White women war reporters are being classified as a third gender, enabling them to break into the war reporting career, but this only perpetuates patriarchal ideas.
Identity Politics (students)
Tunnels help us form new senses of space and they have potential to affect bodies and war.
Whilst on the surface Scandal appears to make bold feminist statements, in depth discourse analysis reveals that this is not the case.
The construction of specific, politicised forms of representations for actions, subjects, and states have a critical role in shaping security discourses.
The case of the Tuareg is emblematic to understand the possible detrimental consequences of foreign military intervention.
Kenya must improve transparency, address corruption, and strengthen its institutional infrastructure if it is to avoid joining the long list of states ‘cursed’ by oil.
The construction of the Berlin Wall was a product of the refugee crisis, challenges to the Khrushchev’s leadership, and the USSR’s failed diplomacy with the West.
The Chinese and Indian maritime strategies and their aspirations have disposed two powers into a collision course in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR).
No evidence continues to exist that states’ prioritization of security interests over international norms has disrupted the institutions of the human rights regime.
Diplomacy and science diplomacy are vulnerable to the machinations of states and the repercussions of this interaction at the domestic, bilateral and multilateral levels.
The US and Iran’s past has greatly affected the nature of their relationship as each country insisted on viewing the other side from different and opposing perspectives.
Abolishing regulation that fosters segregation is a step in right direction, but more needs to be done. There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to reconciliation.