Lesson missed: friends, beers, jeers, and racial profiling in the Gates arrest
The storm ten years after a racial arrest.
Why American law captivates a Black German woman
It is American to compare.
How government intrudes in our lives to protect us
Scientists speak truth to power?
How the US came to regulate business in the 19th century
A famous quote attributed to President Calvin Coolidge is, “The business of the American people is business.” While the history…
How a feminist theoretical dichotomy worked
“Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied […] on account of sex.”
Grounding Ginsburg in Offen’s Theoretical Feminist Dimorphic Framework
One driven woman can make a difference.
Spontaneity of the Masses: The theoretical dichotomy between Lenin and Rosa Luxemburg
“Freedom is always and exclusively freedom for the one who thinks differently”
Xenophobic violence in South Africa: September 2019
Beginning in March 2019, South Africa had been unhinged by particularly intense spates of violence against foreign nationals. The unrests…
The Ogoni tragedy revisited
Much has changed about Ogoniland twenty years since the death of Ken Saro-Wiwa and his eight comrades. With the Niger…
The Niger Delta: Rites of insurgency
Nigeria’s ruling elites are blithely pursuing a neoliberal path of self-destruction, setting the stage for a national meltdown unless diverted…