Weekly Filet #277

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Globalization and goals: does soccer show the way?

Review of International Political Economy

A very interesting adademic paper from 2005 that has resurfaced in the context of the World Cup: How free circulation of labour in football has improved the game overall, increased inequality between clubs, but on the other hand reduced the gap in strenght between national teams – and what all of this tells us about globalisation.

How to Look Away

The Atlantic

The best piece I’ve read all week on the USA’s infamous treatment of immigrant children. On photographs as «a grammar and an ethics of seeing» and how Trump’s allies are «attempting to destabilize not just the facts on the ground, but also another kind of truth: The emotions most humans will feel.»

Published in Weekly Filet #277