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Đubre – Marko Vidojković

Đubre u ljudima i đubre oko ljudi - Vidojkovićev roman poprima elemente katarzične mržnje prema vlasti. Radnja je ispričana kroz surov lik Dragiše i njegovih saradnika koji su zarobili državu i podredili je vlastitim interesima. Kroz Dragišu čitalac uviđa da je on u svoj svojoj bespomoćnosti sastavni deo priče.

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Snowden’s Box – Dale Maharidge and Jessica Bruder

Bruder and Maharidge reveal their peripheral, yet crucial, involvement in Snowden's disclosures and detail the effects knowledge of vast surveillance mechanisms has on journalists. They also provide ways for individuals to enhance their online privacy and decrease their digital footprint.

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The Loss of Hindustan – Manan Ahmed Asif

Manan Ahmed Asif has written a book of great importance for the understanding of present-day communalism in India. He documents how the unified multicultural political identity of Hindustan was lost through colonial interpretations of the past which still dominate our understanding of Hindu-Muslim relations.

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Gaza – Norman Finkelstein

Since 2004, Israel has launched eight devastating “operations” against Gaza’s largely defenseless population. Thousands have perished, and tens of thousands have been left homeless. In the meantime, Israel has subjected Gaza to a merciless illegal blockade. What has befallen Gaza is a man-made humanitarian disaster.

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Po Šumama i Gorama – Milenko Bodirogić

Roman Milenka Bodirogića vodi čitaoce zajedno sa Rajićem i njegovim pripovedačem uporednim putevima revolucije i njene negacije koju trenutno živimo, opisujući nekadašnji emancipatorski duh koji je trenutno zamenjem talačkim.

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Ples oko Sunca – Vedrana Rudan

Vedrana Rudan ukazuje na posledice nepravde i neravnopravnosti koje sačinjavaju njen uzbudljiv život. Ovo je autobiografija koliko i društvena kritika sa karakterističnim komentarima jedne od najčitanijih spisateljica u regionu.

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The Right to Maim – Jasbir K. Puar

Puar uses the concept of “debility”—bodily injury and social exclusion brought on by economic and political factors—to disrupt the category of disability.

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The New Map – Daniel Yergin

Yergin offers an account of how energy revolutions and climate change shape great power rivalries and their geopolitical strategies while setting them on a collision course in their pursuit of global dominance.

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Making Money – Gary Hamilton and Cheng-Shu Kao

Western retailers and merchandisers ship their production overseas, primarily to Asia. Hamilton and Kao trace the rise and fall of Taiwan as the main OEM destination for these retailers. Drawing on hundreds of interviews with Taiwanese businesspeople, they show how intermediate-demand driven supply chains structure production according to the logic

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China’s New Red Guards – Jude D. Blanchette

Blanchette sheds light on ideological battles waged within China since the death of Mao Zedong. He claims that China is undergoing a Maoist revival and analyzes individuals and groups that are behind it.

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  • The City is the epicentre of the world’s financial markets, an elite cultural hub, and a place to hide one’s wealth. Rowland Atkinson tells the story of eager developers, sovereign wealth, and grasping politicians, all of which paved the way for the plutocratic colonisation of the cityscape.

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  • Tariq Ali recounts a counter-history of the '60s rocked by the Prague Spring, student protests on the streets of Europe and America, the effects of the Vietnam war, and the aftermath of the revolutionary insurgencies led by Che Guevara. He takes us from Paris and Prague to Hanoi and Bolivia.

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