The ‘Chinese interference’ story is rooted in xenophobia, economic decline
Ottawa’s anxieties about a power to the East are neuralgic, irrational, and grimly familiar.
Venezuela’s Seed Law should be a global model
For peasant farmers, the battle over seed rights is critical to their livelihoods.
“If there is to be a livable future, it will be a future offline”
Jonathan Crary’s new book excoriates the digital world of late capitalism.
Ecological imperialism and the Canadian mining industry
In 2013, Edward Snowden’s leak of documents pertaining to the inner workings of National Security Agency (NSA) sparked international revelations about the reach and unaccountability of Washington’s international surveillance apparatus. One series of documents that remain understudied, however, concern similar activities orchestrated by the Canadian government.