Srećko Horvat is a philosopher from Croatia. He has published more than 10 books translated into 15 languages. His books include Poetry from the Future (2019), What Does Europe Want? (co-authored with Slavoj Žižek, 2014), Welcome to the Desert of Post-Socialism (2015), and The Radicality of Love (2015). He is one of the founders of DiEM25 and Council member of the Progressive International.
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionThe Belmarsh Tribunal
The Progressive International is putting the US on trial for its war crimes in the twenty-first century.
The great fear of coronavirus: Panic! in the supermarket
Most of the commentary on coronavirus tends to overlook the fact that a response to a crisis doesn't necessarily...
Published in: ourEconomySrećko Horvat on building on a left transnationalism
"We need transnational cooperation because those we are fighting against are working transnationally"
The emergency brake on the temporality of late capitalism
“The "extreme centre" is on the rise, or already in power, and it's coming back in many countries, not only in Europe.”
Is Yugoslavia an “alien” or are we alien to Yugoslavia?
What is the lesson of the historical sequence of socialist Yugoslavia and its disintegration for our own dystopian moment?
Published in: HomeThe cyber-war on WikiLeaks
WikiLeaks is not only influencing the US elections, but transforming the US elections – as they should have been...