NLR 311 Sept-Oct 2012

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Richard Duncan: A New Global Depression?
Interview with the author of The Dollar Crisis, one of the few analyses to predict the 2008 financial meltdown. Richard Duncan tracks its causes to the credit explosion unleashed by the fiat-dollar system, in toxic symbiosis with the global wage deflation caused by manufacturings shift to the East.

Donald Sassoon: Eric Hobsbawm, 19172012
Appreciation of the historian as unrepentant Communist. Donald Sassoon recalls Hobsbawms relations with the global movement he joined in Berlin during the Popular Front era, and his contributions as scholar and panoramic comparativist.

Rob Lucas: The Critical Net Critic
Advances in information technology have generated both delirious boosterism and gloomy prognoses of computer-assisted decline. Rob Lucas engages with the sceptical current exemplified by Nicholas Carrs The Shallows, tracing its conceptual underpinnings and identifying its lacunaepolitical, economic, historical.

Daniel Finn: Order Reigns in The Hague
Daniel Finn reports on Septembers Dutch election, where the Liberal and Labour parties rallied to prevent Holland following the Greek example. Origins and orientations of the Socialist Party that briefly threatened the Pax Bruxelliana, and strategic lessons for the left from its campaign.

Rafael Correa: Ecuadors Path
The Andean republics president discusses his formation and his governments record in office, across a range of spheres: economy, environment, education, freedom of the press. How would he respond to critics, and what are the main challenges the country faces?

Robin Osborne: Cultures of Empire: Greece and Rome
How was Roman imperial rule over Greece legitimated in the minds of conquerors and subjects alike? The mutual reverberations of an Augustan cultural revolution that brought Hellenism to the empires core and diverted Greeks to the glories of the past.

Julian Stallabrass: Radical Camouflage at Documenta 13
Dispatch from dOCUMENTA, the quinquennial art exhibition in Kassel, where a rhetoric of diversity and anti-logocentrism serves as smokescreen for the contradictions and complicities of the art business.


Augusta Conchiglia on Thomas Deltombe, Manuel Domergue and Jacob Tatsitsa, Kamerun!. The first full account of Frances hidden colonial war in West Africa.

Clive Dilnot on Chris Killip, Seacoal. Scenes of industrial decay in 1980s Northumberland as images of a workless future.

Bryan Palmer on Steven Hirsch  Lucien van der Walt, Anarchism and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World. Panorama of libertarian left rebels, from Latin America to Ukraine, Cairo to Korea.


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