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As Governments Signal Coming End for Gas-Power Cars, General Motors Joins the Race for an “All-Electric” Future

As Governments Signal Coming End for Gas-Power Cars, General Motors Joins the Race for an “All-Electric” Future

By Brendan Sage, Georgetown University Law Center

Proclaiming that the company “believes in an all-electric future,” GM executive Mark Reuss announced on October 1st that the company will build two new all-electric car models in the next 18 months, and 20 all-electric models by 2023. 817 more words

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MORE "INSTRUMENTAL INSTRUMENTS"

Last week, Red Bull Music Academy Daily re-booted their Instrumental Instruments series of features, which concentrates on key pieces of music-making hardware and software.

Amongst the flurry of features were two written by yours truly. 480 more words

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From Foucault to Valls: experiments with basic income in France (2016)

Susan Milner, From Foucault to Valls: experiments with basic income in France. IPR blog, University of Bath, 25th November 2016

Dr Susan Milner is Reader in European Politics at the University of Bath. 270 more words

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The Separation of Church and Stream

The Separation of Church and Stream

By Zenia Memon, Georgetown University Law Center

Almost a decade ago, Ecuador enacted a new Constitution which granted inalienable rights to nature—a first for any Constitution. 946 more words

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Timebinding: ‘Bangkok Noir: Crime Fiction in the City of Angels’

2 May 2016 – Bangkok Noir: Crime Fiction in the City of Angels – Jonathan DeHart at The Diplomat on Thailand’s capital being home to a vibrant community of writers exploring the city’s vast underbelly.

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Foucault and Marx: on Subjectification and Exhaustion (2017)

Gordon Hull, Foucault and Marx: on Subjectification and Exhaustion, New APPS: Art, Politics, Philosophy, Science, 25 September 2017

I have been circling around the relation between Marx and Foucault for a while, and thinking in  particular about the ways that they can be viewed as productively engaged, particularly at the intersection of primitive accumulation and subjectification (e.g.,  128 more words

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Maximizing Anti-Corruption through Disclosures about Payments in Extractive Industries

Maximizing Anti-Corruption through Disclosures about Payments in Extractive Industries

By Somin Lee, Senior Editor 

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Bribery and corruption have long been a part of doing business in the energy industry. 4,275 more words

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