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Ukraine’s media system has drastically changed in recent years, but like the rest of the country it is still a work in progress with many hurdles to overcome.
The idea that drones offer a capacity for increased precision coupled with other concerns about their use continues to be reinforced by recent reports from the field.
Erdogan stands against intellectuals or elites in Turkey because these groups are identified as a ‘possible enemy’ for the lower classes, who support Erdogan/the AKP.
Strategies relying on the pure coercive nature of economic sanctions rarely succeed in their goals, and alone are not capable of forcing countries to make concessions.
the post-9/11 temporalisation of security has taken the form of a politics of pre-emption in which radical uncertainty constitutes the basis for anticipatory action.
Using time as a primary analytical lens takes us beyond concerns with linear and teleological time that dominate the ways in which time is understood as mere ‘history’
Academics should focus more on the processes by which power is exercised through organised persuasive communication and manipulative propaganda.
It would be a terrible and ignominious end for a modern political process (and project) to be eclipsed by technological speed and market imperatives.
It is essential to interrogate how representations of the homegrown threat in security practice may instead be influencing insecurity.
Since 2013, Turkey has been struggling with intense political instability. Yet after the recent coup was defeated, President Erdoğan has consolidated his hegemony.
Time is neither ‘natural’ nor just. It is used, valued and understood in ways that reflect and sustain economic, social and political inequalities.