fascism

 
A hard and perilous road ahead for SA
A hard and perilous road ahead for SA
There is now a widespread sense that South Africa is in serious trouble. The fantasy that the authoritarian kleptocracy that festered during the...
Avoid a Modi authoritarian solution for South Africa
Avoid a Modi authoritarian solution for South Africa
In 1975, Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi found herself confronting popular ferment and declared a state of emergency. In his compelling new...
2019 elections: The great democratic swindle
2019 elections: The great democratic swindle
With the May 8 elections results announced, the analyst-pollster machine goes into another gear. The data geeks and other people linked to the...
Don’t censor the red berets, describe them
Don’t censor the red berets, describe them
There has been a suggestion that the best way to respond to the politics of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is either not to cover them in the...
Live Art Network, an introduction
Live Art Network, an introduction
The Live Art Network Africa colloquium runs from February 17 to 20 at the University of Cape Town’s Hiddingh Campus, 31-37 Orange...
Spectre of fascism haunts Italy
Spectre of fascism haunts Italy
It didn’t matter where they were: in front of a café, a tobacconist, or the train station. It didn’t seem to matter who they were: men or...
Editorial: Beware deputy top cop's fascism
Editorial: Beware deputy top cop's fascism
In mature democracies, a period of disorder is usually followed by the “law and order” party’s victory at the polls. Politicians promise a...
The last summer of reason
The last summer of reason
POLITICSIn January 2001, three journalists at the Daily News, an independent newspaper in Harare, were arrested and questioned by...
Negative messianism marks our times
Negative messianism marks our times
POLITICSI am back from the Night of Ideas and Philosophy, an all-night marathon of debates organised by the French Institute and various New...
​The age of humanism is ending
​The age of humanism is ending
There is no sign that 2017 will be much different from 2016.
Fascist symbols take the cake
Fascist symbols take the cake
A senior Italian politician has defended a birthday cake that was made for him and decorated with Nazi and fascist symbols, saying that the...

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