Jerome Roos

Jerome Roos is a PhD researcher in International Political Economy at the European University Institute, and founding editor of ROAR Magazine. Follow him on Twitter @JeromeRoos .


Viattomuuden päivät ovat ohi: Itsehallintoa hirviöiden aikaan, 1.11.2014 (Jerome Roos)



‘Out now: 'Why Not Default?’ ROAR, 16 February 2019

“The Gilets Jaunes have blown up the old political categories”, ROAR, 11 December 2018

Ten years on, the crisis of global capitalism never really ended, ROAR, 14 September 2018

The Long Shadow of May '68, ROAR, 29 May 2018

Dissecting the madness of economic reason, ROAR, 4 April 2018

The New Debt Colonies: finance, imperialism and the politics of dispossession, ROAR, 3 February 2018

The dangers of focusing all our attention on Donald Trump, ROAR, 21 January 2018

Living Through the Catastrophe, ROAR #7/2017

Trump's victory speaks to a crumbling liberal order, ROAR, 9 November 2016

Brexit Confirms: The Center Cannot Hold, teleSUR, 28 June 2016

Building power and reviving the commune in our time, ROAR, 13 April 2016

The Political Form at Last Rediscovered, ROAR, 18 March 2016

Is the Era of Cheap Credit at an End? teleSUR, 15 December 2015

Three reasons why the Paris climate deal is a fraud,, 14 December 2015

Don't make refugees pay for the terror they're fleeing,, 16 November 2015

Lessons from Syriza's Defeat, teleSUR, 27 August 2015

Puerto Rico: a US debt colony hounded by hedge funds,, 21 August 2015

The Eurozone's Pyrrhic victory over Greece, ZNet, 30 July 2015

Greece's capitulation reveals deep conflicts within Eurozone,, 12 July 2015

Greece should reject the Eurozone's latest ultimatum,, 8 July 2015

Greece's resounding OXI shakes Europe to the core,, 6 July 2015

Greece's referendum: one no, many yeses!,, 5 July 2015

On eve of referendum, Greeks refuse to give in to fear,, 5 July 2015

Greece needs a Plan C: for the commons and communality,, 4 July 2015

It was the creditors who pushed Greece over the edge,, 1 July 2015

The IMF defaulted on Greece a long time ago,, 30 June 2015

Greek referendum: euro crisis explodes into dramatic climx,, 29 June 2015

What Greece Needs Is a Plan C, teleSUR, 26 June 2015

In Turkey, a Perfect Sorm Gathers on the Horizon,, 13 June 2015

Barcelona Election Puts Social Movements in control of the city, teleSUR, 26 May 2015

Why does Greece not simply get it over with and default?, 21 May 2015

The Greek Endgame: Time to Choose between Default and Defeat, teleSUR, 10 May 2015

Neoliberal nihilism and the politics of mass murder-suicide, ZNet, 17 April 2015

The IMF in Argentina: A Bondholder's Best Friend? teleSUR, 17 April 2015

Monster Bubbles, teleSUR, 28 March 2015

Ending austerity in Greece: time for plan B?, 26 February 2015

Syriza will have to choose between Scylla and Charybdis,, 19 February 2015

HSBC and the upside-down world of austerity politics,, 12 February 2015

Socialism or Barbarism: The Real Two-Speed Europe Emerges, teleSUR, 28 January 2015

The Great Greek-German Game of Chicken Has Begun, teleSUR, 12 January 2015

Is Social Democracy Still Possible – or Permissible – in Europe Today? teleSUR, 6 January 2015

Decade of the protester? Why the uprisings are far from over,, 31 December 2014

Is the Fear in Europe Finally Changing Sides? teleSUR, 23 December 2014

From New York to Greece, we revolt ‘cus we can't breathe,, 7 December 2014

Could Greece be on the verge of another social explosion?, 5 December 2014

The Winds Over The Mediterranean Are Blowing Left, teleSUR, 5 November 2014

The next financial crisis may be just around the corner,, 20 October 2014

'The Days of Innocence Are Over': Self-Organization in a Time of Monsters, teleSUR, 5 September 2014

Argentina is right to defy the Taliban of global finance,, 2 August 2014

A struggle to save Europe's soul from privatization,, 26 July 2014

Why does Argentina not simply default again?, 13 July 2014

They Can't Represent Us: a riveting defense of democracy,, 16 June 2014

91-year-old Greek WWII hero wins big in Euro-elections,, 26 May 2014


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