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Towards a new politic model, 2 July 2014

Espanjalaisia vapaudenhaaveita, 19.12.2013

Occupy: Ihmisen mielikuvitus ei voi kuolla, 28.11.2013

Occupy: Human imagination will not die, 5 October 2013

Occupy: New politics emerging, 25 October 2012

Marinaleda: Andalusian utopia, 4 September 2012

Creating freedom, 24 April 2012

Insurrections past and present, 1 November 2011

Matkalla hyvinvointivaltiosta ruohonjuuridemokratiaan, 6.6.2011

 


See also:

International Organizaion for a Participatory Society, Turkey, David Graeber

 

Muiden kirjoittajien artikkeleita — Articles by other writers

 

Released Occupy Activist Cecily McMillan: "There's No Sense in Prison" by Sarah Jaffe, Truthout, 13 July 2014

Don't wait for the revolution - live it by Andrew Boyd, openDemocracy, 11 July 2014

'Escalating Resistance' in Detroit as Residents Block Water Shut-Offs by Sarah Lazare, Common Dreams, 10 July 2014

Kneeling in Fenway Park to the Gods of War by Chris Hedges, Truthdig, 7 July 2014

Today's ‘Righteous' Defenders of Refugees in Germany by Marina Sitrin, Z Commentaries, 6 July 2014

From El Barrio to La Realidad, Women Lead Struggles to Transform the World by Jessica Davies, Americas Program, 3 July 2014

Only the radical left can save Greece – and Europe – from disaster by Antony Loewenstein, The Guardian, 2 July 2014

“We want our freedom!” Refugees resist in Berlin by Joris Leverink, ROARMAG.org, 2 July 2014

Spanish state: Eruption of Podemos sparks turmoil left and right by Dick Nichols, Links, 1 July 2014

Romania and Bulgaria: occupy the transition! by Claudia Ciobanu, openDemocracy, 25 June 2014

The story of the unsung heroes: Black Bloc Brazil by Esther Solano Gallego and Paulo Rogério Lugoboni Filho, ROARMAG.org, 23 June 2014

Leveling the Playing Field for Worker Cooperatives by Abby Scher, Truthout, 21 June 2014

The cybernetics of Occupy: an anarchist perspective by Thomas Swann, ROARMAG.org, 20 June 2014

Protesting Youth in the Age of Neoliberal Cruelty by Henry A. Giroux, Truthout, 18 June 2014

They Can't Represent Us: a riveting defense of democracy by Jerome Roos, ROARMAG.org, 16 June 2014

The wreck of the plaza: after the squares by Research and Destroy, ROARMAG.org, 16 June 2014

Organizing social space as if social relations mattered by Cindy Milstein, ROARMAG.org, 13 June 2014

The Rules of Revolt by Chris Hedges, Truthdig, 9 June 2014

The Specter of Authoritarianism and the Future of the Left: An Interview With Henry A. Giroux by CJ Polychroniou, Truthout, 8 June 2014

Demanding the Impossible? An Experiment in Engaging Urban Working Class Youth with Radical Politics by Ed Lewis, Jacob Mukherjee, New Left Project, 6 June 2014

Counter-power as common power: beyond horizontalism by Not An Alternative, ROARMAG.org, 6 June 2014

We All Must Become Zapatistas by Chris Hedges, Truthdig, 1 June 2014

A National Call to Link Arms for Democracy by Victoria Collier and Ben-Zion Ptashnik, Truthout, 31 May 2014

“Podemos is breathing new life into a decadent democracy” by Pere Ríos, El País in English, 29 May 2014

Are riots good for democracy? by Stephen D'Arcy and Vijay Prashad, New Internationalist, June 2014

Between Light and Shadow: Marcos' last words by ROAR Collective, ROARMAG.org, 28 May 2014

Podemos hopes to cement rise of citizen politics in Spain after election success by Ashifa Kassam, The Guardian, 27 May 2014

Farewell Marcos, long live Subcomandante Galeano! by Leonidas Oikonomakis, ROARMAG.org, 26 May 2014

The Cooperative Economy A conversation with Gar Alperovitz by Scott Gast, Orion Magazine, May/June & July/August 2014

‘Ecofeminism': a talk about hard work and great joy by Joris Leverink, ROARMAG.org, 22 May 2014

Why the Left Should Look to Jackson, Mississippi by Michael Siegel, Truthdig, 21 May 2014

Protesting Youth in an Age of Neoliberal Savagery by Henry A. Giroux, CounterPunch, 21 May 2014

Occupy Activist Cecily McMillan Sentenced by Dave Lindorff, CounterPunch, 20 May 2014

Post-Occupied by Sarah Jaffe, Truthout, 19 May 2014

They Can't Outlaw the Revolution by Chris Hedges, Truthdig, 18 May 2014

How equal should we strive to become? by Joe Humphreys, The Irish Times, 16 May 2014

One Day We Will All Strike for More Than One Day by David Swanson, War Is A Crime.org, 15 May 2014

Five liberal tendencies that plagued Occupy by Mark Bray, ROARMAG.org, 14 May 2014

Squatting for justice, bringing life to rhe city by Miguel A. Martínez, ROARMAG.org, 13 May 2014

Mapping a New Economy by Scott Carlson, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 12 May 2014

Can Frances Fox Piven's theory of disruptive power create the next Occupy? by Mark Engler and Paul Engler, Waging Nonviolence, 7 May 2014

Outrage & Protests Follow Guilty Verdict for OWS Activist by Sarah Lazare, Common Dreams, 6 May 2014

Why Spanish youngsters don't want revolution, but they do need change by Anabel Díez, El País in English, 5 May 2014

Hotel Bauen and workplace recuperation in Argentina by Marina Sitrin, ROARMAG.org, 1 May 2014

Vio.Me: workers' control in the Greek crisis by Theodoros Karyotis, ROARMAG.org, 1 May 2014

Workers' control at Fralib: the brand with the Elephant by Dario Azzellini, ROARMAG.org, 1 May 2014

Tuzla: the workers' revolt that spawned a Bosnian Spring by Chiara Milan, ROARMAG.org, 1 May 2014

Yue Yuen: wildcat strikes and labor struggles in China by Michael Caster, ROARMAG.org, 1 May 2014

The Case of Mondragon by Vincent Navarro, CounterPunch, 30 April 2014

The Working-Class Mini-Revolts of the Twenty-First Century by Jeremy Brecher, Common Dreams, 28 April 2014

The Crime of Peaceful Protest by Chris Hedges, Truthdig, 27 April 2014

Finland's “Nyt Saa Riittää! – Enough is Enough!” Protest Against Austerity, Revolution News! 26 April 2014

Putting the ‘sharing' back in to the sharing economy by Adam Parsons, Share The Worlds's Resources, 24 April 2014

Spain restricting people's right to protest, Amnesty report finds by Ashifa Kassam, The Guardian, 24 April 2014

The people are smart. Why can't they be trusted to make decisions? by Fintan O'Toole, The Irish Times, 22 April 2014

An extract from Against Austerity by Richard Seymour, openDemocracy, 21 April 2014

Pieces of Madrid: latest Global Uprisings documentary by Global Uprisings, ROARMAG.org, 21 April 2014

Mobilizing for the common: some lessons from Italy by Jerome Roos, ROARMAG.org, 14 April 2014

Growth for Growth's Sake Will Kill Us All by Gar Alperovitz, Common Dreams, 11 April 2014

Youth Around the World See Meagre Opportunities by Bryant Harris, Inter Press Service, 3 April 2014

There's a very different idea of politics and democracy forming in my head by Adrià Rodriguez and Lotta Tenhunen, openDemocracy, 1 April 2014

Reflections on “prefigurative politics” by Samuel Farber, International Socialist Review, #92, 2014

Why aren't Europe's young people rioting any more? by Costas Lapavitsas and Alex Politaki, The Guardian, 1 April 2014

In each other we trust: coining alternatives to capitalism by Jerome Roos, ROARMAG.org, 31 March 2014

Millions-strong March for Dignity shakes Spain by Dick Nichols, Green Left Weekly, 30 March 2014

Managing disorder: towards a global state of control? by Jerome Roos, ROARMAG.org, 29 March 2014

We need a new economy by Molly Rush and Ninamary Langsdale, Pittsburgh Press-Gazette, 17 March 2014

Meet the protest profiteers by Anna Feigenbaum, New Internationalist, March 2014

Spent? Capitalism's growing problem with anxiety by JD Taylor, ROARMAG.org, 14 March 2014

The Pluralist Commonwealth by Gar Alperovitz, garalperovitz.com, 11 March 2014

Socialist Feminism in the 21st Century by Johanna Brenner, International Viewpoint, 9 March 2013

Contesting patriarchy-as-governance: lessons from youth-led activism by Deniz Kandiyoti, openDemocracy, 7 March 2014

Tuzla: building solidarities Interview with Miroljub Radomirovic, International Viewpoint, 6 March 2014

