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Citizens of Nowhere: How Europe Can Be Saved from Itself

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Europe might appear like a continent pulling itself apart. Ten years of economic and political crises have pitted North versus South, East versus West, citizens versus institutions. And yet, these years have also shown a hidden vitality of Europeans acting across borders, with civil society and social movements showing that alternatives to the status quo already exist.

This book is at once a narrative of the experience of activism and a manifesto for change. Through analysing the ways in which neoliberalism, nationalism and borders intertwine, Marsili and Milanese – co-founders of European Alternatives – argue that we are in the middle of a great global transformation, by which we have all become citizens of nowhere. Ultimately, they argue that only by organising in a new transnational political party will the citizens of nowhere be able to struggle effectively for the utopian agency to transform the world.

Author: Marsili Lorenzo
Publisher: ZED BOOKS
Pages: 272
ISBN: 9781786993694
Cover: Paperback
Edition Number: 1
Release Year: 2018

Foreword by Tania Bruguera

1. Introduction: Citizens of Nowhere

2. Broken Clocks

3. The Wizard of Oz

4. If Europe is a Fortress We Are All in Prison

5. Beyond Internationalism: A Transnational Interdependence Party

Citizens of Nowhere: A Rallying Cry

Afterword by Yanis Varoufakis

Lorenzo Marsili is a philosopher-activist and the cofounder of the transnational NGO European Alternatives. His work crosses theory, politics and contemporary arts.

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