Post Tagged with: "Gender and Sexuality"

Asylum with Human Face: Angela Merkel, Reem Sahwil and Another Video-Gone-Viral

Asylum with Human Face: Angela Merkel, Reem Sahwil and Another Video-Gone-Viral

Merkel accepts the fact that Germany must become a land of immigration and integration. The rest is up to the democratically elected lawmakers.

Personal-Political Imaginations: Feminism, Gender and Security in Serbia

Personal-Political Imaginations: Feminism, Gender and Security in Serbia

To understand how particular meanings of ‘gender security’ come about, it’s necessary to pay attention to personal-political imaginations of conflict and post-conflict.

LGBT Pride: Marching on the Front Lines

LGBT Pride: Marching on the Front Lines

Pride events remain a critical moment of visibility of the LGBT movement. But the global movement will continue to progress and create new alliances for gaining equality.

The Militarized Gym

The Militarized Gym

Militarized determinations of physical exercise means to appreciate how Anglo pursuits of leisure and health cannot at all be assumed to be globally healthy or leisurely.

Women’s Empowerment and Atrocities Prevention

Women’s Empowerment and Atrocities Prevention

As review conferences are approaching, now is time to ask how leveraging linkages between the agendas might contribute toward enhancing capacity for conflict prevention.

The Peloponnesian War and Killer Robots: Norms of Protection in Security Policy

The Peloponnesian War and Killer Robots: Norms of Protection in Security Policy

We need not be grateful for the ‘protection’ of killer robots; we may instead mimic Lysistrata and humanize the very structure of protection in the 21st century.

Review – Women and Militant Wars: The Politics of Injury

Review – Women and Militant Wars: The Politics of Injury

Despite some imprecisions, Parashar’s insightful case studies highlight an under-discussed topic: the politics of militant women and the gendered understanding of war.

Embodied Subjectivities in International Relations

Embodied Subjectivities in International Relations

Theories of war and violence in IR depend on assumptions about the relationship between bodies, subjectivity, and violence that are often more implicit than explicit.

Interview – Katrien Jacobs

Interview – Katrien Jacobs

Professor Jacobs discusses her research on pornography, censorship, and visual anthropology in the context of global capitalism, social control, and superpower rivalry.

Review – Feminist Strategies in International Governance

Review – Feminist Strategies in International Governance

Caglar, Prügl & Zwingel’s excellent collection will hopefully help steer the agenda of institutions like the UN and the World Bank towards innovative feminist policies.

Why the Continuing Siege on Reproductive Rights?

Why the Continuing Siege on Reproductive Rights?

Understanding attacks on reproductive rights requires examining historical, psychological, legal, religious, & political perspectives to find answers.

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