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ATOMIC POWER:

Autonomy and mutual help


Sabu Kohso: Radiation and Revolution
Is learning completely new ways to love people, countries and culture – only possible if we break down the state apparatus, as Sabu Kohso claims?
ARCHITECTURE:

To make the order in order


Pablo Sendra, Richard Sennett: Designing Disorder: Experiments and Disruptions in the City
How can we design big cities where we can be more alone together?
MEDIA:

Anyone can make news


Alessandra Renzi: Hacked Transmissions
Do the media maintain social and societal conditions, or are they a tool for change?

A truly solidary and subversive feminism – who do you work for?


Susan Ferguson: Women and Work. Feminism, Labor and Social Reproduction
I do not remember how the conversation took that turn, but I do remember in particular one of my colleagues' appalled and disbelieving reaction. It was...
EAST ASIA:

How China and Japan were integrated into today's completely unsustainable global capitalism


Mark W. Driscoll: The Whites are Enemies of Heaven. Climate Caucasianism and Asian Ecological Protection
Mark W. Driscoll tells, among other things, concrete stories about drunken, arrogant, hyper-violent and rape-cultivating diplomats, missionaries and businessmen.
ASSANGE:

Destructive criticism of Sweden


Nils Melzer: The Julian Assange Case
Bureaucratic co-criminals – this is how a new book by Nils Melzer describes Sweden's handling of Julian Assange. Swedish Stina Oscarson reviews – and is ashamed.
FAIRNESS:

Save Assange, save democracy


Stefania Maurizi: The Secret power: Why they want to destroy Julian Assange and WikiLeaks (Il potere segreto: Perché vogliono distruggere Julian Assange e WikiLeaks)
While the US extradition request for Assange will be processed in another court round, Assange is still fighting a battle for democracy and journalistic integrity.
CHRONICLE:

Extreme weather, loss of topsoil, crops and possible resource disputes

The Storting election must be a climate election. How about allocating one extra percent of the national budget to climate measures in developing countries?
CHRONICLE:

What does the Center Party, the Red Party and the Green Party really want to change?

The EEA is, for example, aviation, energy cooperation, banking cooperation, satellite navigation, medical cooperation (covid-19 and vaccine cooperation), cooperation on security in communication technology, railway package and police cooperation. What is the alternative, raisin picking in Brussels?
CLIMATE:

The three ecologies

What does the city of Siracusa have in common with the UN and a French philosopher?
TRAVEL ESSAY:

The invaders among us – stink bugs, king crabs, Nile perch and coronavirus

In our time of catastrophic extinction of species, you may risk overlooking the catastrophic spread of some species. As we experienced on our journey with the four-wheeled home with the beetle Halyomorpha halys – or what about the king crab in Norway?
ESSAY:

Banished and imprisoned for his books

In addition to the world's whistleblowers, a number of writers have suffered because of what they have revealed. Jan Tystad deals with some of them here.

MODERN TIMES: The ecocentric human being

NATO:

At NATO's disposal

 During the NATO exercise Good Heart, the "enemy" were striking workers and named Norwegian organizations.
ORIENTERING NO. 22 1971:

The Paris Commune became a model and inspiration for socialists from Marx to the present day

: We bring here another part of Einhart Lorenz's article about the Paris Commune.
GREEN POLICY:

"A kind of solidarity anarchism will constitute a marked showdown with the parliamentary fixation to which the left has been subject for far too long."

The leader of the Danish party Frie Grønne, Sikandar Siddique, asks MODERN TIMES: «What good is it that there is 'a good atmosphere on the train' if we all on the train are heading towards the abyss? Those of us in the North who "sit on the pig" must find their way out of the consumer hamster wheel.
MIDDLE EAST:

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is cutting international cooperation

What significance does it have that the authorities have cut cultural support to a number of Norwegian actors working internationally? For example, Kirkelig Kulturverksted i Midtøsten?
SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGIST:

Freedom, equality and sisterhood

With topics such as forced marriage, child marriage, rape and honor killings, Professor Unni Wikan has studied people all her life, but not least – the Muslim. She has had to avoid that.
911:

Do the right thing


Spike Lee: NYC EPICENTERS 911-> 2021½
Spike Lee's documentary series, which now airs on HBONordic, is a comprehensive depiction of New York – interspersed with memories, stories and insights from eyewitnesses to the city's largest terrorist attack.
DOCUMENTARY:

20 years after September 11


Dylan Avery: SEVEN
A research team in Alaska has via research and new computer-simulated models concluded that the NIST report on 11 September has been incorrect. Something for NRK?
ECO FILM:

Grief is how we feel – when a loss is a fact (watch the movie here)


Andrea Culková: Žal Žen (Grief / Sorg)
Extinction Rebellion is a fast-growing protest movement. They are in favor of transforming the love of nature and the rage over politicians' passivity into collective action. But what about the political potential of grief?
CANNES:

Continuation rather than replay


Joachim Trier: The world's worst man
With The World's Worst Man, Joachim Trier has very possibly made his best film to date. And it is more than just the capital that connects it to Reprise and Oslo, 31 August.
JULY 22ND:

The trauma story


Aslaug Holm, Sigve Endresen: Generation Utøya
Utøya as a hotbed for budding party affiliation: This generation still cannot be gagged.
PHOTO BOOK:

To stick together right into the fall of life

Some photographs in this book are perceived as ruthless, despite the fact that the photography was done among friends.
THE PHOTOGRAPHER:

"I do not see beauty in war, but there is beauty in everything"

Beauty, suffering, wealth, poverty, superficiality and raped children are different sides of the same coin, says photographer Marco Di Lauro, who spent a week with the Red Cross in Bergamo during the covid-19 outbreak.
PHOTO BOOK:

"What we want to say 'yes' to."


Kajsa Gullberg: The House of Mirror
Photographer Kajsa Gullberg is a Socrates light in the sex club. The photographs from the club are blurred and reddish.