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MANAGER

Massive change

BRUCE MAU::
How about looking back over 30 years, to be able to see and act into the future?

A liberal left?

Accelerationism::
Several thinkers believe that it is possible for what they call a rather complacent left to carve out a better and freer future through capitalism and technology.

The masses and the people

PSYCHOLOGY::
Is it possible to understand why the majority choose a leader or a slave-like existence?

Bjørneboe, Gateavisa, and post-anarchism

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Is it possible that traits from anarchism still have great validity for some of us today?

Palestine in our century

Palestine Annex::
The magazine Palestine in our century has both a current and historical perspective on # Middle East #'s long nuclear conflict over Palestine. Although it is well known, it is often with little detailed knowledge.

Where are we going now?

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Is globalization an evil that should now be fought? No, it's more nuanced. We who have an international orientering looks with fear at how international cooperation is now weakening with the pandemic.

MODERN TIMES: Quarterly magazine next!

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It was time to settle, now in our sixth year for today's MODERN TIMES. Not only is the world changing with a pandemic (see otherwise in the newspaper), but the public has also changed dramatically over the past decade.

Permanent state of emergency?

corona::
Are the European authorities truthful about how long the measures will last? Can you lock up a population for 12-18 months before a vaccine is developed?

Book reviews

Care / The Care Crisis. What Caused It and How Can We End It? (by Emma Dowling): The UK is increasingly dependent on the efforts of volunteers to provide citizens with a minimum of care while public services are suffering from budget cuts and crises.
Artist / TEXT! Art and such 1981-2020 (by Guttorm Nordø)Guttorm Nordø talks about the immediate as the only guideline for his art. One of the finest, most risk-taking and wittiest art books of 2021?
Climate / The New Climate War (by Michael E. Mann)Are vegans' attempts to lift the meat comb or drop flying the solution to the climate problem? Over the past year, our changing travel and behavior patterns have had only a small effect on global greenhouse gas emissions.
Conversations with the speeds of light. The construction of the digital realm of the dead. (by Ole Sverre Olsen)When Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum, introduces the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Shaping the Future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution), and when Elon Musk, the founder of the successful Tesla, plus Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg presents the visions for the 21st century , you should pay close attention to what is the specific content of what they present of technology, researched in the laboratories of Silicon Valley.
Modernism / Carsten Boysen: A fair housing policy,… (by Jon Guttu,…)Can the current anti-social urban and housing situation need more modernism? Two books actualize a belief in progress that society can change for the better.
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