Brett Neilson

is a researcher at the Institute for Culture and Society, University of Western Sydney. He is currently involved in the tricontinental research project Logistical Worlds: Infrastructure, Software, Labor. With Sandro Mezzadra, he is working on a writing project that examines the operative dimensions of capitalism in relation to contemporary politics.

The State of Capitalist Globalization

The State of Capitalist Globalization

The State Stripped Bare It seems almost a paradox, or perhaps just an anachronism, to suggest that it is possible to describe the global situation from the vantage point of the state. Flows and scapes, transnational corporations, migratory movements, financialization, supply chains, the “unholy trinity” of the World Bank, IMF, and WTO – these are the actors, processes, and entities… Read more →