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Emma Bakkevik

International freelance writer for Ny Tid

Autonomy and mutual help

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

- We must be happy, even with the prospect of extinction

INTERVIEW: The Italian activist philosopher Franco "Bifo" Berardi talks to MODERN TIMES about America's arrogance, loneliness, rebellion, mortality, and Buddhism as role models.

Attentive and timeless presence

SLOW TRAVEL: Animals often have an almost enviable ability to find their place in the whole. Why can't people do the same?

When Foucault took acid in the desert

LSD: How did Foucault's own experiences color his political thinking? And do psychedelics help with anxiety, depression and addiction?

The profit hunt price

SOCIAL CRITICISM: The pursuit of profit forces the Dutch sheep owner Stijn out of its comfort zone. Honest work is no longer enough – today you have to have pointed elbows.

A society in short supply

TECHNOLOGY: Chaos has taken over, but can we find a way out of the chaos?

Observations from Chiapas

TRAVEL-ESSAY: 25 years after the Zapatist revolution, self-organized rebel communities coexist with Coca-Cola and religion in a surrealistic mix of anarchism and imperialism.

Journalism in the danger zone

Like many other journalists, war correspondent Marie Colvin was killed in Syria as she tried to report back home on the atrocities. Ny Tid has spoken to the photographer who was involved in what was to be her last assignment.

War as election campaign

The Turkish president is tightening his grip on growing violence in Turkey – now the opposition fears he will speed up the upcoming election in 2019 to further consolidate power.