Kotoku, Osugi And Yamaga$3.00
Victor Garcia, a Spanish militant, (sometimes known as 'the Marco Polo of Anarchism' for the length and breadth of his travels) tells the story of three of the major figures of Japanese anarchism,...
The Anarchist Treason Trials In Japan$3.00
Another classic exhumation of lost anarchist history. Here from 1911, when the cry of 'Long Live Anarchy' was heard in the courts of Japan.
A wonderful 'story' about an ELF style demolition of 59 holiday homes in Thailand, in 2002. European anti-tourist industry activists strike back!
Rethinking The Global Context$3.00
The forgotten, and largely hidden histories of anarchism in the South and East - Latin America, Middle East, Africa, Asia - and what that means for anarchism in the 21st century.
In the heyday of the sixties, during a seven-year stay in the Himalayas, Marilyn Stablein teaches herself how to not only cook a curry on a cow dung patty fire, but to master sadhu rituals like...
Human Rights Watch is increasingly recognized as the world's leader in building a stronger human rights culture. Their annual World Report, the most probing review of human rights developments...
Self-Publishing in Phnom Penh$7.95
In Cambodian Grrrl: Self-Publishing in Phnom Penh, writer and independent publisher Anne Elizabeth Moore brings her experience in the American cultural underground to Cambodia, a country...
Anti-Nuclear Movements from Three Mile Island to Fukushima$5.00
In October 2012 the Interference Archive collaborated with the activist and research group Todos Somos Japon to produce an exhibit, which featured over 100 pieces of antinuclear movement culture...