The capacity to decide who can move, who can settle, where and under what conditions is increasingly becoming the core of political struggles.
This planetary turn of the African predicament will constitute the main cultural and philosophical event of the 21st century, argues Achille Mbembe.
Achille Mbembe argues that “decolonization” is in truth a psychic state more than a political project in the strict sense of the term.
Why has this country historically represented a “circle of death” for anything and anybody ‘African’?
What gives Fanon's thinking its force and power is the air of indestructibility and the inexhaustible silo of humanity which it houses, argues Achille Mbembe.