Interview with Colombian painter Paola Romero by Antonio Pradel for REVOLVE in Madrid.
Israel’s all-out war on Gaza at the end of December 2008 and early January 2009 cannot be analyzed without looking at the connection to the 2006 Israel-Lebanon War, which in turn was sparked by previous events in Gaza. Indeed, this mirror effect between Israel’s northern and southern fronts entices historical recurrence, which will have been incited and ended by Israel when this conflict eventually concludes.
Writer: Stuart Reigeluth
OBAMA: The United States and the World
The Obama phenomenon is fading fast as eloquent fantasies of change clash with domestic politics and global realities.
Writer: Hélène Dieck
Norman Finkelstein is an internationally-respected scholar and the author of several books including Beyond Chutzpah:…
Interview with Syrian sculptor Issa Kazah by Nadia Muhanna for REVOLVE in Damascus.
ROMANIA: The Stolen Revolution
Writer: Boštjan Videmšek | Photographer: Jure Eržen
20 years ago, Romania was burning. As the Communist regimes in Eastern Europe fell like dominos, a wave of change washed over the dominion of Nicolae Ceauşescu – one of the crueler dictators since Stalin. These are scenes of a military coup d’état, reminiscent of South America in the 1970s.