Marijn Nieuwenhuis teaches Political Geography at the University of Durham. He works on the politics of atmospheric relations.
The significance of the Covid-19 crisis
Covid-19 needs to be remembered, not as a new crisis, but as part of a long trajectory of failure to recognise the...
Published in: openDemocracyUKWhat the ‘Drone Wolf’ tries to teach us
The event at Gatwick airport, surely orchestrated by a resentful philosopher, demystifies the workings of our everyday.
Published in: HomeGassing and selective applications of a ‘Red Line’: lest we forget
The gassing of people is considered exceptionally inhumane, officially a categorical “red line” dividing good from...
Dutch elections: little to celebrate
It is the normalisation of racist liberalism that is the key to what is happening. While many have argued that...
Published in: HomeSkunk water: stench as a weapon of war
In 2004, the Israel Defense Forces began using putrid water called “Skunk” to incapacitate Palestinian protestors....
Tear gas at the EU’s border
The chloropicrin agent used as a popular pesticide belongs historically to the same family of toxic irritants used...