Through reflections, prose-poems, and conversations with living and dead revolutionaries, Jackie Wang dissects the American prison system.
Faith and Resistance argues that religion and rational thought are compatible.
Another Day in the Death of America draws a grim picture of today's America and is by far one of the most influential books on arms and shootings in the US.
Angela Nagle bemoans the alt-right and explains what has made it a success story.
Recently opened archival material from Saddam Hussein’s Iraq paints a different picture of the brutal dictatorship.
«American identity politicians have no strategy, and do not want one. All they want is to express themselves and progressively radicalise.»
The French-Tunisian philosopher Mehdi Belhaj Kacem wants to show us the path towards good by sharpening our insight into evil.
The book Move Fast and Break Things criticises Google, Facebook and Amazon sharply, but is at the same time partly romantic and crude.
By combining a sociological approach to the climate crisis with examples drawn from literature and film, interesting new horizons are revealed in this British publication.
In his latest book, Martyn Frampton argues that the Muslim Brotherhood is a contradictory establishment, but its contradictions are also part of its successes.