Karin Pettersson is impressed by a fictional account of the existential challenge humanity faces.
Karin Pettersson argues that far from history ‘ending’ in 1989 it has returned, with a vengeance, due to the very deregulation its trumpeters embraced.
Karin Pettersson argues that struggles around race and gender are fundamentally about inclusion on an equal footing in the political community.
Karin Pettersson explores the deep faultlines of unexpurgated racism tearing the United States apart.
The coronavirus crisis is a social challenge, Karin Pettersson writes, which the formerly secure are now being reminded is hitting the poor hardest.
Karin Pettersson writes that the pandemic has highlighted the frailties of a short-sighted and hyper-individualistic social system.
For Karin Pettersson, journalism has never been more challenging—and never more important.
Karin Pettersson argues that ‘free speech’ is not a licence for politicians relying on rage to lie, and for such lies to be amplified by ‘social media’.
Karin Pettersson argues that progressive politics is floundering in the waves generated by Big Data—when it could be shaping the tide.
Karin Pettersson says we can have Big Tech’s market domination, business models and democracy—just not all at the same time.
Karin Pettersson begins a series of Social Europe columns by arguing it’s time to rethink ‘free’ data as the product of labour. Recently I attended a seminar in Stockholm on the Future of Work, hosted by a major trade union. A representative from Google was present and asked the seemingly sweet and constructive question: what […]
It’s a tragedy but there’s no way around it: At a time when it is most needed, social democracy is at an historic low point. What are progressives to do? Here are four lessons for the future that the Left needs to understand, and four ways to think about the road ahead. How the world has […]