Migration, the Business

Luís Hernandez Navarro analyzes the catastrophic loss of life in trailer accident outside of Tuxtla. A monitoring of the current migratory flow cannot remain at a north-south spatiality because it is no longer possible to trace precise, absolute boundaries. There is a continuous geographic redefinition. The borders of exploitation are reproduced in the transnational space.

The Military Industrial Complex

Raul Romero reflects on the rising influence of the military-industrial complex in Mexico. “When the military are predominant members of the power elite, Mills reflected, what they seek is expansion. Hopefully we still have time to shut them down.”

The Grand Theft of Seeds

Silvia Ribeiro describes yet another aspect of the war on life waged by transnational corporations. This week from December 2-8, marked the global campaign against the privatization of seed and the UPOV (International Union for the Protection of Plant Varieties. #StopUPOV

The (Supposed) Limits of Capitalism

Raúl Zibechi emphasizes that there is no defeating capitalism, nor a utopia on the other side of struggle. Another world, new social relaitons must be built, holding capitalism at bay in continuous struggle.

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