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The Neoliberal Inevitability of Vegetarian Hegemony

The election of Donald Trump may signal a slap in the face for our neoliberal orthodoxy, but it’s certainly not a death blow. It remains to be seen how effective he will be in disrupting the stasis that has gripped western liberal democratic governance for much of the past quarter century. 918 more words


Explore the History and Artifacts of Fukuyama Castle

Fukuyama Castle, also referred to as Hisamatsu Castle, is a five-story (six-level) castle located in Fukuyama, Hiroshima. Since the 17th century it has played an important role in Japanese history and was one of the greatest castles of the… 372 more words


Captivity: Or, Why We Deserve Trump

I made a short film in 2011 called “Captivity.”  It was a reflection on the state of our historical moment – late capitalism, reality tv, torture movies – you know, junk culture. 1,603 more words

Manual de referencia sobre la ciencia política por Francis Fukuyama

Adjunto reseña (más una guía de lectura) y algunas reflexiones sobre el último libro (en dos volúmenes) de Francis Fukuyama.

Auge y decadencia de la política


Neonihilism and the Failure of Liberalism

Ross Douthat in today’s New York Times declares our time a crisis for liberalism, the left having ‘lost its way’, in the aftermath of the election of Donald Trump. 633 more words


Electing Robin Hoods? The Voting Power of the Left Behind

Partyforumseasia: The presidential election in the United States has shown new levels of campaign spending. While Jeb Bush burned “only”  130 million $ without getting anything back, … 791 more words

Political Parties In Southeast Asia

Trump/Brexit: Popular Legitimacy and the Rule of Law

The New York Times ran an editorial yesterday on what it called ‘a coup’ against the Supreme Court. The death of Antonin Scalia earlier this year, and the Republican Party’s refusal to entertain a replacement has rendered the previously nine, now eight judge court unable to resolve some important cases, split evenly as they are between four generally liberal and four generally conservative justices. 534 more words