This report was provided by the organizers of the 2nd International Meeting on Social Ecology On the weekend of the 28th of October 2017, the 2nd International Meeting on Social Ecology was held in the occupied school of La Karmela, Bilbao, Euskal Herria (Basque Country). They were an opportunity to pay tribute to the struggles […]Read More Report from the 2nd International Meeting on Social Ecology in Bilbao
Article by Thomas Jeffrey Miley. First published at ROAR Magazine in October 2017. Could Öcalan’s democratic confederalism offer a revolutionary alternative to the stalemated outcomes of the Catalan and Kurdish independence referendums? Police violence against peaceful demonstrators in Barcelona. Military occupation by Iraqi army forces in Kirkuk. Institutions of autonomy and self-rule severely […]Read More The Perils and Promise of Self-Determination
The form of political organization now known as the nation-state is a relatively recent invention in Western societies. This invention, the dominant form in the West, has been imposed on most of the world’s population, throughout the twentieth century, notwithstanding that it is based on a number of ideas and social attitudes totally alien […]Read More What kind of nation state for the 21st century?