Emily Chow-Quesada reflects on the ongoing social unrest in Hong Kong.
Ka-Lee Wong reviews an assessment of Hong Kong and its culture two decades after its reversion to China.
Sasha Dovzhyk on the haunting banality of Europe’s biggest nuclear catastrophe.
As the Bharatiya Janata Party looks set to take a general election majority in an India increasingly hostile to minorities, Ragini Mohite reviews Githa Hariharan’s important novel on caste inequality and Dalit experience
Ophelia Tung discusses the necessity of loss and vulnerability to the resistance of patriarchy.
Thomas L. Lynn, Jr. reviews David Harvey’s new work on the madness of capitalism.
Grafton Tanner reviews a memoir that looks at the working conditions of big industry – how corporatism breaks, imprisons, and sometimes kills its workers.
Brian Haman reviews Byung-Chul Han’s Psychopolitics and explores a regime of domination that has discovered the force of the psyche.