The Museum of J. Stalin’s Underground Printing Press by Christopher Marcisz
Coming face to face with Soviet storytelling is always a bit of a shock.
The University at the End of the World by Shona McCombes
Throwing an American university out of an EU country? This is something unprecedented.
Five Notes on the Yellow Vest Movement by Joshua Clover
If we lived in a world where the psychic life of politics was not dominated by the electoral pantomime, we could hope for a real challenge to the rule of capital.
Tour of Babel: Qualunquismo by Lorenzo Andolfatto
“Oh well,” he said in the wake of Mussolini’s declaration of war against France in 1940, “Now that we are here, let’s get to work and fix the world quick.”
North Macedonia or Bust by Lily Lynch
Democracy has become a dirty word across much of the Balkans, something to be sneered at, a joke.
My Dictator: Slobodan Milosevic by Aleksandra Appleton
I noted the fear that flickered in the adults’ eyes as the broadcasts from the war went on.
The London Underground Sketchbook by Priya Kuriyan
Notes and drawings from The Tube
The Doppelgänger by Yonatan Raz Portugali
Tracking down a double from another world
Pussy and the Private Parts by Ulli Lust
What’s actually obscene
Iran: Wealth and Colonialism Oliver Corlett
Iran has had its share of troubles over the past couple of millennia.
Macron’s Memewear by Emily Lever
Emmanuel Macron has a streetwear line.
The Requirement to Integrate by Agri Ismaïl
The language of xenophobia in Sweden
“We’ve been psyop-ed with a rusty knife.” by Lily Lynch
Creating a constantly shifting sense of confusion, disorientation, and fear is the aim of this propaganda, to keep the population docile.