The Campus as Battleground: Placing the University Within the Hong Kong Protests

Mia M. Bennett (University of Hong Kong), Lachlan B. Barber (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Benjamin L. Iaquinto (University of Hong Kong)

We don’t need no educationWe don’t need no thought controlNo dark sarcasm in the classroomTeachers leave them kids aloneHey, teachers, leave them kids aloneAll in all it’s just another brick...
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On the edge of Europe: The violence and filth of a camp in Bosnia defines the EU’s legacy on refugees

Thom Davies (University of Nottingham), Jelena Obradovic-Wochnik (Aston University) and Arshad Isakjee (University of Liverpool) Overlooked by the forested peaks of the Dinaric mountains on the...
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The Violent Reality of the EU Border: Police Brutality in the Balkans

Earlier this year the Antipode Foundation announced the recipients of its 2018 Scholar-Activist Project and International Workshop Awards. The organisers of one of the projects, “Fragile...
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Intervention – “Your freedom smells like teargas!” Deconstructing Europe’s Critique of Turkey’s Policing of the 2013 Protests

Till F. Paasche, Geography Department, Soran University, Kurdish Region, Iraq During the summer of 2013 mass protests against the politics of Turkey’s Prime Minister Erdoğan disrupted the country...
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