade and the Bulgarian daily paper Duma. Interested in social phenomena and processes, international politics, trade and economic issues. Manages the anti-mainstream

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How to be an anti-capitalist in the 21st century?

An article by the British political thinker of Bulgarian origins, Albena Azmanova, looks for fresh and oft-overlooked answersAlbena AzmanovaDr. Azmanova is Reader (Associate Professor) of Political and Social Thought. She teaches courses in political and social theory, political communication, and political economy. Her research ranges from democratic transition and consolidation

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Which Europe does this day belong to?

The 9th of May marks both the end and the beginning of capitalism’s inherent cycles of crisesEnikő VinczeProfessor of sociology at the Faculty of European Studies at the Babeș-Bolyai University. Activist for right to housing in the frame of the organisations Căși sociale ACUM! (Social housing now!) in Cluj and

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