And Balanced With This Life, This Death (Genoa, the G8 and the battle in the streets)By Ramor Ryan
The walls went up around the old quarter of Genoa, enclosing the group of 8 (G8) and their cohorts.
You Evil Victim!By Héctor Toledano
My daughter Sandra is eight years old. She is a really funny girl.
WTC: The Construction and Destruction of a Building as Global BrandBy Miriam Greenberg
The attacks on the World Trade Center have represented two very different types of loss.
The Ever-Broadening WarBy The Z.O.O.
Across Europe, as in the rest of the world, a kind of obsessional speech has proliferated that attempts to resolve the enigma of September 11.
The Battle of Seattle and BeyondBy Theodore Hamm
Commager, a historian, launched his criticisms at the outset of the cold war, a period during which freedoms of speech or association would be anything but sacrosanct. Such repression was justified
Be All That You Can Click ON!: Military Propaganda in the Information AgeBy Randolph Lewis
The contemporary US Armyat least the one that was being marketed to American teenagers before September 11, 2001has been selling a softer experience than the Army of yore.
Something is About to HappenBy Nick Pappas
Although it feels irrelevant to contemplate Nietzsches prophetic writings in the weeks after September 11, especially sitting where the World Trade Centers shadows used to be, it also has a reassuring effect.
Opinion: A Power Plant by Any Other NameBy Mark Regan
For awhile, back in the summer, the company that wants to build a huge new power plant on the North Brooklyn waterfront was calling itself CleanPoint Energy.
Operation Enduring Suffering: Meditations on JusticeBy Rachel Neumann
We are surprised to find that we are not transformed. We have had our individual and collective moments of fear, panic, anger, and clarity.
Michael Bloombergs recent election as Mayor establishes a very dangerous precedent: that candidates can circumvent the citys 4:1 campaign financing system, the most progressive of its kind in the nation, and fund their campaigns out of their own endless pockets.
Daggers, Airplanes, and the Lure of a Certain GardenBy Justin McGuirk
On September 12th my flight to Tehran was cancelled.