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In the hands of the state?

Hilde Nagell: Digital revolution

DIGITALIZATION: Who has the right to move "freely" on the digital highways, and who is waved to the side by the police or the state intelligence service because their data profile appears on the radar?

In memory of Nawal El-Saadawi

Obituary: Uncompromisingly, she spoke the opposite power. Now she is gone, 89 years old. Author, physician and feminist Nawal El-Saadawi wrote for MODERN TIMES from June 2009.

Sun and sorrow in Sicily

Maike Albath: Grief and light

SICILY: The southern Italian family remains a powerful institution. It slides seamlessly into the mafia's power structure, with its familialo amoral. The family is the law – not the social institutions.

Why does Islam need a sexual revolution?

Seyran Ateş. Translated by Kari Bolstad: Islam needs a sexual revolution

ISLAM: At a time when the fear of Islam is spreading, Seyran Ates writes that Islam needs a sexual revolution to gain respect from the world community.

Climate rebel with unity and lightning glue

Extinction Rebellion Handbook: This is Not a Drill – An Extinction Rebellion and more

CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE: Is it possible to get something positive out of a realization that civilization and the planet are about to perish?

The anarchic path is the only right one

John Holloway: Change the World Without Taking Power. The Meaning of Revolution Today

: REVOLUTION? In the beginning, the scream was, John Holloway believes, with ideological standpoint in zapatism.

Diaries from the wild youth of the internet

Matthew Carnahan: A Very Public Offering. The Story of theglobel.com and the First Internet Revolution / Valley of the Boom

: DOTCOM: The First Internet Revolution is a wild chapter with a strange mix of comedy and disaster. An inside perspective and the wisdom of posterity help us to ask again if everything could have gone differently.

The misunderstood revolution

Amin Saikal: Iran Rising. The Survival and Future of the Islamic Republic

IRAN: Solidly argued status of the Iranian state 40 years after the fall of the shah.

Women's collective anger

Rebecca Traister: Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women's Anger Simon & Schuster, USA

#METOO: Good and Mad encourages women to show their minds so that together we can create revolution and rule the patriarchy.

Towards a united humanity

Alain Badiou: I Know There Are So Many Of You

: We live in the middle of a world historical drama where the revolutionary hope must be maintained. Only in this way can we build civilization for everyone, claims the philosopher Alain Badiou.

The Liberal Dilemma

: ORIENTERING OCTOBER 1968: Hans Skjervheim's new book The Liberal Dilemma and other essays deserves a certain prevalence for obvious political reasons. Some will receive it with insults, accompany it with choirs, and bury it with a parable or a political sketch. Others will declare it well-known, label it as past, passé and thus confirm its criticism. Some will think that it is precisely for this reason that it is a very useful book, writes Øyvind Østerud in his review, among other things.

Yes. There will be a revolution 

Joshua Clover: Red epic

: Red Epic is an American poet's unsentimental political remix.