An interview with Kristin Ross and Denis Saint-Amand, decrying the call to place the two rebel poets into the France's national memorial.
Why have parties of the centre-left come unstuck across Western Europe since the turn of the century, asks historian Donald Sassoon in an extract from his new book, Morbid Symptoms: Anatomy of a World in Crisis.
Jacques Rancière explains the temporality of the promise and how it shapes our political reality.
Published to mark the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune, Owen Holland discusses socialist poetics in the time of the Commune.
In an interview with Lucion Nanni, historian Enzo Traverso looks at the current rise of Islamophobia and fascism in Europe today.
Alain Badiou and Barbara Cassin, longstanding friends, reflect on the relationship between philosophy and gender, and the differentiated paths and visions this can generate.
Bruno Amable, author of forthcoming The Last Neoliberal, explores how the ‘visionary’ speeches of the current French leaders to reveal an authoritarian turn.
In an interview Christine Delphy relives the formation of the MLF, the women's liberation movement in France, in 1970, and demands that the struggle continue
Emmanuel Terray, showing the contradictions in the Western tradition between religious freedom and the rule of law, warns how the Republic's enforcement of secularism promotes violence.
Alain Brossat on how the reaction to the murder of Samuel Paty exposes the divisions and inequalities at the heart of the French Republicanism, and how the violence is doomed to repeat itself.