Creating radically democratic solutions to the financial abduction of Europe by Lotta Tenhunen and Adrià Rodríguez, openDemocracy, 6 March 2014

Heathwood: critical theory for revolutionary practice by ROAR Collective, ROARMAG.org, 4 March 2014

There's a Broad Consensus Among Activists Across the Country — Is Social Change Around the Corner? by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, AlterNet, 21 February 2014

The Contradictions of Localism An Interview with Greg Sharzer by Jordy Cummings, The Bullet, 17 February 2014

Politics is Dead: Russell Brand by Jonathan Cook, Information Clearing House, 16 February 2014 (video)

Protest Works - Eventually: The Anti-Iraq War Movement and Syria by Ian Sinclair, The Huffington Post, 14 February 2014

Musician Peter Buffett, Son of Famed Investor, Confronts Gross Injustices of American Capitalism by Gar Alperovitz, AlterNet, 10 February 2014

Creditocracy: making the case for debt refusal by Hollis Phelps, ROARMAG.org, 10 February 2014

On founders and keepers of Occupy Wall Street by Justin Wedes, ROARMAG.org, 10 February 2014

Legalizing Oppression by Chris Hedges, Truthdig, 9 February 2014

Understanding European movements from '68 to 2011 by Parthena Xanthopoulou-Dimitriadou, ROARMAG.org, 7 February 2014

The economics of revolt: an interview with Paul Mason by Global Uprising, ROARMAG.org, 6 February 2014 (video)

From the State of Control to a Praxis of Destituent Power by Giorgio Agamben, ROARMAG.org, 4 February 2014

Workers of self-managed factories gather in Marseille by Theodoros Karyotis, ROARMAG.org, 3 February 2014

Rethinking Economics: From the UK, a Global Student Movement Takes Shape by Ruby Russell, Truthout, 2 February 2014

Spain: Popular Resistance Delivers Results by Esther Vivas, ZNet, 2 February 2014

Understanding the Imperialist System Changed My Life – Gar Alperovitz on Reality Asserts Itself (1/5), ZNet, 28 January 2014

What Would You Do If You Had Political Power? - Gar Alperovitz on Reality Asserts Itself (5/5), The Real News, 28 January 2014

From Fire to Autonomy: Zapatistas, 20 Years of Walking Slowly by Andalusia Knoll and Itandehui Reyes, Truthout, 25 January 2014

The Battle of Burgos by Peter Gelderloos, CounterPunch, 24 January 2014

Tomgram: Laura Gottesdiener, Visiting a Revolution That Won't Go Away, TomDispatch.com, 23 January 2014

Neo-Zapatista Autonomy Javier Sethness Castro, CounterPunch, 23 January 2014

The Growing Movement Putting Sustainability and Community Back in the Forefront by Andrea Germanos, Common Dreams, 23 January 2014

¿Quiénes son los violentos y antidemocráticos? por Vicenç Navarro, www.vnavarro.org, 22 de enero de 2014

‘Only One Big Project': Italy's burgeoning social movements by Alfredo Mazzamauro, ROARMAG.org, 20 January 2014

Crises of Imagination, Crises of Power by Max Haiven, ROARMAG.org, 17 January 2014

Support for Burgos rebels spreads to other Spanish cities by Isabel Valdés Aragonés, El País in English, 16 January 2014

Gamonal como síntoma por Esther Vivas, Público, 15 de enero de 2014

Parties, Causes and Political Power by Ben Little, New Left Project, 15 January 2014

Ruling the Void by Carl Rowlands, New Left Project, 14 January 2014

Why are they rioting in Burgos? by David Jackson, DavidJackson.info, 13 January 2014

Una de las mil razones para estar indignados por Vicenç Navarro, www.vnavarro.org, 13 de enero de 2014

Building a Global Movement to End All War by David Swanson, War Is A Crime.org, 12 January 2014

Economic Prosperity and Economic Democracy: The Worker Co-Op Solution by Richard D. Wolff, Truthout, 12 January 2014

Europe's left has seen how capitalism can bite back by Leo Panitch, The Guardian, 12 January 2014

Building the New Economy by Peter Heltzel and Bo Eberle, Tikkun, 10 January 2014

The left is too silent on the clunking fist of state power by John Harris, The Guardian, 5 January 2014

Richard Wolff on Capitalism and Socialism: An Interview with C. J. Polychroniou, rdwolff.com, 5 January 2014

Zapatistas: 20 years of reinventing revolution by Francisco Alonso, ROARMAG.org, 4 January 2014

Five Economic Reforms Millennials Should Be Fighting For by Jesse A. Myerson, Rolling Stone, 3 January 2014

2014 Is the Year for a People Powered Movement by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, AlterNet, 3 January 2014

Piqueteros: the revolution without face or time by Tomás Astelarra, ROARMAG.org, 3 January 2014

How to break the stranglehold of academics on critical thinking by Razmig Keucheyan, The Guardian, 2 January 2014

EZLN communiqué: ‘when the dead silently speak out' by ROAR Collective, ROARMAG.org, 1 January 2014

Zapatismo and the Latin American cycle of struggles by Raúl Zibechi, ROARMAG.org, 31 December 2013

Major Social Transformation Is a Lot Closer Than You May Realize -- How Do We Finish the Job? by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, AlterNet, 30 December 2013

La revolución democrática a nivel mundial por Vicenç Navarro, Público, 30 de diciembre de 2013

Good news/bad news: a manifesto by Jerome Roos, ROARMAG.org, 28 December 2013

Reflections on 2013: from Thatcher to Taksim by ROAR Collective, ROARMAG.org, 27 December 2013

Everyday communism and the “spirit of Christmas” by Jerome Roos, ROARMAG.org, 25 December 2013

Tomgram: Rebecca Solnit, The Future Needs Us, TomDispatch.com, 22 December 2013

Victims no longer: Spain's anti-eviction movement by Carlos Delclós, openDemocracy, 17 December 2013

Radical Democracy Against Cultures of Violence by Henry A. Giroux, Truthout, 17 December 2013

10 cosas que estarán prohibidas por Concha Caballero, El País, 15 de diciembre de 2013

This is what happens when you outlaw peaceful protest by Jerome Roos, ROARMAG.org, 15 December 2013

‘Binding Chaos': a vision for a compassionate society by Nozomi Hayase, ROARMAG.org, 12 December 2013

Bulgaria: lost in transition by Niklolay Nikolov, Dessislava Hristova Kurzydlowski, Sonya Merkova and Tanya Simeonova, openDemocracy, 10 Decemberr 2013

Women's Assembly Against Austerity, Letter, The Guardian, 10 December 2013

Police violence won't stop this new alliance of students and workers by Laurie Penny, The Guardian, 10 December 2013

Mondragon feels pain as it cuts off its own arm by Miles Johnson, Financial Times, 9 December 2013

Occupations and suspensions: a tense week at Sussex by Craig McVegas, ROARMAG.org, 8 December 2013

Constructive subversion: a guide to organizational change by Liam Barrington-Bush, ROARMAG.org, 7 December 2013

The New Abolitionists: migrant space in Barcelona by Carlos Delclós, ROARMAG.org, 7 December 2013

We won't be bullied into allowing our university to be privatised by Michael Segalov, The Guardian, 7 December 2013

Student protests are changing tack – and facing heavy police repression by Aaron Bastani, The Guardian, 6 December 2013

The Co-operative Group and the commons by Dan Hind, openDemocracy, 3 December 2013

Peace is the truth of the Brazilian protests by Eduardo Baker, Bruno Cava and Giuseppe Cocco, ROARMAG.org, 3 December 2013

The University in Turmoil: Occupations, Strikes and the Search for More by Maïa Pal, New Left Project, 3 December 2013

Rebellious Cities by Robert Young, Monthly Review, 1 December 2013

Left Unity: A Report from the Founding Conference by Richard Seymour, New Left Project, 1 December 2013

Austerity is wreaking havoc, but the left can unite to build a better Europe by Alexis Tsipras, The Guardian, 27 November 2013

'Resign!' – Bulgaria's protesters need a better slogan than that by Jana Tsoneva and Georgi Medarov, The Guardian, 27 November 2013

How the Corporate Elite Win the Class War by John Palmer, ZNet, 27 November 2013

A bitter harvest in Marinaleda by Jerónimo Andreu, El País in English, 26 November 2013

Bulgarian students lead wave of protest by Kit Gillet, The Guardian, 26 November 2013

Democratic and Participatory Production and Governance in the Zapastista Areas of Chiapas by Michel Bauwens, P2P Foundations's Blog, 25 November 2013

From Quebec to Spain, anti-protest laws are threatening true democracy by Richard Seymour, The Guardian, 25 November 2013

Autonomy in Brazil: towards a new political culture by Raúl Zibechi, ROARMAG.org, 25 November 2013

