Daily Archives: January 22, 2015

Honduras: the Failings of Neoliberalism | GREG McCAIN


(Counterpunch, January 21, 2015) Militarization and the Failed State   Robando is Spanish for stealing. “Juan Robando” is the not-at-all-affectionate moniker given to the President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernandez (JOH). January 27th marks the end of the first year … Continue reading

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Charlie Hebdo and the Return of the Postcolonial | FAWZIA AFZAL-KHAN


(Counterpunch, January 21, 2015) Responsibility: Personal and Collective   The Charlie Hebdo affair has proved productive in terms of reintroducing the world to ideas and analyses derived from the field of postcolonial studies, itself based on an interdisciplinary methodology combining … Continue reading

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