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Thinking and acting from heterogeneities

By: Raúl Zibechi La homogeneity of collective subjects was nothing more than an impossible dream of critical thought, which today is questioned by reality. The effort to standardize the popular field led to the politics of unity that ran through…

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The sterile illusion of change from above

By: Raúl Zibechi Colombia, Ecuador and Chile show us relatively similar recent processes. Governments of the neoliberal right faced with large popular revolts of long duration, which opened gaps in domination and put governability in check. The political system responded…

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Zibechi: the limits of protest as a form of struggle

By: Raúl Zibechi With his usual lucidity, William I. Robinson wonders if the worldwide wave of protests and mobilizations will be capable of confronting global capitalism (https://bit.ly/3MjvBsl). In effect, there has been an endless chain of protests and popular uprisings…

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Zibechi: When war no longer saves the system

By: Raúl Zibechi Many data indicate that the large companies of the military-industrial complex have been obtaining juicy profits since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. But other data assure the opposite; they say that the capitalist crisis…

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Decolonizing critical thought and rebellions II

By: Gilberto López y Rivas/II The construction of another world in Latin America, according to Raúl Zibechi, is being carried out by means of organizations not state-centric nor hierarchical, which at times don’t even have permanent leadership teams and, as…

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Zibechi: Emancipating the peoples is necessary for a change

ZIBECHI: EMANCIPATING THE PEOPLES IS NECESSARY FOR A CHANGE  IN THE POLITICAL CULTURE By: Fabiola Palapa Quijas The Uruguayan writer and journalist Raúl Zibechi (Montevideo, 1952) considers that the history of Latin America has been centered on the union, the…

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