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Annick Labeca
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Founding Editor of Urban Lab Global Cities
Founding Editor of Urban Lab Global Cities

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Some thoughts on a submission on Resource territories and climate change
My sincere apologies for not having been productive over these months but I was particularly busy. This following text is notes and ideas for a text that I submitted (finally rejected), days ago, for an American journal of architecture on correlation betwee...

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ULGC | Resource Territories and The Russian Far North: An Introduction

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Resource Territories and The Russian Far North: An Introduction
The bourgeoisie, during its rule of scarce one hundred years, has created more massive and more colossal productive forces than have all preceding generations together. Subjection of nature’s force to man, machinery, application of chemistry to industry and...

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Land acquisition in remote areas: the case of Baku
This recent article written by The Guardian's critic of architecture Oliver Wainwright about Zaha Hadid's Baku Prize winner for the  Heydar Aliyev Center  raises a range of questions and concerns from land acquisition by dispossession for extractive operati...

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Fulcrum #93 Transformations
My apology for this long absence. With these recent busy weeks, I, shamefully, have not been able to find a moment to share my research. I recently wrote a short piece for the 93rd issue of the excellent little publication Fulcrum edited by the very prolifi...

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ULGC | New Post | Petropolis. What is to be done?

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Petropolis. What is to be done?
Two weeks ago or so, Matteo Pasquinelli , a theoretician, shared via facebook a video entitled Google and the World Brain . Visiting the website Thought Maybe , for further information, I found another documentary entitled  Petropolis: Aerial Perspectives o...

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The Malaysian Airlines tragedy and South China Sea geopolitics
#geopolitics & #security


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From blackest black to universe hacking. An interview with Frederik de Wilde
We make money not art


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+Jack Self interviewed by Vibok Works
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