Hettie O'Brien is a New Statesman online editor and has written for the Guardian, Jacobin and the London Review of Books.
Digital borders already exist. But frictionless borders depend on trust, not surveillance.
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The American sociologist, who died last week, brought renewed optimism to the left.
By severing the link between economic arrangements and democratic process, “Norway-plus” would repeat the mistakes that led to the Leave vote.
By adopting a visual language of white marble statues, groups such as Identity Evropa have embarked on a culture war to redefine what – and who – is “authentically” European.