Read Part I here. Nicholas: Article Twenty-four in “Fundamentals of Pacification Theory” mentions “Suspicious Activity Reporting Initiatives” and the state’s urging citizens to partake in “shared responsibility” (i.e. If You See Something, Say Something neighborhood watch programs). As you write, these initiatives
In his speech “Terrorism: Theirs and Ours,” now deceased Professor Eqbal Ahmad elucidated five types of terrorism: state, religious, mafia, pathological, and political terror of the private group. Of these types, the focus in mainstream political discourse and media has almost always
Read Part I here. Nicholas: Do you envision police as having any (redefined) role in serving under the hypothetical scenario where a socialist government held official power (e.g. Syriza in Greece)? Tyler: [This] question is quite complicated, obviously, and one that I
Mark Neocleous is Professor of the Critique of Political Economy at Brunel University in London, England. For twenty years, Mark was a member of the Editorial Collective of the journal Radical Philosophy and is currently on the editorial board of Red Quill
The United States has never been a welcoming country to people of color, immigrants outside of white western Europeans, natives, nor the organized Left, and that narrative isn’t changing anytime soon. While the government has a history of planting spies into Left
Tyler Wall is a sociology professor at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, formerly an associate professor for the EKU School of Justice Studies. He received his doctorate of philosophy in justice studies from Arizona State University. His work focuses on the politics of
Regardless of which mainstream media venue one chooses to entertain – be it CNN, the New York Times, or the Wall Street Journal, the result, in terms of coverage allocation dedicated to this “new” political geography under President Donald J. Trump, is the same.