Kojo Koram is a writer and an academic, teaching at the School of Law at Birkbeck College, University of London
Publicado no/na: ourEconomy: VideoEmpire not only made the colonies. It made the unequal Britain we see today
openDemocracy’s new film BOOMERANG, exploring the legacies of empire through Liverpool’s docks, is available online
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Johnson’s self-interested, sloganeering premiership showed how weak the British parliamentary system is
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Britain survived as a state by moving its tyranny and violence out of sight. Priti Patel’s plan to send refugees to...
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Ministers patronise those who call for decolonisation. But UK financial loopholes are a product of the imperialist...
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Neoliberalism could never have triumphed without the defeat of the Jamaican leader’s alternative political vision
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With big business eyeing up cannabis as a future market, it is essential that legalisation supports racial and...