User Consent for Data Processing: GDPR as a Paradigmatic Neoliberal Device

Ivan Manokha • Jul 6 2022 • Articles

A starting point for reform needs to grasp that the GDPR, far from being a gold standard, is really not up to the task.

Development, Central Banks and the International Monetary System

Fathimath Musthaq • Jul 2 2022 • Articles

Debates about democratizing and politicizing central banking are gaining momentum, driven by the twin challenges of the pandemic and climate change.

Debating the Legacies of James M. Buchanan and Neoliberalism

Craig R. Myers • Dec 28 2021 • Articles

In recent years, neoliberal scholars have sought to defend the idea’s foundations and founders against academic attacks.

Opinion – Indian Politics in the Age of Neoliberalism

Yanis Iqbal • Oct 16 2021 • Articles

Indian politics needs to reject electoral objectification – the conversion of subalterns into electoral objects that are identical with all the other objects, differing from them only by their serial number.

Chile and the Overcoming of Neoliberalism: Countering Authoritarianism and the Self-Regulated Market

Felipe Costa Lima • Jul 14 2021 • Articles

The challenge of the Chilean left appears to be holding its institutional force and expanding its ideological apparatus.

The Implementation of Mexico’s Refugee, Complementary Protection and Political Asylum Law

Guadalupe Chavez and Alexander Voisine • Jul 5 2021 • Articles

The US has conditioned Mexico’s refugee policy to the extent that it scarcely reflects the law.

Review – Latin American Extractivism

Richard W. Coughlin • Jun 4 2021 • Features

Steve Ellner’s edited work provides an insightful, if not wholly convincing, argument against dismissing the pink tide and the associated approach to extractivism in Latin America.

Militarization in the Age of the Pandemic Crisis

Henry A. Giroux and Ourania Filippakou • Apr 22 2020 • Articles

The spectacle of militarization functions as part of a culture of division and fragmentation, all the while refusing ask how the US shares elements of a fascist politics.

Interview – Adam Fabry

E-International Relations • Apr 16 2020 • Features

Adam Fabry talks about his book and research on Hungary, including economic and political changes, the origins of the far-right and alternative forms of resistance.

Review – Capital et idéologie

Torbjørn L. Knutsen • Jan 16 2020 • Features

An impressive tome that seeks to explain the legitimizing ideologies which are used to justify the unequal distribution of wealth and income both historically and today.

Interview – Katarina Kušić

E-International Relations • Sep 12 2019 • Features

Katarina Kušić discusses the concepts of intervention and liberal governmentality, her research on Serbia, ethnography and decolonial thought applied to Southeast Europe.

Interview – Sara Salem

E-International Relations • Jun 24 2019 • Features

Sara Salem explores postcolonial, Marxist and feminist theory, the Egyptian feminist movement, transnational solidarity and the radical roots of intersectionality.

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