Exiting the Vampire Castle by Mark Fisher, openDemocracy, 24 November 2013

Following Big Money Sweep, Swiss Bid Against Income Inequality Voted Down, Common Dreams, 24 November 2013

Gar Alperovitz Delivers Keynote at 2013 Democracy Convention, ZVideo, 23 November 2013

Cosecha amarga en Marinaleda por Jerónimo Andreu, El País, 22 de noviembre de 2013

“Robin Hood” mayor sentenced to seven months in prison by EFE, El País in English, 21 November 2013

Autonomy in Brazil: below and behind the June uprising by Raúl Zibechi, ROARMAG.org, 21 November 2013

Police are cracking down on students – but what threat to law and order is an over-articulate history graduate? by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 18 November 2013

It's the System Stupid by Hans Despain, Monthly Review, 18 November 2013

Capitalism is a “dirty word”: America's new socialist councilmember talks to Salon by Josh Eidelson, Salon, 18 November 2013

What Then Must We Do? by Gary Alperovitz and Laura Flanders, ZVideo, 18 November 2013

Students in Bulgaria occupy universities to demand an end to corruption, nepotism in govt by Associated Press, The Washington Post, 17 November 2013

We Are in the Midst of Defeating the Largest Corporate Trade Agreement in History by Margaret Flowers and Kein Zeese, AlterNet, 15 November 2013

Occupy Wall Street's debt buying strikes at the heart of capitalism by Alex Andreou, The Guardian, 13 November 2013

'People's Bailout' Abolishes $15 Million in Personal Medical Debt by Lauren McCauley, Common Dreams, 12 November 2013

Democratic politics became a puppet show by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 12 November 2013

Russell Brand, populism and a collapsing centre by Oliver Huitson, openDemocracy, 11 November 2013

The Stealthy Killer That Is Capitalism by Paul Buchheit, Common Dreams, 11 November 2013

Fight For 15 Confidential by Arun Gupta, In These Times, 11 November 2013

Orwell Would Have Backed Brand's Call for Revolution by Tim Holmes, New Left Project, 7 November 2013

The Future Must Be Green, Red, Black and Female by Robert Jensen, Truthout, 7 November 2013

When anarchism goes pop by Paolo Gerbaudo, openDemocracy, 6 November 2013

#MillionMaskMarch: towards a crowdsourced democracy by Nozomi Hayase, ROARMAG.org, 6 November 2013

Don't vilify Russell Brand – he's right to demand the impossible by Suzanne Moore, The Guardian, 6 November 2013

Trans-Pacific Partnership: "We Will Not Obey"; Building a Global Resistance Movement by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Truthout, 6 November 2013

Socialism in One Village by Belén Fernández, Jacobin, 5 November 2013

We deserve more from our democratic system by Russell Brand, The Guardian, 5 November 2013

More on Russell Brand and the vote by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 5 November 20133

Don't move, Occupy! Social movement vs social arrest by Mehmet Dösemeci, ROARMAG.org, 5 November 2013

Russell Brand Tells Robert Webb 'I'm Not In Favour Of Death Camps' by Ned Simons, The Huffington Post, 4 November 2013

“Nos cierran sin ninguna explicación” por Mikel Ormazabal, El País, 2 de noviembre de 2013

Russell Brand and the right to vote debate by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 2 November 2013

Generations collide as Brand meets Paxman by Paul Mason, New Statesman, 1 November 201

El libro definitivo sobre Marinaleda lo ha escrito un inglés por Paul Geddis, VICE España, 1 de noviembre de 2013

Mondragón and the System Problem by Gar Alperovitz and Thomas M Hanna, Truthout, 1 November 2013

The Next System Question and the New Economy Movement by Gar Alperovitz, Solutions, October 2013

Russell Brand: Can he avoid being coopted? by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 30 October 2013

Beyond Russell Brand's Revolutionary Change by Elliot Sperber, CounterPunch, 28 October 2013

Russell Brand takes on the crisis of civilisation. But what now? by Nafeez Ahmed, The Guardian, 25 October 2013

Worlds collide as Russell Brand predicts a revolution by Paul Mason, Channel 4 News, 24 October 2013

Media gatekeepers ruffled by Brand and co by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 24 October 2013

Russell Brand on revolution: "We no longer have the luxury of tradition”, New Statesman, 24 October 2013

WATCH: Russell Brand brings the message of revolution to Newsnight, New Statesman, 24 October 2013

"Thank You Anarchy" Author and Wall Street Occupier Nathan Schneider on the Movement's True Power by Mark Karlin, Truthout, 22 October 2013

Partido X enters Spanish political ring to break up fight between left and right by Paul Hamilos, The Guardian, 22 October 2013

Spain's communist model village by Dan Hancox, The Observer, 20 October 2013

Occupied London issue #5: ‘Disorder of the Day' by ROAR Collective, ROARMAG.org, 19 October 2013

What Future for Iceland's Left? by Matthew Deaves, New Left Project, 18 Octobe 2013

Nobel Prize? Meet the Economic Movement That Really Deserves Praise by Laura Flanders, Yes! 18 October 2013

Think a New Economy Is Possible? Meet the Man Already Making it Happen by Tara Lohan, AlterNet, 14 October 2013

As Washington Stalls, a New Economy Is Growing Under the Radar of the Corporate Media -- Join It and Celebrate It! by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, AlterNet, 11 October 2013

The crisis of representation and the liberation of the self by Nozomi Hayase, ROARMAG.org, 11 October 2013

The Village Against the World by Dan Hancox – review by David Edgar, The Guardian, 10 October 2013

A revolution comes in stages — Occupy or otherwise by George Lakey, Waging Nonviolence, 8 October 2013

Building a Better World, One Block at a Time by Stephen Leahy, Inter Press Servce, 8 October 2013

Participatory Education by Gabriel Camara, ZNet, 6 October 2013

Swiss Showing the World How to Take on Pay Inequality, Common Dreams, 5 October 2013

Five Years After the Big Bailout: Time to Begin Building a “New Economy” by Gar Alperovitz, Common Dreams, 3 October 2013

The Spanish Revolution, Past and Future: Grandeur and Poverty of Anarchism; How the Working Class Takes Over (or Doesn't), Then and Now by Loren Goldner, August 2013

Emergency in the Icelandic medical sector by Alda Sigmundsdóttir, The Iceland Weather Report, 30 September 2013

Five years ago today by Alda Sigmundsdóttir, The Iceland Weather Report, 29 September 2013

People Across America Are Waking Up to the Effects of 'Disaster Capitalism' -- a Much Better Way of Life Is Possible by Kevin Xeese and Margaret Flowers, AlterNet, 28 September 2013

Look Around, Workers Are Pissed by Jon Queally, Common Dreams, 26 September 2013

How Occupy reinvented the language of democracy by Jerome Roos, ROARMAG.org, 17 September 2013

What Greece's and Mexico's teachers have in common by Leonidas Oikonomakis, ROARMAG.org, 17 September 2013

Occupy Wall Street, two years on: we're still the 99% by Justin Wedes, The Guardian, 17 September 2013

Mexico's teachers fight back against neoliberal “reforms” by Scott Campbell, ROARMAG.org, 17 September 2013

Salt of the earth: PAH-occupied flat block in Cataluña is a foot in the door of something new for the involuntarily homeless by Caiman del Barrio, libcom.org, 15 September 2013

Tomgram: Rebecca Solnit, Victories Come in All Sizes, TomDispatch.com, 15 September 2013

Istanbul: living off the fear by Yvo Fitzherbert, openDemocracy, 15 September 2013

Romania: more resistance against politics-as-usual by Peter Storm, ROARMAG.org, 12 September 2013

The Occupy movement is dead – long live participatory democracy! by Lorna Howarth, Ecologist, 11 September 2013

One week of protests: what's going on in Romania? by Grecu Cristian-Dan, ROARMAG.org, 10 September 2013

Zapatismo: the art of building a new world by Raúl Zibechi, ROARMAG.org, 9 September 2013

“Bring What You Want, Take What You Want” by Marcela Valente, Inter Press Service, 8 September 2013

The Autonomous Roots of the Real Democracy Movement by ROAR Collective, ROARMAG.org, 30 August 2013

Birgitta Jónsdóttir: “El capitalismo no se puede cambiar, se tiene que destruir” por Joseba Elola, El País, 25 de agosto de 2013

The Escuelita Zapatista and its proposal to the movements by Leonidas Oikonomakis, ROARMAG.org, 19 August 2013

Serge Latouche: “Hay que trabajar menos horas para trabajar todos” por Joseba Elola, El País, 18 de agosto de 2013

Education for Action: a new network to resist the commodification of education, Red Pepper, August 2013

Preoccupying: David Harvey, The Occupied Times, August 2013

Zapatistas Celebrate 10 Years of Autonomy With ‘Escuelita' by Leonidas Oikonomakis, ROARMAG.org, 6 August 2013

