What We're Reading This Week
Matthew Vitz, An Unlikely Environmentalism: Mexico City's Urban Ecological Thought in the Age of Development, Global Urban History.
Faisal Devji, Will Saudi Arabia Cease to Be the Center of Islam?, The New York Times.
Michael Kwet, Break the Hold of Digital Colonialism, Mail & Guardian.
Helena Rosenblatt, What We Talk About When We Talk About Liberalism, Boston Review.
Paul McGrade, Ireland Has Come Too Far to Be Dragged Back in Time by Brexit, The Guardian.
Ian Hislop, From Satirical Coins to Subversive Salt-Shakers: A History of Political Protect Through Objects, New Statesman.
Sasha Lilley, A Thousand Days of Democracy, Jacobin.
Gideo Rachman, America, China and the Route to All-Out Trade War, FT.
BOYD VAN DIJK
Matt Apuzzo & Marlise Simons, US Attack on ICC Is Seen as Bolstering World's Despots, New York Times.
Brandon Terry & Others, Forum MLK Now, Boston Review.
Atossa Araxia Abrahamian, The Inequality Industry, The Nation.
Frank Pasquale, All Too Humanitarian, Commonweal.