Resources

ERIS – a research group at the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa (Italy).

Inter-disciplinary Political Studies (IdPS) – open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing academic articles in the field of comparative politics, international relations and related disciplines.

Blogs and other digital scribblings that we like

Mapping Security – Tracing emerging trends in the market for high tech security solutions

criticalsecurity.ca | critical interventions into contemporary security politics

Critical Criminology | perspectives news research learning

STATEWATCH | monitoring the state and civil liberties in Europe

ROARS – Return On Academic ReSearch

Critical Legal Thinking | Law & the Political

Border Criminologies – Foreigners in a Carceral Age

ALTER-EU | Europe’s campaign for lobbying transparency

European Area of Freedom Security & Justice – increase the transparency of the EU and Member States Institutions and favour a wider democratic participation to the transformation of the EU in a true Area of Freedom Security and Justice

Venus in Arms – Critical perspectives on Italian Defense, European Security and International Affairs

IR blog – PhD candidates and post-docs around Berlin

Analysis and reporting

Afrique drogue | Le blog de Christophe Champin

INTELWIRE – News, analysis and primary source documents on terrorism, extremism and national security.

ISIS Europe – Blogging on Issues of International and European Security

War is Boring – From drones to AKs, high technology to low politics, exploring how and why we fight above, on and below an angry world

The Guardian Defence and Security Blog – with Richard Norton-Taylor and Ewen Macaskill

TerraTerra – Cronache da un pianeta in bilico, di Marina Forti su pagina99.it


From the State of Control to a Praxis of Destituent Power

By Giorgio Agamben, 4 February 2014

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Faced with absolute state control and the rapid eradication of political society, only a theory and praxis of destituent power can reclaim democracy. This is the transcript of a public lecture by Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben delivered to a packed auditorium in Athens on November 16, 2013, continue reading on ROAR magazine


G. M. Tamás: Once more on Post-fascism

Lecture by G. M. Tamás on post-fascism at Zagreb on 14th-15th March 2013.