What would real democracy look like? by Camilla Hansen, ROARMAG.org, 2 August 2013

Workers play a big role in these global 'middle-class' revolutions by Richard Seymour, The Guardian, 30 July 2013

Spain's New Squatters by Inés Benítez, Inter Press Service, 28 July 2013

Bulgaria's 'class war' by Mariya Ivancheva, The Guardian, 26 July 2013

Uprisings from Wall Street to Gezi Park An Interview with David Barsamian by Khatchig Mouradian, ZNet, 26 July 2013

Thank You Anarchy: Notes from the Occupy Apocalypse by Nathan Schneider, AlterNet, 23 July 2013

The World Returns to the Barricades by Pankaj Mishra, Bloomberg, 15 July 2013

Locking Out the Voices of Dissent by Chris Hedges, Truthdig, 14 July 2013

Gordillo prepares for a summer of protests by John Clarke, The Olive Press, 14 July 2013

Democracy – What Is It Good For?: David Graeber and Gar Alperovitz by Adam Morris, Los Angeles Review of Books, 11 July 2013

Egypt, Brazil, Turkey: without politics, protest is at the mercy of the elites by Seumas Milne, The Guardian, 2 July 2013

Cheerleaders for Anarchism by Nikil Saval, Dissent Magazine, Summer 2013

The fight for the square - Tahrir, Sol, Wall Street, Taksim by Annalena di Giovanni and Anthony Barnett, openDemocracy, 28 June 2013

Bulgarians confront the oligarchs by John O'Brennan, openDemocracy, 25 June 2013

Autonomy: An Idea Whose Time Has Come by Jerome Roos, ROARMAG.org, 23 June 2013

Protests around the world are keeping the spirit of Occupy alive by John Harris, The Guardian, 23 June 2013

Why are the BRICs are crumbling? Welcome to the permanent revolution by Paul Mason, The Independent, 21 June 2013

Neoliberalism, the Grassroots and the People's Assembly by James Meadway, New Left Project, 20 June 2013

Democracy on ice: a post-mortem of the Icelandic constitution by Thorvaldur Gylfason, openDemocracy, 19 June 2013

What Do Bosnia, Bulgaria And Brazil Have In Common? by Jerome Roos, ROARMAG.org, 15 June 2013

A Budget by the People, for the People by Joel Handley, In These Times, 13 June 2013

From Trafalgar to Taksim, the politics of the square puts the wind up power by Simon Jenkins, The Guardian, 12 June 2013

War, weapons and welfare: why Stop the War supports the People's Assembly Against Austerity by Lindsey German, Stop the War Coalition, 10 June 2013

War, weapons and welfare: why Stop the War supports the People's Assembly Against Austerity by Lindsey German, Stop the War Coalition, 10 June 2013

The People's Assembly will cohere the left - and finally give Labour some real competition by Owen Jones, The Independent, 9 June 2013

The Democracy Project by David Graeber: The textual life of Occupy lives on by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 6 June 2013

A Utopia Towards Peace? Notes on Marinaleda by Samuel Grove, New Left Project, 28 May 2013

Get Apocalyptic: Why Radical is the New Normal by Robert Jensen, Yes! 24 May 2013

Chapter Seven: Participatory World by Michael Albert and Mark Evans, ZNet, 24 May 2013

In Idle No More, New Media Spreads Old Wisdom About Social Change That Lasts by Kristin Moe, YES! 23 May 2013

How the Government Targeted Occupy by Lisa Graves, In These Times, 21 May 2013

Support for 15-M protest movement grows, says new opinon poll by Fernando Garea, El País in English, 19 May 2013

Spain's attacks on fighting back by Judith Sunderland, openDemocracy, 17 May 2013

Keeping up with Teresa Forcades, a nun on a mission by Giles Tremlett, The Guardian, 17 May 2013

Spain's Indignados Movement at the Crossroads by Tom Gill, CounterPunch, 15 May 2013

Arcadi Oliveres: "La voluntad de protesta del 15-M sigue activa y con propuestas concretas de acción" por Alex Gil, Público, 15 de mayo de 2013

Indignados, la lucha continúa por Esther Vivas, Público, 15 de mayo de 2013

Two years on from the “indignant” occupation of Sol, what now for 15-M? by Carmen Pérez-Lanzac, El País in English, 14 May 2013

El 15-M regresa a Sol mejor organizado y con más argumentos por Luis Giménez San Miguel, Público, 12 de mayo de 2013

27% of Spaniards are out of work. Yet in one town everyone has a job by Alasdair Fotherigham, The Independent, 12 May 2013

83-year-old nun gets 20 year sentence for peaceful nuclear protest by Stephen C. Webster, BSNEWS, 11 May 2013

15M: Málaga despierta– Documental, 15mmalaga.cc, 11 de mayo de 2013

“Nuestra obligación moral es perder el miedo y rebelarnos contra el sistema” por Eduardo Azumendi, eldiario.es, 11 de mayo de 2013

"Robin Hood" mayor and supporters reoccupy military land by Antonio Jesús Mora Caballero, El País in English, 2 May 2013

Gordillo y los jornaleros volverán a ocupar la finca de la que fueron desalojados, Público, 1 de mayo de 2013

The only socialism we will ever know? by Dan Hancox, openDemocracy, 1 May 2013

In Spain they are all indignados nowadays by Katharine Ainger, The Guardian, 28 April 2013

'A Kaleidoscopic Sense of Possibility': Interview with David Graeber on Democracy in America by Lynn Stuart Parramore, AlterNet, 24 April 2013

Femen's obsession with nudity feeds a racist colonial feminism by Chitra Nagarajan, The Guardian, 11 April 2013

We are Femen, the naked shock troops of feminism by Inna Shevchenko, The Guardian, 10 April 2013

The Social Forum, upon contact with a reality at boiling point, has produced a positive chemical reaction” by Éric Toussaint, Sergio Ferrar, International Viewpoint, 9 April 2013

The Other Side of the Coin in Spain by Inés Benítez, Inter Press Service, 8 April 2013

Support for the evicted Sussex students, Letter, The Guardian, 3 April 2013

Challenges of Arab Uprisings Reflected at World Social Forum by Medea Benjamin, Common Dreams, 2 April 2013

The World Social Forum: Still Meeting Its Challenge by Immanuel Wallerstein, 1 April 2013

Tunis: A tale of two World Social Forums by Nick Dearden, Red Pepper, March 2013

From the World Social Forum to the Arab Revolts by Esther Vivas, ZNet, 31 March 2013

Putsch: Iceland‘s Crowd-Sourced Constitution Killed by Parliament by Thorvaldur Gylfason, Verfassungsblog, 30 March 2013

Chapter 2 of Occupy Vision: Parecon by Mark Evans and Michael Albert, ZNet, 30 March 2013

Arab Spring Shifts Focus of World Social Forum by Alberto Pradila, Inter Press Service, 29 March 2013

World Social Forum Opens in Tunisia by Jordan Flaherty, CounterPunch, 28 March 2013

As Neoliberal Order Wreaks Havoc, World Social Forum Gathers in Tunisia, Common Dreams, 26 March 2013

Chapter One of Occupy Vision by Mark Evans and Michael Albert, ZNet, 25 March 2013

Introduction to Occupy Vision by Mark Evans and Michael Albert, ZNet, 17 March 2013

Let's Get Rid Of Them, Together We Can by Barcelona #15M, ZNet, 15 March 2013

The battle for space in Barcelona: the 'rose of fire' by Carlos Delclós, openDemocracy, 5 March 2013

How the corrala movement is occupying Spain by Dave Stelfox, The Guardian, 4 March 2013

Protests in Portugal Get Creative by Mario Queiroz, Inter Press Service, 1 March 2013

Letters: Sussex students lead resistance, The Guardian, 1 March 2013

Stéphane Hessel fought injustice all his great life by Agnès Poirier, The Guardian, 27 February 2013

#23F: Mass Demonstrations Against Financial Coup In Spain by Jerome Roos, Roarmag.org, 24 February 2013

#23F: Citizens' Tide of Austerity Protests Swamps Spain by Craig Brown, Common Dreams, 23 February 2013

'Occupy' the commons by Donatella Della Ratta, Al Jazeera, 20 February 2013

Why It's Still Kicking off Everywhere by Paul Mason by John Kampfner, The Observer, 17 February 2013

Paul Mason interview: on Europe's recession, Golden Dawn, and what follows the Arab Spring by James Legge, The Independent, 15 February 2013

Del ‘no a la guerra' a la indignación global. Diez años no son nada por Esther Vivas, Público, 15 de febrero de 2013

Iceland's Revolt Wants to Go Viral by Andrew Sullivan, CounterPunch, 4 February 2013

Spain's Rebellion Moves to Print by Michael Levitin, Truthout, 24 January 2013

Budapest: Thirty housing rights activists arrested, libcom.org, 21 January 2013

2012, el año en que la crisis empujó a los ciudadanos a la calle por EFE, Público, 12 de enero de 2013

