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International orientering in the present.

A rhizomatic world

The ZKM Center for Arts and Media in Karlsruhe will create a greater understanding of the different expressions of media art from a historical perspective.

Entrepreneurs in the desert sun

Who would think that Morocco is a pioneer in solar energy and is investing heavily in achieving ambitious climate goals?

A prehistory of post facto, East and West

Perhaps the truth is not something one can have, but it can and must be sought, writes American historian Marci Shore in this essay.

Photography for change

Dorothea Lange and Vanessa Winship's joint exhibition in London show political photography from two very different eras – how much is still the same. 

From production to reproduction

Interview with philosopher Paul Preciado: The Old Days Workers' Camp was about collectivization of the means of production; today it is about the collectivization of reproduction means. 

Israel's permanent temporary

The old declaration of equality between citizens has been removed in Israel's urgent new law.

The alternative cryptonations – Governance 2.0

Cryptoanarchists around the world are developing "bitnations" – virtual communities based on blockchain. New Time met Bitnation's founder, Susanne Tarkowski Tempelhof. What drives her to create such online communities?

What about NATO?

Ingeborg Breines makes a strong settlement with the "security strategies" of the authorities, NATO and the military industry. A secure future is not built with weapons, but with a peace culture based on dialogue and solidarity, she writes.

Ny Tid complained in fact to PFU

Media: John Y. Jones and Arne Ruth, both on Ny Tid's editorial board, have on behalf of Ny Tid complained in fact to the Press Professional Committee in connection with the essay on the events in New York on September 11, 2001, which we printed last autumn.

Our future with bitcoin and blockchain

Are bitcoin, crypto and blockchain a hype that will burst? Cryptocurrency purchases are not impossible to track.

Marawi: The Filipino jihadists' Sherwood 

The struggle the militant Muslims are fighting in the Philippines is not about establishing an Islamic state, but first and foremost about establishing a just state, a young Filipino jihadist tells Ny Tid.

Who owns Oslo?

Transparency International will survey who owns Oslo and assess the extent to which the owners bring corrupt luggage. 

Secure payment through blockchain

Swedish startup company Cinezen Blockchained Entertainment paves the way for the first worldwide agreements on Video on Demand (VOD) services, which use blockchain technology to secure and simplify cryptocurrency payments.

The road to a new legal order

On May 9, the artist couple Julian Blaue and Edy Poppy reported themselves for structural violence. They are now on an exploration trip in Rio de Janeiro, and encourage Ny Tid readers to join the self-report.

Polish film art on the poster

During this year's film festival in Krakow, Polish poster artist Andrzej Pagowski was celebrated with a large retrospective exhibition.

The struggle for survival

British filmmaker Kim Longinotto makes documentary films about rebellious outsiders, where women fighting for their own survival are the celebrated protagonist.

Islam's forgotten culture and the meaning of Sufism

What kind of change has happened to a culture that has fascinated explorers and free thinkers for centuries?

When society is militarized

Many expect the authorities to provide a safe society, where there is no need to fear dangers, new enemies and refugees. But are we able to see the consequences of the authorities' political "sneaking" of more control?

The sky is not falling

In many ways, the world is becoming a better place to be, for more and more people. According to Professor at the Copenhagen Business School, Bjørn Lomborg, we can thank broad economic growth for this.

Cool, crazy fascism

New fascism has cast aside the seriousness of old fascism – it is loose and relaxed, it is fun. 

Machine Man

The technological man was recently examined during a seminar organized by the Norwegian Critics' Association, as part of the literature festival at Lillehammer.

Should we burn de Sade?

The debate about sexual abuse and unculture in a predominantly male world is virus-like. Artists in particular are affected by the epidemic.

Hidden everyday racism in France

In our daily lives we are constantly sacrificing the identity, identity and individuality of others at the altar of the group, writes French author Tania de Montaigne in a new book.