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Issue 15 is the latest and features: Towards a New African Fascism; Multiculturalism, Immunisation and Rhythm: Interview with…

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Issue 15 is the latest and features: Towards a New African Fascism; Multiculturalism, Immunisation and Rhythm: Interview with Alexej Ulbricht; Last Survivors or First Mutants: Notes on Surplus Population; A Deadly Mediterranean: Technical Trials of Modern Warfare; Sincere Genesis: On Félix Guattari and Groups; Interview with Osha Neumann; Marketisation of Mass Education in England: A Brief History; A Cry Against Help & 13 Protheses on Carelessness of the Self. Book Reviews: ‘These Days are not to be Missed’: 1990s Rave and Club Culture in Fiction; Peter Sedgwick: Psycho Politics – Laing, Foucault, Goffman, Szasz and the Future of Mass Psychiatry; Marcel Bois: Kommunisten gegen Hitler und Stalin. Die linke Opposition der KPD in der Weimarer Republik – Eine Gesamtdarstellung. Fiction: Pigeon. Music: Fluxus and DIY Concerts; Datacide Activities Since the Last Issue. News: Endless War; Infiltration and Agent Provocateurs; Surveillance, Control and Repression; Neo-Nazis, the National Socialist Underground and the State; Why Do Refugees Want To Go To England? Plus: Record Reviews, Charts, Comics and Illustrations.

Some past issues also available.

Issue 14: ‘They Hate Us, We Hate Them’: Resisting Police Corruption and Violence in Hackney in the 1980s and 1990s; When Will We Leave the 20th Century?; Social Media and Internet Surveillance; Uganda – Anti-Homosexuality Bill Update and fiction, music, illustrations and comics.

Issue 13: Confessions of an Accidental Activist; Spiral Tribe Interview with Mark Harrison by Neil Transpontine; ‘Revolt of the Ravers’ – The Movement Against the Criminal Justice Act; What is this Future?; Wikipedia-A Vernacular Encyclopedia. Plus fiction, music, illustration and comics

Issue 12: Communisation Theory and the Question of Fascism; From Adorno to Mao – The Decomposition of the ’68 Protest Movement into Maoism (extended book review); Control and Freedom in Geographic Information Systems; Bolognoise ain’t a Sauce for Spagheti but Bologna’s Soundscape; Polaris International: Documents and Interventions; Plus more

Issue 11: Hedonism and Revolution: The Barricade and the Dancefloor; Dope smuggling, LSD manufacture, organized crime & the law in 1960s London; Shaking the Foundations: Reggae soundsystem meets ‘Big Ben British values’ downtown; Tortugan tower blocks? Pirate signals from the margins; Dancing before the police come; From Subculture to Hegemony: Transversal Strategies of the New Right in Neofolk and Industrial; From Conspiracy Theories to Attempted Assassinations: The American Radical Right and the Rise of the Tea Party Movement; How to start with the subject…

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