Idle No More: Think Occupy, But With Deep Deep Roots by Bill McKibben, The Huffington Post, 10 January 2013

Idle No More: Indigenous Uprising Sweeps North America by Kristin Moe, Yes! 9 January 2013

State of Fear by Chris Hedges, Truthdig, 7 January 2013

Rosa Luxemburg and Occupy by Mumia Abu Jamal, ZNet, 7 January 2013

Tomgram: Bill McKibben, Time Is Not on Our Side, TomDispatch.com, 6 January 2013

A Checkerboard Strategy for Regaining the Progressive Initiative by Gar Alperovitz, Truthout, 30 December 2012

Revealed: how the FBI coordinated the crackdown on Occupy by Naomi Wolf, The Guardian, 29 December 2012

Occupy and UK Uncut: the evolution of activism by Jodi Dean, The Guardian, 27 December 2012

We won't be told – Argentina's horizontalism by Isabelle Koksal, Red Pepper, December 2012

Solidarity After Sandy by Eric Murphy, In These Times, 21 December 2012

Hurricane Sandy Relief Turns To Protest by Peter Rugh, Waging Nonviolence, 17 December 2012

Starbucks Occupied Across Britain, OccupyWallStreet, 10 December 2012

The Best Response To Disaster: Go On The Offensive by Yotam Marom, Waging Nonviolence, 3 December 2012

Spain: from 'los indignados' and '15 M' to the first strike by society by Liz Cooper, openDemocracy, 21 November 2012

Rolling where? by Doug Henwood, LBO News from Doug Henwood, 13 November 2012

Occupy Sandy, from relief to resistance by Yotam Marom, Waging Nonviolence, 13 November 2012

Occupy Offshoot Aims to Erase People's Debts by Ariel Kaminer, The New York Times, 13 November 2012

Occupy Wall Street Activists Buy Up Debt to Abolish It by Allison Kilkenny, The Nation, 12 November 2012

How to Build a Grassroots Power Base by Norman Solomon, The Nation, 12 November 2012

Occupy Sandy Efforts Highlight Need for Solidarity, Not Charity by Allison Kilkenny, The Nation, 5 November 2012

Blood and thunder: New York after Hurricane Sandy by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 5 November 2012

Is Occupy Wall Street Outperforming the Red Cross in Hurricane Relief? by Katherine Goldstein, Slate, 4 November 2012

Reflexiones sobre el movimiento antiguerra de Vietnam para los indignados de hoy por Vicenç Navarro, Público, 26 de octubre de 2012

Rome Wasn't Sacked in a Day: On Reform, Revolution, and Winning by Yotam Marom, ZNet, 25 October 2012

German politicos lend ear to 15-M ‘indignados' by Elsa García de Blas, El País in English, 11 October 2012

Beyond Occupy: progressive activists in Europe by Geoffrey Pleyers, openDemocracy, 8 October 2012

Experiments in democracy and diversity within the Occupy Movement(s) by Marianne Maeckelbergh, openDemocracy, 6 October 2012

Why Selling Out Is No Longer An Option by Laurie Penny, New Internationalist, October 2012

Joining forces for another Europe by Tommaso Fattori, Red Pepper, October 2012

Rearticulating the movement post-15M in Spain by Jordi Bonet Marti, openDemocracy, 8 October 2012

David Marty appearance on The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann (RT television in the US), IOPS, 3 October 2012

Realidad y narración por Pedro Almodóvar, El Huffington Post, 28 de septiembre de 2012

Spain: This Fall Will Be A Hot One by Ignacio Ramonet, ZNet, 27 September 2012

Occupy Congress: Indignados Encircle Parliament by Jerome Roos, Roarmag.org, 25 September 2012

Quebec students hail their movement's victories by Camille Robert and Jeanne Reynolds, The Star, 23 September 2012

More Than 180 Arrested on Occupy Wall Street's First Anniversary by Allison Kilkenny, The Nation, 18 September 2012

Beyond Occupy: liberating ourselves from debt slavery by Jerome Roos, Roarmag.org, 17 September 2012

Occupy's protest is not over. It has barely begun by Frances Fox Piven, The Guardian, 17 September 2012

What happened to Occupy? The police by Laurie Penny, Penny Red, 17 September 2012

Tomgram: Rebecca Solnit, Success Is for the Stubborn, TomDispatch,com, 16 September 2012

Occupy and the reasons for our discontent by Mark Greif, The Guardian, 16 September 2012

The Death and Life of Occupy by Rachel Lears, In These Times, 10 September 2012

Days of Rage: The Quebec Student Protest Movement and the New Social Awakening by Henry A. Giroux, Truthout, 28 August 2012

Indignados: Re-Asserting The Human Right To Dream by Marta Sánchez, ZNet, 18 August 2012

Indignados: Austerity as a Violation Of Human Rights by Marta Sanchéz, ZNet, 9 August 2012

Occupy Wall Street Protests the World's Richest Man by Allison Kilkenny, The Nation, 7 August 2012

Occupy Wall Street - Part II by Vijay Prashad, ZVideo, 6 August 2012

Occupy Wall Street - Part I by Vijay Prashad, ZVideo, 5 August 2012

Quebec's "Red Square" Movement: The Story So Far by David Camfield, New Socialist, 5 August 2012

Occupy Wall Streeters are right about skewed economic rewards in the United States by Lawrence Mishel and Josh Bivens, Economic Policy Institute, 26 July 2012

Reinventing Democracy by Ash Amin, openDemocracy, 21 July 2012

The Art of Demanding by Samuel Farber, Jacobin, 9 July 2012

Red Squares Everywhere by Sarah Jaffe, In These Times, 9 July 2012

The Philadelphia national gathering reveals Occupy's law of entropy by Arun Gupta, The Guardian, 5 July 2012

The graduates of 2012 will survive only in the cracks of our economy by Paul Mason, The Guardian, 1 July 2012

Occupy author examines archeology of debt (David Graeber), DW, 25 June 2012

15-M protestors press fraud charges against Bankia managers by Agencies / Carmen Pérez-Lnzac, El País in English, 14 June 2012

Occupy Will Be Back by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 18 June 2012

Dans le Rouge by Laurie Penny, The New Inquiry, 15 June 2012

Northern Light by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 3 June 2012

On the State of Spain's 15M and Revolutionary Organization, Part II by David Marty and Stephen Roblin, ZNet, 2 June 2012

The World Class Struggle: The Geography of Protest by Immanuel Wallerstein, Common Dreams, 2 June 2012

Quebec's student protesters give UK activists a lesson by Peter Hallward, The Guardian, 1 June 2012

Cleveland Occupy arrests are the latest in FBI's pattern of manipulation by Arun Gupta, The Guardian, 28 May 2012

Spain's 15M and Revolutionary Organization, Part I by David Marty and Stephen Roblin, ZNet, 24 May 2012

M15: A Look toward the Future by Esther Vivas, ZNet, 24 May 2012

What Happened to the Occupy Movement? by Arun Gupta, ZNet, 24 May 2012

Quebec's 'truncheon law' rebounds as student strike spreads by Martin Lukacs, The Guardian, 24 May 2012

In the age of camera phones the message is that protesters are watching police too by Laurie Penny, The Independent, 21 May 2012

‘All we want to do is work, to be able to support ourselves. But thanks to the rich being greedy, we can't even have that' by Laurie Penny, The Independent, 19 May 2012

The Pirate Party fits the political gap by Juli Zeh, The Guardian, 18 May 2012

Los rostros del 15-M, Público, 15 de mayo de 2012

Did the White House Direct the Police Crackdown on Occupy? by Dave Lindorff, CounterPunch, 14 May 2012

Colonized by Corporations by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 14 May 2012

Indignados Take Back Square On Movement's Anniversary by Jérôme E. Roos, ZNet, 14 May 2012

El 15-M vuelve a desafiar el toque de queda y se agarra al espíritu asambleario por Joseba Elola, El País, 14 de mayo de 2012

Spirit of 15-M returns to Spain's city squares by Joseba Elola, El País in English, 13 May 2012

Spain's indignados accuse police of violence by Giles Tremlett, The Guardian, 13 May 2012

The Meaning And Necessity Of Revolution In The 21st Century by Jérôme E. Roos, ZNet, 13 May 2012

Vuelta a casa, vuelta a las plazas por Elena Herrera, Público, 13 de mayo de 2012

l 15M sale a las calles de las principales ciudades españolas, Público, 13 de mayo de 2012

Spain's indignados return to the streets amid fears of crackdown by Giles Tremlett, The Observer, 12 May 2012

The 'GlobalMay manifesto' of the Occupy movement, The Guardian, 11 May 2012

Spain's "Indignados" Take to the Streets Again by Inés Benítez, IPS, 11 May 2012

Reclaim your city with a global movement by Yotam Marom, Waging Nonviolence, 9 May 2012

