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Nina Trige Andersen

Trige Andersen is a freelance journalist and historian.

A patriarchal avenger and savior

The Philippines: After six years of a political death campaign and up to 30 extrajudicial killings, the Philippines went to the polls in May. The inexplicable thing is that the Filipinos have chosen to let the Marcos era be resumed in version 000. President WW's daughter was elected to take up the post of vice-president in a race with former dictator Marcos' son.

The aesthetic manifestations of fascism

FASCISM: This does not necessarily manifest itself through mass spectacles and revolutionary fractures, and it is not a primarily European phenomenon. But like a product of political crises in the modern capitalist states.

A wish – for a new reality

GLOBALIZATION: When the concept of «globalization› took over the academic and political language, and since everyday language, it was not primarily a description of reality that fit into a post-Cold War capitalism, argues new book.

The marketization of China's economy

CHINA: On the edge of the republic, the cultural revolution and market capitalism: Beijing from Below provides a unique insight into China of today – through life stories belonging to the urban people who have not found a place in either official history or official economic progress.

Skin braiding of the tale of modern slavery

THE RESCUE INDUSTRY: It is not only the others who are being exploited. Politicians, trade unionists and philanthropists are falling over each other in the fight against modern slavery.

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

WORK: "Working under capitalism is devastating to people, you die a little inside every time you go to work for someone else."

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

EAST ASIA: Mark W. Driscoll tells, among other things, concrete stories about drunken, arrogant, hyper-violent and rape-cultivating diplomats, missionaries and businessmen.

The joy of the work of others

DO IT YOURSELF:  Author Salomé Aguilera Svirsky dissects and refines a visual genre we know but have not learned to appreciate.

The experience of (un) human encounters with the ancients

NURSING: After a decade in Norwegian elderly care, nurse Vigdis J. Reisæter could no longer bear to give a sedative to anxiety sufferers of dementia instead of a hand to hold and an ear to listen with.