Class and social conflict are wrapping around each other in an era of increased sustained protest across the globe.
Handwringing over whether it’s acceptable to punch Nazis skips a larger conversation about the comparative efficacy of violent and nonviolent resistance.
This week, Global Comment editors are reading about women in fracking country, the French election, Muslims in America, and conditions in Syria.
The rapid expansion of the surveillance state should be cause for concern; even if you have nothing to hide.
Whether you’re interested in armchair diagnosis or the history of the pay phone, we have a little something for you in our weekly reading roundup.
Join Global Comment’s editors with some of our favourite reads for the week on political culture, life, and a little marine biology.
This week we’re reading about refugees, journalism in authoritarian regimes, the Women’s March, and Deaf hip hop artists.
This week we’re exploring populist movements in Europe and Africa for clues and insights into the future of the West.
In the twilight days of the Obama Administration, which hard-fought legacies will survive Republican control, and which are about to fall away?
We’re starting 2017 with thoughtful reads on issues like privacy, Altamont’s legacy, and how the US is shielding corrupt officials from foreign countries.