The indignados make change contagious by Katharine Ainger, The Guardian, 8 May 2012

The ideas and vision behind Occupy activism by Danny Schechter, Al Jazeera, 3 May 2012

The 99% Movement Has Something for Everyone -- But Is it Occupy? by Arun Gupta, AlterNet, 3 May 2012

Occupy's Meme Warrior Interview with Kalle Lasn by Joel Bleifusss, In These Times, 2 May 2012

Quebec student protests mark 'Maple spring' in Canada by Martin Lukacs, The Guardian, 2 May 2012

Urban revolution is coming by Max Rivlin-Nadler, Salon, 29 April 2012

A papier-mâché puppet and a badly tuned guitar... how to go on strike when you haven't got a job by Laurie Penny, The Independent, 27 April 2012

The Future, Probably by Laurie Penny, The New Inquiry, 25 April 2012

Occupy Wall Street: what is to be done next? by Slavoj Žižek, The Guardian, 24 April 2012

Making our arrests count by Yotam Marom, Waging Nonviolence, 18 April 2012

Occupy Unveils 'Spring Awakening' by Allison Kilkenny, The Nation, 16 April 2012

Fragmentation, convergences and strategic goals: some pointers from the Thematic Social Forum by José Correa Leite, International Viewpoint, April 2012

Occupying Our Future: Solutions to Capitalist Crisis by Richard D. Wolff, ZVideo, 14 April 2012

Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution by David Harvey – review by Owen Hatherley, The Guardian, 12 April 2012

How the Occupy movement thinks today, the world should think tomorrow by Piyush Pushkar, openDemocracy, 7 April 2012

West Virginia Retirees Occupy - and Win by Jake Olzen, truthout, 5 April 2012

Let the Million Flowers Bloom by William Rivers Pitt, truthout, 28 March 2012

My New York date was going really well. Until... by Laurie Penny, The Independent, 28 March 2012

How protest is being outlawed by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 24 March 2012

America learns it cannot ignore race and class on the Million Hoodie March by Laurie Penny, The Independent, 24 March 2012

Occupy Wall Street plans return to spotlight – but in what form? by Ryan Devereaux, The Guardian, 24 March 2012

Occupy and the Arab spring will continue to revitalise political protest by Simon Critchley, The Guardian, 22 March 2012

Common Sense: Occupation, Assembly and the Future of Liberty Dan Hind interviewed by Guy Aitchison, New Left Project, 20 March 2012

Occupy's Challenge: Reinventing Democracy by Arun Gupta, ZNet, 6 March 2012

Vermont Town Meetings Model People-Driven Democracy, Common Dreams, 6 March 2012

Arms an Legs by Malcolm Harris, The New Inquiry, 5 March 2012

Occupy activists fear that America's pro-Israeli lobbyists want a war by Laurie Penny, The Independent, 5 March 2012

Endebt and Punish by Nicholas Mirzoeff, Occupation 2012, 2 March 2012

Tomgram: Andy Kroll, The Unlikely Oracle of Occupy Wall Street, TomDispatch.com, 1 March 2012

#SpringIsComing: The Evictions of Occupy London Show the Authorities are Scared by Adam Jung, The Huffington Post, 1 March 2012

The fight for democratic change can't be left to Occupy by Naomi Colvin and George Barda, The Guardian, 28 February 2012

Global Day of Action: Occupy Our Food Supply, Common Dreams, 24 February 2012

How Financial Crisis, Economic Inequality, Social Media, and More Brought Revolutions in 2011--and Changed Us Forever Interview with Paul Mason by Sarah Jaffe, AlterNet, 23 February 2012

Occupy London has started a conversation that can't be stopped by Naomi Colvin and Ronan McNern, The Guardian, 22 February 2012

Rootless and Ruthless by Laurie Penny, The New Inquiry, 16 February 2012

Protest, Desire, and Cheap Dildos A Q&A with Laurie Penny, Bitch Magazine, February 2012

Occupy Prisons: 'We Must Not Turn Our Backs on Each Other...' by Victoria Law, ZNet, 16 February 2012

An Excess of Democracy by Hilary Wainwright, ZNet, 14 February 2012

Occupy Draws Strength From the Powerless by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 13 February 2012

The re-energised US left has much to teach its dismal European counterparts by Adam Price, The Guardian, 13 February 2012

Occupy London: what went wrong? by John Harris, The Guardian, 13 February 2012

Occupy Corporations by Bill Quigley, CounterPunch, 6 February 2012

Wall Street's Secret Spy Center, Run for the 1% by NYPD by Pam Martens, CounterPunch, 6 February 2012

The Cancer in Occupy by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 6 February 2012

Occupy!: Scenes From Occupied America; edited by Astra Taylor, Keith Gessen et al – review by Michael Sayeau, The Observer, 5 February 2012

Occupational hazards by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 1 February 2012

Corporations Have No Use for Borders by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 30 January 2012

Occupy! Scenes from Occupied America by Astra Taylor, Keith Gessen et al - review by Andrew Ross, The Guardian, 25 January 2012

How Swedes and Norwegians broke the power of the ‘1 percent' by George Lakey, Waging Nonviolence, 25 January 2012

Occupy London eviction: the judge ignored our case by George Barda, The Guardian, 20 January 2012

Tent City University – one of the most remarkable aspects of Occupy London by Peter Walker, The Guardian, 19 January 2012

The Occupy movement: three months on by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 18 January 2012

Why I'm Suing Barack Obama by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 16 January 2012

Why Now? What's Next? Naomi Klein and Yotam Marom in Conversation About Occupy Wall Street , The Nation, 9 January 2012

Welcome to the civil-liberties-free zone by Shaun Harkin, SocialistWorker.org, 9 January 2010

Bankers can wait. Targeting protesters is much more Cameron's cup of tea by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 9 January 2012

Fascist America? Not Exactly by Paul Street, ZSpace, 4 January 2012

Respect our elders? No chance by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 3 January 2012

Are “We” Really 99%? by Robin Hahnel, ZNet, 31 December 2011

Y el 15-M desbordó fronteras por Joseba Elola, El País, 31 de diciembre de 2011

Community co-ops by Anthony Fyson, Letters, The Guardian, 12 December 2011

Where Were You When They Crucified My Movement? by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 5 December 2011

Occupy Wall Street's anarchist roots by David Graeber, Al Jazeera, 30 November 2011

Occupy London sets out agenda on how it wants to change the economic world by Peter Walker, The Guardian, 28 November 2011

Resistance Takes Root in Barcelona by Hilary Wainwright, ZNet, 28 November 2011

99% Movement: Catalyst for Social Revolution? A response to Michael Engel's "OWS: RIP?" by Mike Carr, ZNet, 27 November 2011

Feminism, Finance and the Future of #Occupy - An interview with Silvia Federici by Max Haiven, ZNet, 25 November 2011

Ten Immodest Commandments by Mike Davis, ZNet, 25 November 2011

Occupy Everywhere: Michael Moore, Naomi Klein on Next Steps for the Movement Against Corporate Power, Democracy Now! 25 November 2011

Occupy Black Friday by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 25 November 2011

How Occupy is Transforming Our National Conversation by Robin Broad and John Cavanagh, Institute for Policy Studies, 23 November 2011

The Empire Strikes Back in Futility: Reflections on the Occupy Movement and the Repression it has Sparked by Paul Street, ZNet, 22 November 2011

Occupy has the power to effect change by Peter Hallward, The Guardian/Comment is free, 22 November 2011

We stand by the Occupy movement by Tony Benn et al, Letters, The Guardian, 22 November 2011

The Spanish election is a mandate for the indignados by Katharine Ainger, The Guardian, 21 November 2011

Why the NYPD are kidnapping books by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 17 November 2011

Occupy St Paul's: no church should insulate itself from raw human need by Giles Fraser, The Guardian, 17 November 2011

The City of London isn't a national interest – it's a class interest by Seumas Milne, The Guardian, 16 November 2011

I was almost arrested too – but Bloomberg's tactics can only galvanise protests by Laurie Penny, The Independent, 16 November 2011

This Is What Revolution Looks Like by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 15 November 2011

Ehrenreich: Democratic establishment abandoned Occupy Wall Street by Suzanne Goldenberg, The Guardian, 15 November 2011

Occupy: change you can believe in by Meg Wade, The Guardian/Comment is free, 15 November 2011

Mayor Michael Bloomberg Evicts Occupied Zuccotti Park, In Contempt of Court Order: Reviewing Times Coverage by Chris Spannos, NYTimes eXaminer, 15 November 2011

Occupy Wall Street: police violence reveals a corrupt system by Laurie Penny, The Guardian/Comment is free, 15 November 2011

Occupy Wall Street: you can't evict an idea whose time has come by JM Smucker, Rebecca Manski, Karanja Gaçuça, Linnea M Palmer Paton, Kanene Holder and William Jesse, The Guardian/Comment is free, 15 November 2011

