Monthly Archives: December 2018

North Korea’s Clarification of Denuclearisation and the Yeongjeo-dong Missile Base Controversy

Pyongyang’s denuclearisation clarification and the Yeongjeo-dong controversy underscore a need to change the way we think about nuclear North Korea Continue reading

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Problems of Knowledge and Survival: Democracy, Reason and the Anthropocene

If democracy is apt to lead to rational outcomes, why are we insanely marching toward ecological catastrophe? Continue reading

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The Yellow Vest Movement: How Neoliberalism Ends

The Yellow Vest movement that has convulsed France owes its origins to developments and processes unique to French society, however it also owes its origins to factors and structures operating at the global level. A ready indication of this is … Continue reading

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Reality and Representation: Recent Developments on the Denuclearisation Talks Between the United States and North Korea.

The past month or so has seen revelations of a supposed grand North Korean deception, progress on the implementation of the Panmunjom and Pyongyang Declarations, the stalling of diplomacy between Washington and Pyongyang, and finally talk of a second summit … Continue reading

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