Race & Class, October 2016
The October issue of Race & Class features articles on the international impact of securitisation.
Witness Against Torture, Guantánamo and solidarity as resistance by Chandra Russo
German development aid and the politics of pre-emption by Joschka Fröschner
The inversion of accountability by Frances Webber
Submission from the IRR to the Labour Party Inquiry into anti-Semitism and other forms of racism, including Islamophobia by A. Sivanandan, Liz Fekete and Jenny Bourne
Why Rhodes Must Fall by John Newsinger
Germany: neo-Nazis and the market in asylum reception by Priska Komaromi
The politics of the Right: a review article by David Edgar
Racism: a critical analysis by Mike Cole (Bob Carter)
Private Security Companies during the Iraq War: military performance and the use of deadly force by Scott Fitzsimmons (John Newsinger)
Return to Streets of Eternity by Jan Carew (Sam Berkson)
Killing Trayvons: an anthology of American violence and Dixie Be Damned: 300 years of insurrection in the American South by Jeffrey St. Clair, Kevin Alexander Gray and Joann Wypjewski (Andrew Smolski)
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