We are the change: welfare, education and law at the Occupy camp by Alison Playford and Neil Howard and 'commonly known as dom', The Guardian/Comment is free, 15 November 2011

America Beyond Capitalism by Gar Alperovitz, ZNet, 14 November 2011

Harvard Students Join the Movement by Richard D. Wolff, ZNet, 14 November 2011

Finding Freedom in Handcuffs by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 7 November 2011

Occupy Wall Street and the Politics of Financial Morality by Frances Fox Piven, ZSpace, 7 November 2011

Who knows where the occupations are going – it's just great to be moving by Gary Younge, The Guardian, 6 November 2011

Liberating the Impossible by Yotam Marom, ZNet, 6 November 2011

Is locking people up the way we want to deal with dissent? by Omar Ibrahim, The Guardian/Comment is free, 6 November 2011

We are paid too much, bankers confess in St Paul's survey by Matt Thomas and Brian Brady, The Independent on Sunday, 6 November 2011

Britain's irrational faith in capitalism by Daniel Hind, Al Jazeera, 3 November 2011

Occupy London are true followers of Jesus, even if they despise religion by Terry Eagleton, The Guardian/Comment is free, 3 November 2011

Chris Hedges Arrested in Front of Goldman Sachs, truthdig, 3 November 2011

Video Report from Streets of Oakland: First General Strike in City Since 1946 Shuts Down Major Port, Democracy Now! 3 November 2011

How Wall Street Occupied America by Bill Moyers, The Nation, 2 November 2011

The Party of Wall Street Meets its Nemesis by David Harvey, ZNet, 2 November 2011

Call of Duty: Veterans Join the 99 Percent by Amy Goodman, truthdig, 2 November 2011

It's a choice between homelessness and a criminal record by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 2 November 2011

OWS - What We've Been Waiting For by Robin Hahnel, New Left Project, 1 November 2011

An anti-capitalist and disobedient candidacy, International Viewpoint, November 2011

Anti-capitalists approve electoral programme, International Viewpoint, November 2011

Is Capitalism Losing the Debate? by Carl Finamore, CommonDreams.org, 31 October 2011

OWS Movement: A Down-to-Earth View by Fred Magdoff, MR Zine, 31 October 2011

All Day, All Week (All Century), Occupy Wall Street by Thai Jones, MR Zine, 31 October 2011

The medieval, unaccountable Corporation of London is ripe for protest by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 31 October 2011

As protest gathers force, so does state oppression by Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, The Independent, 31 October 2011

Occupy Wall Street: Eyes on the Prize by Danny Schechter, ZNet, 30 October 2011

Occupy London is a nursery for the mind by Madeleine Bunting, The Guardian, 30 October 2011

The rich and the rest: intensely relaxed no more, Editorial, The Guardian, 30 October 2011

Debating the anti-capitalism protests by Laurie Penny, Joan Smith, The Independent on Sunday, 30 October 2011

Exclusive: Cover-up at St Paul's by Brian Brady, Jane Merrick, The Independent on Sunday, 30 October 2011

The protesters seem more adult than politicians and plutocrats by Andrew Rawnsley, The Observer, 30 October 2011

How the church lost a fine chance to redeem itself by Peter Sanford, The Observer, 29 October 2011

Spanish protesters' vision of change focuses on what people can do together by Oscar Reyes and Hilary Wainwright, The Guardian/Comment is free, 29 October 2011

Enacting the Impossible (On Consensus Decision Making) by David Graeber, Occupy Wall Street, 29 October 2011

Occupy the Banks: Strategies for Transformation by Gar Alperovitz, Yes! 28 October 2011

How the 1% got Richer, while the 99% got Poorer by Richard D. Wolff, ZNet, 28 October 2011

Tomgram: Chip Ward, Occupy Earth, TomDispatch.com, 27 October 2011

Goldman Sachs and Occupy Wall Street's bank: the real story by Greg Palast, The Guardian/Comment is free, 27 October 2011

Occupy London is cleaning up the big bang's mess by Andrew Simms, The Guardian/Comment is free, 27 October 2011

Occupy first. Demands come later by Slavoj Žižek, The Guardian, 26 October 2011

New Inequality Data Likely to Boost "Occupy" Movement by Jim Lobe, Inter Press Service, 26 October 2011

Brute threats are no remedy for despair by Laurie Penny, The Independent, 25 October 2011

Goldman Sachs v. Occupy Wall Street: A Greg Palast Investigation, Democracy Now! 25 October 2011

From Tahrir to Wall Street: Egyptian Revolutionary Asmaa Mahfouz Speaks at Occupy Wall Street, Democracy Now! 25 October 2011

On Playing By The Rules – The Strange Success Of #OccupyWallStreet by David Graeber, Countercurrents.org, 24 October 2011

How the Occupy movement won me over by David Haack, The Guardian/Comment is free, 24 October 2011

Occupiers Have to Convince the Other 99 Percent by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 24 October 2011

Spanish Indignados a Force in Global Movement by Aaron Lamm, The Epoch Times, 24 October 2011

A cathedral turns its back on the people by Peter Popham, The Independent, 24 October 2011

What we're really doing at St Paul's by Naomi Colvin and Kai Wargalla, The Guardian, 23 October 2011

Conflict and crisis at the cathedral, Letters, The Guardian, 23 October 2011

Occupy Wall Street and the Celebrity Economists by Michael D. Yates, MR Zine, 23 October 2011

Chris Hedges- OWS Teach-In by Tom Costigan, ZBlogs, 22 October 2011

The Future of the #Occupy Movement: Solidarity and Escalation by Mark Engler, Dissent, 21 October 2011

On Playing By The Rules – The Strange Success Of #OccupyWallStreet by David Graeber, Naked Capitalism, 19 October 2011

Why We Occupy, What We Know by John Bellamy Foster, MR Zine, 19 October 2011

The Fantastic Success of Occupy Wall Street by Immanuel Wallerstein, ZNet, 19 October 2011

"This One Could Take Them All Down" by Chris Hedges, Information Clearing House, 19 October 2011

Naomi Wolf: how I was arrested at Occupy Wall Street, The Guardian, 19 October 2011

The Occupy movement has lit a fire for real change by Seumas Milne, The Guardian, 19 October 2011

Resistance Takes Root in Barcelona by Hilary Wainwright, Red Pepper, 18 October 2011

Across the world, a new spirit took hold – power was taken back by the people by Laurie Penny, The Independent, 17 October 2011

Occupy movement protesters: dig in and don't let yourselves be defined by Douglas Haddow, The Guardian/Comment is free, 18 October 2011

A Movement Too Big to Fail by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 17 October 2011

Are Co-ops the solution to Occupy Wall Street woes? by Tracy Sherlock, The Vancouver Sun, 17 October 2011

Occupy London Stock Exchange – the initial statement by Occupy London, The Guardian/Comment is free, 17 October 2011

In the City and Wall Street, protest has occupied the mainstream by Polly Toynbee, The Guardian, 17 October 2011

Millionaires and corporations are using tax breaks to help sway public opinion by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 17 October 2011

Intellectual Roots of Wall St. Protest Lie in Academe by Dan Berrett, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 16 October 2011

Occupy Wall Street: 'We Are All Americans Now' by Eric Walberg, The Palestine Chronicle, 13 October 2011

This is a class war disguised as a generation war by Laurie Penny, The Independent, 11 October 2011

The class warfare the rich don't understand by Heather Digby Parton, Al Jazeera, 10 October 2011

Why the Elites Are in Trouble by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 9 October 2011

Spain: 'Indignant' Protests Heat Up Election Campaign by Inés Benítez, Inter Press Service, 4 October 2011

Let all indignados in all the squares join together, International Viewpoint, 7 September 2011

Indignación y política de influencia por Jesús Casquete, El País, 19 de agosto de 2011

El 15-M deja huella en sólo tres meses de vértigo por Pere Rusiñol, Público , 15 de agosto de 2011

Feral Capitalism Hits the Streets by David Harvey, CounterPunch, 12 August 2011

Demonising the young won't heal our cities by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 11 August 2011

"Recreational looting" in perspective by John Naughton, Memex 1.1. - John Naughton's online diary, 9 August 2011

British Riots: Elites "Shocked" The Poor Are Rising Up Against Brutal Austerity Measures by Laurie Penny, AlterNet, 9 August 2011

Interview on Spain's "Indignados" by David Marty and Stephen Roblin, ZNet, 8 August 2011

Spain's Battle Against ‘Austerity' by Pablo Ouziel, Consortiumnews.com, 7 August 2011

While Wall Street Quakes, Greece's Fire Still Burns Bright by Michelle Chen, In These Times, 7 October 2011

Sol protestors begin to plan new strategies , El País in English, 7 August 2011

Why Lists of Demands Don't Matter in Zuccotti Park by Tom Engelhardt, CommonDreams.org, 6 October 2011

