Critiques the very essence of development policy, especially the complex relationship between policy and practice and role of participation.
Dimitris Papadopoulos, Niamh Stephenson, Vassilis Tsianos
Shows how we can resist increasingly advanced methods of state control by refusing to conform to accepted behavioural norms.
Edited by Robert Jan Pijpers, Thomas Hylland Eriksen
How different mining industries across the world affect landscapes, people and politics.
A critical look into how far our lives are controlled by modern digital systems, and how digital information is used by the powerful.
The story of one musician's journey to discover how music can be used as a political tool.
A journey through five London boroughs, revealing the lives of asylum seekers today
William A. Pelz
A history of Europe told from the perspective of its people, not its rulers.
The corporate world is watching us, but why does no one watch them?
A critical account of how the history of Africa has been understood, interpreted and misinterpreted
An activist's guide to understanding the militarisation of the policing of protest.
An iconic memoir by one of the first female fighters of the PKK
An explosive account of a secret group of mercenaries based on newly declassified documents
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