The claims now being made on universities and public institutions in France provides an opening onto different kinds of critical solidarity and strategy.
The zadists should be credited not only for resisting, but for experimenting with new forms of life.
Françoise Vergès responds to the "appeal of the 100" published in Le Monde.
The French government's abandonment of the airport project could leave a bitter taste at the Zad if it leads to the expulsion of those who have made the zone their home as well as their battle.
Kristin Ross describes the history behind two territorial struggles in Europe and examines their political consequences.
Macron's supposed "novelty" quite simply consists of removing the semblance of contestation that still existed in the two-party system.
In this 1979 essay, historian Pierre Vilar reconstructs nineteenth- and twentieth-century Marxist theories of the nation — against the claim that they do not exist.
Paris’s candidate dossier for its bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games illustrates how the IOC curtails civil liberties in host countries.
A 2016 book reveals pro-European intellectuals of the 1930s who greeted Nazi invasion as a historic opportunity for their project.
Watch a televised 1965 discussion between Alain Badiou and Michel Foucault on philosophy and psychology.