Monthly Archives: April 2016

Fidel Castro’s last speech and TTIP: From solidarity between peoples to the supremacy of multinational cooperations

Last week saw two events that seem quite unrelated but in fact tell us a lot about changes in the global political economy over the last decades, changes that have accelerated since the end of the Cold War. The first … Continue reading

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Rethinking national duty in Eritrea: After 18 months – set them free!

As I am preparing a keynote speech on Geopolitics, Betrayals and Narratives of Oppression: Understanding Eritrean Foreign Policy in the wider context of the Horn of Africa to be given at the Institute of Political Science and International Relations of … Continue reading

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