Post Tagged with: "Crisis"

Interview – Minqi Li

Interview – Minqi Li

Professor Li discusses crises of the global economy, the significance of ecological limits to growth, and the imperative for an alternative socialist world system.

Review – Global Crisis: War, Climate Change & Catastrophe in the 17th Century

Review – Global Crisis: War, Climate Change & Catastrophe in the 17th Century

Parker turns even omissions into strengths as his book manages to appeal to scholars of various different disciplines and ranks.

Ebola and the Politics of a Global Health Crisis

Ebola and the Politics of a Global Health Crisis

Ebola reveals that the globality of global health governance is a fallacy. It is not only a health crisis, but a crisis of divisive global health governance.

Practical and Impractical Knowledge about the Conflict in Ukraine

Practical and Impractical Knowledge about the Conflict in Ukraine

The crisis in Ukraine suggests that our knowledge of conflicts needs to be informed by the way in which conflict behavior changes the conflict setting.

Crisis in Venezuela: Will Anybody Support Democracy?

Crisis in Venezuela: Will Anybody Support Democracy?

While polarisation in society and government has led to unsustainable social fracture, a lack of regional support suggests Venezuelan democracy has been left on its own.

What It Means to Say “Crisis”  in Politics and Law

What It Means to Say “Crisis” in Politics and Law

Crisis discourse creates a rupture and can lead to hegemonic change. It not only affects politicians, but also has to do with the judiciary and law.

A Crisis Resolved

A Crisis Resolved

Through taking part in the devised Crisis Simulations, the POL 210 students have emerged with a settlement as planned and hopefully a greater appreciation for the complexities of international politics.

Lebanon and the Syria Crisis

Lebanon and the Syria Crisis

With Syria descending into all out civil war, neighboring Lebanon finds itself in a precarious spot. The Lebanese government’s equivocal stance may prove impossible to continue.

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