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Greece: The Chorus is Still Deliberating

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Originally published in Cuarto Poder, Monday 18th June, in the aftermath of the Greek elections. Juan Carlos Monedero is Professor of Political Sciences and Administration at the Complutense University of Madrid. In Smiley’s People, the…

 
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Challenges of Indignation

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This is the third of three translations of pieces that appeared originally on the Spanish blog Madrilonia.org. All three were translated by Liz Mason-Deese. This article was originally published on May 31st, 2012. The 15M is very alive, we…

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Where are the ‘indignados’ going?

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Translation of an article by Manuel Castells, originally published in La Vanguardia, 21st January 2012. The indignados movement that burst forth in 2011 in Spain, Europe and the United States is a breath of fresh air in…

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Mariano’s Trench

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A loose translation: Aggressive Begging for Change. This past month has been demonstrating the various ways in which the different nationalities of the world make clear their personal innate characteristics through their response to the…

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From the Wires

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There is a passage in Adam Phillips’s most recent book On Balance where he quotes Freud biographer Ernest Jones as observing that it is not the people we hate the most that we want to kill,…

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