Why does the United States go to war?
Settler colonialism and social control
How the political violence of modern jihad echoes the crises of western liberalism
How shipping is central to the very fabric of global capitalism
Terrorism’s roots in Western Europe and the United States
"Well sourced and artfully crafted, offering a comprehensive history of India’s ideology” – Jacobin
A leading activist museum director explains why museums are at the center of a political storm and how they can be reimagined
Labour and the Antisemitism Question: what next?
A health check on our corrupt and broken political system by one of our finest historians
Responding to the US’s perpetual war, Butler explores how mourning could inspire solidarity
The War on Terror has created a global bonanza for commercial military suppliers.
A major intervention in media studies theorises the politics and aesthetics of internet video
The definitive account of the disappearance of forty-three Mexican students
The rise of international jihad and Western ultra-nationalism
From Spartacus to the Shoe-Thrower of Baghdad
A deeply affecting–and infuriating–portrait of the life and death of a courageous indigenous leader
An urgent collection of essays on the global pandemic, from n+1 and Verso Books
How the West’s obsession with Vladimir Putin prevents it from understanding Russia