Interview

Political solidarity is front and centre

The medico Project Department has changed its name to the “Department for Transnational Cooperation”. Why? Karin Urschel, the outgoing head of department, explains in an interview. Read more

Interview

Europe is dead

Historian Jürgen Zimmerer on the Berlin Republic and the debate on colonialism. Read more

Essay

Part of the World

Re-membering Europe: In the climate catastrophe, the reactions to the flood connect us to the world. By Radwa Khaled-Ibrahim. Read more

Niger

Last warning from Kabul

Moussa Tchangari

How the international missions in the Sahel could end too. By Moussa Tchangari. Read more

Samos

A place in the middle of nowhere

On Saturday, the new refugee camp on the Greek island of Samos opens. It does not improve the situation of the refugees. By Julia Manek. Read more

Lecture Series 21/22

Troubling Psyche[s] - Affects and Struggles in the Pandemic

We are looking forward to discuss with: Cinzia Arruzza [USA], Clemencia Corea [MEX], Elsa Dorlin [FRA], Tobias Matzner [GER], Verónica Gago [ARG], Nadia Mahmood [IRQ], Koketso Moeti [ZA], Rita Segato [ARG], Eva von Redecker [GER], Djamila Ribeiro [BRA], Vanessa Thompson [GER], Mpumi Zondi [ZA] Read more

Afghanistan

Watershed: First thoughts

What will need to be kept open. An interim assessment of the Afghan crisis, 20 years after 9/11. By Thomas Rudhof-Seibert. Read more

Haiti

In the fray

The presidential assassination, the earthquake and the struggle to somehow counter the disaster – Interview with Pierre Esperance. Read more

Mali

Credibility lost

In Mali, too, international troops are set to withdraw. Questions to Ousmane Diarra from the deported persons self-organisation Association Malienne des Expulsés (AME) in Mali. Read more

Covid-19

More Vaccine inequity

Promoting vaccine boosters before equitable access for all is unethical. By Dr Louis Reynolds. Read more

Interview

Political solidarity is front and centre

The medico Project Department has changed its name to the “Department for Transnational Cooperation”. Why? Karin Urschel, the outgoing head of department, explains in an interview. Read more

Lecture Series 21/22

Troubling Psyche[s] - Affects and Struggles in the Pandemic

We are looking forward to discuss with: Cinzia Arruzza [USA], Clemencia Corea [MEX], Elsa Dorlin [FRA], Tobias Matzner [GER], Verónica Gago [ARG], Nadia Mahmood [IRQ], Koketso Moeti [ZA], Rita Segato [ARG], Eva von Redecker [GER], Djamila Ribeiro [BRA], Vanessa Thompson [GER], Mpumi Zondi [ZA] Read more

Interview

Europe is dead

Historian Jürgen Zimmerer on the Berlin Republic and the debate on colonialism. Read more

Afghanistan

Watershed: First thoughts

What will need to be kept open. An interim assessment of the Afghan crisis, 20 years after 9/11. By Thomas Rudhof-Seibert. Read more

Essay

Part of the World

Re-membering Europe: In the climate catastrophe, the reactions to the flood connect us to the world. By Radwa Khaled-Ibrahim. Read more

Haiti

In the fray

The presidential assassination, the earthquake and the struggle to somehow counter the disaster – Interview with Pierre Esperance. Read more

Niger

Last warning from Kabul

Moussa Tchangari

How the international missions in the Sahel could end too. By Moussa Tchangari. Read more

Mali

Credibility lost

In Mali, too, international troops are set to withdraw. Questions to Ousmane Diarra from the deported persons self-organisation Association Malienne des Expulsés (AME) in Mali. Read more

Samos

A place in the middle of nowhere

On Saturday, the new refugee camp on the Greek island of Samos opens. It does not improve the situation of the refugees. By Julia Manek. Read more

Covid-19

More Vaccine inequity

Promoting vaccine boosters before equitable access for all is unethical. By Dr Louis Reynolds. Read more