The profound nature of the challenge posed by climate change arguably compels us to think in new ways about what security means and how it might be realized.
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While talk would suggest that there exists some kind of unitary and durable actor called ‘international community’, it is far from clear who or what it represents.
As China’s rise as a major power continues it will become increasingly clear how the PRC intends to use its power both at the regional level in East Asia and globally.
A systematic transformation of scholarly publishing is some way off. Initiatives show that there is space to do better, and a promising journal system to be built.
When war becomes larval, it becomes pervasive and perpetual; the need for fear, for threats, for insecurity also become circulated within the spheres of everyday life.
The demand for autonomy will remain high, as long as the world remains democratic. But such demand will be much less likely to bring about costly breakups and divisions.
The community of María Auxiliadora is an example of women’s experiences and looks to create the conditions to confront violence against women and climate change.
The state is an arbitrary reference point in a dynamic Earth system. The Earth can no longer be ignored as a given in at the ontological level of international relations.
Rodnoveries illustrate the versatility of nationalism. For the Pagan nationalist, the strong alliance between the state and the Church seem exclusive and discriminatory.
Through a local symbol of resistance, Taiwanese people can feel capable of ‘resisting’ Chinese domination: a parallel with Nazha’s resistance to his father’s authority.
Angola has become in recent years an interesting case study through which one might consider the complexities of the geopolitics of faith in the twenty-first century.
Diasporas find themselves in between two countries, having an emotional investment in two nations, and preserving social connections in two societies.