Those who are fluent in the “official” languages of the EU will benefit from the promotion of multilingualism, but minority language speakers and those who are monolingual will suffer.
Finding a balance between state security and human security remains a central problem for the ever-expanding surveillance infrastructures now pervasive across the global system.
The geopolitical imaginations in the film ‘Shake Hands with the Devil’ offer a unique inside-out perspective from the position of one man, Romeo Dallaire, and his experience of Rwandan genocide.
An appropriate electoral system is essential to securing stability in a divided society, as it can encourage inclusion and moderate policies.
The religious nature of Hezbollah has provided it with a cultural heritage to draw upon and an ability to sustain itself, both of which surpass that of the Irish Republican Movement.
Positioned outside the modernist project, postcolonial critiques can highlight the limitations placed upon traditional theories of International Relations by their adherence to modernism.
Extremist elites amongst both Hindus and Muslims effectively mobilised the ordinary masses, aligning them to their own interests and harnessing narratives of collective identity.
Impoverished slums, such as those in Mumbai and Gujarat, played a major part in ethnic violence because they were reliant upon resource networks divided along ethnic lines.