Rage is Boiling by Oscar Ten Houten, ZNet, 4 August 2011

Live from Liberty Plaza: A Brief Analysis from a Wall Street Occupier by Yotam Marom, The New Significance, 4 October 2011

Occupy Wall Street ends capitalism's alibi by Richard Wolff, The Guardian/Comment is free, 4 October 2011

It's easy to mock, but this is how real change begins by Laurie Penny, The Independent, 4 October 2011

Working out what they want in the shadow of skyscrapers by Laurie Penny, The Independent, 3 October 2011

Occupying Wall Street by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 2 October 2011

First ‘Official' Statement From the Occupy Wall Street Movement by Occupy Wall Street, ZNet, 2 October 2011

"They're Arresting Us One by One": 700 Thrown in Jail as Wall St. Protest Grows -- Labor Declares Support by Sarah Jaffe, AlterNet, 2 October 2011

The Best Among Us by Chris Hedges, truthdig, 29 September 2011

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Settle In, Despite Weather And Police Clashes by Alexander Eichler, The Huffington Post, 29 September 2011

The Revolution Begins at Home: An Open Letter to Join the Wall Street Occupation by Arun Gupta, The Indypendent, 28 September 2011

What's behind the scorn for the Wall Street protests? by Glenn Greenwald, Salon, 28 September 2011

Occupy Boston: smart, savvy, and aiming to emulate Wall Street protests by Paul Harris, The Guardian, 28 September 2011

The Philosophy Behind “Occupy Wall Street” by Vijay Prashad, CounterPunch, 26 September 2011

Occupying Wall Street On A Saturday Afternoon by Danny Schechter, ZNet, 26 September 2011

Occupy Wall Street rediscovers the radical imagination by David Graeber, The Guardian/Comment is free, 25 September 2011

Why 'Occupy Wall Street' makes sense by Amy Goodman, The Guardian/Comment is free, 21 September 2011

A Surprise Morning March on Wall Street by Nathan Schneider, ZNet, 21 September 2011

Occupy Wall Street! Bring Our War Money Home! by Melanie Butler, ZNet, 21 September 2011

The Wall Street Occupation: A Sleep-In Protest in the Shadow of Power by Manny Jalonschi, The Indypendent, 19 September 2011

The call to occupy Wall Street resonates around the world by Micah White and Kalle Lasn, The Guardian/Comment is free, 19 September 2011

#OccupyWallStreet: Searching for Hope in America by Allison Kilkenny, The Nation, 17 September 2011

Wall Street Protesters Inspired by Arab Spring Movement by Michael Saba, CNN/CommonDreams.org, 17 September 2011

A Road Made By Walking: Spain's “Indignant” Movement Marches On by Oscar Reyes, ZNet, 2 August 2011

Public services, private profits by Bob Colenutt, Red Pepper, 2 August 2011

How can we bring the UK's political elite under democratic control? by Anthony Barnett, openDemocracy, 1 August 2011

Los indignados: the emerging politics of outrage by Paolo Gerbaudo, Red Pepper, August 2011

A People's Jury of a thousand angry citizens by Neal Lawson and Andrew Simms, The Guardian, 31 July 2011

Public jury campaign launched to take power away from UK's 'feral' elite by Nicholas Watt, The Guardian, 31 July 2011

"Indignant" Demonstrators Marching to Brussels to Protest Effects of Crisis by Tito Drago, Inter Press Service, 30 July 2011

"Listen Up, Europe ... This is Our Fight" by J.E. Hamilton, CounterPunch, 29 July 2011

British youth protest needs the spirit of los indignados by Paul Callanan, The Guardian/Comment is free, 4 July 2011

Spanish Indignants start long protest march to Brussels, BBC News, 27 July 2011

"Las políticas de los partidos conservadores son una receta para el desastre" por Belén Carreño, Público, 27 de julio de 2011

Stiglitz da el espaldarazo al 15-M: "Esto no funciona, hay que cambiarlo" por Elena Herrera, Público, 25 de julio e 2011

El I Foro Social del 15-M busca soluciones a los defectos del sistema por Thaïs Muñoz, Público, 25 de julio de 2011

Madrid protesters force police to retreat in clashes over treatment of immigrants by Giles Tremlett, The Guardian, 18 July 2011

"I'm amazed at how organized the Spanish protestors are, El País in English, 27 June 2011

El 15-M mantiene su apoyo ciudadano, El País, 26 de junio de 2011

Spain's 'Indignant' Launch New Protest March by Josep Lago, Agence France Presse, 25 June 2011

Indignant and Organized: from 15-M to 19-J by David Marty, ZNet, 25 June 2011

El 15-M convocará un referéndum sobre cómo mejorar la democracia por Ana Requena Aguilar, Público, 21 de junio de 2011

Outraged, but peacefully so in Barcelona by Jesús García, El País in English, 21 June 2011

Spain - The Indignant Community by Willie Osterweil, The New Significance, 21 June 2011

Violent Infiltration in a Peaceful Revolution by Oscar Ten Houten, ZNet, 20 June 2011

David Marty: Inside the Spanish Revolution Interview by Chris Spannos, The New Significance, 16 June 2011

Los indignados no son violentos por Joseba Elola, El País, 16 de junio de 2011

Spain's ‘Indignant Ones' by Pablo Ouziel, CommonDreams.org, 15 June 2011

Real Journalism Now by Mayte Carrasco and Cecilia Ballesteros, openDemocracy, 13 June 2011

15-M Movement Opens Gates to New Stage of Struggle by Danny Byrne, ZNet, 12 June 2011

Spain protesters vote to dismantle Puerta del Sol tent city by Giles Tremlett, The Guardian, 8 June 2011

Spanish Revolution at a Crossroads by Peter Gelderloos, CounterPunch, 7 June 2011

Sin el pueblo no son nada! Por los indignados de Málaga, 6 de junio de 2011

Por qué estaban ahí por Lola Huete Machado, El País semanal, 5 de junio de 2011

Camp Barcelona: V for Victory y Esther Vivas and Josep María Antentas, ZNet, 4 June 2011

Camp Sol: Spain's "Indignant" Give Lessons in True Democracy by María Carrión, CommonDreams.org, 3 June 2011

How a divided Spain started a revolution by Bernardo Gutiérrez, openDemocracy, 1 June 2011

Cleaning up city squares by Pablo Ouziel, Political Thoughts, 27 May 2011

Inside the Spanish revolution by Ryan Gallagher, New Statesman, 26 May 2011

Spain – The “Indignant” and the Paris Commune by Atilio A. Boron, New Significance, 25 May 2011

Spain's impossible realists by Ignacio Escolar, The Guardian, 23 May 2011

The #Spanish Revolution, by Joseba Elola, El País in English, 23 May 2011

El 15 -M sacude el sistema por Joseba Elola, El País, 22 de mayo de 2011

El día que lo cambió todo por Ana Requena, Público, 22 de mayo de 2011

Rebellion of the Indignant: Notes from Barcelona's Tahrir Square by Josep Maria Antentas and Esther Vivas, MR Zine, 21 May 2011

Decenas de miles de personas se unen al 15-M la víspera electoral, El País, 21 de mayo de 2011

Spain: Thousands of People Organize a Historical 7-day Protest by David Marty, ZNet, 20 May 2011

What next for Spain's protesting 'angry ones'? by Miguel-Anxo Murado, The Guardian, 20 May 2011

El fenómeno 15-M divide a los sociólogos por Aurora Muñoz, El País, 19 de mayo de 2011

Madrid demonstrators vow to hold their ground by M. Delfín, El País in English, 19 May 2011

Thousands of Spaniards Demonstrate, The New Significance, 19 May 2011

Spanish protest to build democracy, end corruption , storyful, no date

El 15-M crece pese a la prohibición y la lluvia, El País, 19 de mayo de 2011

Spain's Tahrir Square by Pablo Ouziel, ZNet, 18 May 2011

Demonstrators defy election officials by converging on Sol , El País in English, 18 May 2011

Spanish youth rally in Madrid echoes Egypt protests, BBC News, 18 May 2011

La Junta Electoral Provincial desautoriza la concentración en Sol por Héctor Juanatey, Público, 18 de mayo de 2011

La Junta Electoral de Madrid prohíbe la concentración en la Puerta del Sol por F. Javier Barroso, El País, 18 de mayo de 2011

Un ágora instalado en el kilómetro 0 por Belén Hernández, El País, 18 de mayo de 2011

Los 'indignados' de Sol se organizan en comisiones, Público, 18 de mayo de 2011

Mainstream parties quickly taking up positions around protest movement by R. Seco / J. Gil / C. E. Cué, El País in English, 17 May 2011

New democracy movement senses its moment by Soledad Alcaide, El País in English, 17 May 2011

El movimiento de indignados 15-M vuelve a llenar la Puerta del So, El País, 17 de mayo de 2011

 

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