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    Book Review: The Great Recoil: Politics after Populism and Pandemic by Paolo Gerbaudo

Book Review: The Great Recoil: Politics after Populism and Pandemic by Paolo Gerbaudo

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In The Great Recoil: Politics after Populism and Pandemic, Paolo Gerbaudo explores how the crises of populism and the COVID-19 pandemic are giving rise to a ‘great recoil’ from neoliberal globalisation, leading to the return of the state and notions of sovereignty, protection and control. While Gerbaudo outlines how the left can seize this moment to build a society of […]

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    Book Review: Against Borders: Why the World Needs Free Movement of People by Alex Sager

Book Review: Against Borders: Why the World Needs Free Movement of People by Alex Sager

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In Against Borders: Why the World Needs Free Movement of People, Alex Sager makes a timely and thoughtful case for a borderless world, grounded in the principles of freedom and equality. The book offers a compelling argument against borders as a means of unjustified exclusion, writes Marco Bitschnau, and is recommended to all those who have long questioned borders […]

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