articles by Ognjen Kojanić


CEU crisis in Budapest: Attacks on universities are tactics used by regimes in 'illiberal democracies'

A huge number of people — estimates range from 50,000 to 80,000 — gathered in Budapest on Sunday, 9 April, to protest against the amendment to the Hungarian National Higher Education Act that targets the Central European University (CEU).


International Women's Day 2017: Activists are reclaiming feminism, resistance, politics from 'pantsuit nation' reps

The organisers of the successful Women’s March on Washington have called for a day of action to mark International Women’s Day (8 March) in dozens of cities in the US


Brexit: Xenophobic parties not dominant but their politics will go on

In the short term, it is to be expected that the politics of the right will continue. However, Brexit also creates openings for other responses that can try to “offer working people genuine control over their lives, workplaces and communities”.