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  1. Confronting authoritarian populism: the rural dimension

    Ian Scoones, Jun Borras, Lyda Fernanda Forero, Ruth Hall, Marc Edelman, Wendy Wolford, Benjamin White
    31 January 2018
    Article

    Religion, gender dynamics, place and cultural identity – all inform rising authoritarian populism in rural areas, alongside class interests and inequalities. Mobilising alternatives to capture by regressive political forces is not straightforward.

  2. Hindu authoritarianism and agrarian distress

    Achin Vanaik
    07 February 2018
    Article

    To defeat populist-nationalist forms of communal authoritarianism in India, we have to fight against more than just communalism.

  3. Why #DefendAfrin? Confronting authoritarian populism with radical democracy

    Amber Huff, Salima Tasdemir, Patrick Huff
    12 February 2018
    Article

    The war in Afrin starkly highlights how the dynamics of power and resource grabs by the US, Russia, and their regional alliances, have shaped contemporary struggles for life and democracy.

  4. ERPI 2018 Conference: "Authoritarian Populism and the Rural World"

    17 March 2018 - Event

    Understanding 'rural' authoritarian populism

    The Emancipatory Rural Politics Initiative (ERPI) focuses on understanding the rise of 'authoritarian populism' in rural settings across the world, as well as the forms of resistance occurring and the alternatives being built. New exclusionary politics are generating deepening inequalities, jobless 'growth', climate chaos, and social division. The ERPI is focused on the social and political processes in rural spaces that are generating alternatives to regressive, authoritarian politics. We aim to provoke debate and action among scholars, activists, practitioners and policymakers from across the world who are concerned about the current situation, and hopeful about alternatives.

  5. Islamophobia gastronomica - on the food police, rural populism and killing

    Raj Patel
    28 February 2018
    Article

    Khan’s killing was an act of adjudication over citizenship, culture, gender and life, in a form that’s becoming increasingly widespread in the US, India and through parts of Europe.

  6. Emancipatory Rural Politics Initiative (ERPI) 2018 Conference Programme

    10 March 2018
    Article
    The Emancipatory Rural Politics Initiative (ERPI) focuses on understanding the rise of 'authoritarian populism' in rural settings across the world, as well as the forms of resistance occurring and the alternatives being built. New exclusionary politics are generating deepening inequalities, jobless 'growth', climate chaos, and social division. The ERPI is focused on the social and political processes in rural spaces that are generating alternatives to regressive, authoritarian politics. We aim to provoke debate and action among scholars, activists, practitioners and policymakers from across the world who are concerned about the current situation, and hopeful about alternatives.
  7. Reserves for emancipatory politics in post-war northern Sri Lanka

    • Ahilan Kadirgamar , Niyanthini Kadirgamar
    11 March 2018
    Paper

    Situating questions about neoliberalism, nationalism and populism in Sri Lanka helps to broaden understanding of historical and political developments. Do neoliberal policies emerge in the West and then spread to the Global South, or do neoliberal policies evolve in confrontations with nationalist, populist and other political projects and go through considerable innovation in the Global South?

  8. Egalitarian agrarian politics and the authoritarian challenge - the emergence and destruction of Indonesia’s Gafatar movement

    • Abdul Rahman
    11 March 2018
    Paper

    In January - February 2016, 8,058 former members of the Fajar Nusantara Movement (Gafatar) were forcibly removed from several locations in Kalimantan, Indonesia where they had established egalitarian agrarian settler communities.

  9. Authoritarian populism, agrarian question and the challenge of formation of worker peasant alliance in India

    • Dinesh Abrol
    11 March 2018
    Paper

    What are the the drivers, consequences and emerging dynamics of the ascent of right wing authoritarian populism in India?

  10. ERPI 2018 Conference Papers: Asia-Pacific

    11 March 2018
    Article

    In preparation for the ERPI 2018 Conference: "Authoritarian Populism and the Rural World", we have compiled a set of papers submitted by researchers and scholars across the world.

  11. ERPI 2018 Conference Papers: Americas (1)

    12 March 2018
    Article

    In preparation for the ERPI 2018 Conference: "Authoritarian Populism and the Rural World", we have compiled a set of papers submitted by researchers and scholars across the world.

  12. How populism directed against minorities is used to prop up Myanmar’s ‘Democratic’ revival

    Khin Zaw Win
    12 March 2018
    Article

    It is delusional to expect that this unfettered racism will stop there. It must be confronted. Shockingly, though, most ‘indigenous’ ethnic organizations are silent on the ongoing crisis.

  13. ERPI 2018 Conference Papers: Americas (2)

    13 March 2018
    Article

    In preparation for the ERPI 2018 Conference: "Authoritarian Populism and the Rural World", we have compiled a set of papers submitted by researchers and scholars across the world.

  14. The demise of emancipatory peasant politics?

    Benjamin White, Abdul Rahman, Laksmi Savitri, Devi Adriyanti, Hanny Wijaya, Ciptaningrat Larastiti
    13 March 2018
    Article

    The death of class-based rural movements in Indonesia has entrapped rural resistance in the clutches of market power.

  15. After the peace agreement, authoritarian extractivism persists as rural development in Colombia

    Lyda Fernanda Forero, Danilo Urrea
    14 March 2018
    Article

    The results of the recent legislative elections only reinforce the authoritarian and militarised model of the last 16 years. What is peace?

  16. Championing change in rural Hungary: the role of emancipatory subjectivities in the construction of alternatives to illiberal authoritarian populism

    • Noémi Gonda
    15 March 2018
    Paper

    How is state-supported land grabbing since the early 2010s by Hungarian oligarchs enabling the maintenance of the authoritarian populist regime in Hungary?

  17. Land as central in the struggle of Mindanawons (1950’s to the present)

    • Faina C. Abaya-Ulindang, Lloyd B. Ranises
    15 March 2018
    Paper

    Mindanao island is long considered as the Philippines’ backwater and a peace and order problem; what are the causes of insurgency in this area?

  18. Bovine nationalism

    • Dr. Lavanya Suresh
    15 March 2018
    Paper

    The 2016 death of J. Jayalalithaa, chief minister of Tamil Nadu and head of the ruling party, destabilised a two-party dominated system of elections. How has this led to the political turmoil and new kind of populism that has arisen in the state since?

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