Post Tagged with: "imperialism"

Interview – Bernard D’Mello

Interview – Bernard D’Mello

Journalist Bernard D’Mello discusses Fidel Castro’s legacy in the Global South, imperialism, Maoist movements in South Asia and India’s status as an emerging power.

Review – Cuba and Revolutionary Latin America: An Oral History

Review – Cuba and Revolutionary Latin America: An Oral History

The personal recollections in Kruijt’s book on players in revolutionary Latin America are so valuable that they eclipse the weaker explanatory, even slippery passages.

Review – The Burdens of Empire: 1539 to the Present

Review – The Burdens of Empire: 1539 to the Present

One of the world’s leading historians of the early modern European imperial imagination brings together the best of his life’s work on the intellectual history of empire.

Interview – Justin Mueller

Interview – Justin Mueller

Dr Justin Mueller discusses the themes of temporality, sovereignty and imperialism – and addresses the question ‘when is imperialism’.

Review – Globalization and Capitalist Geopolitics

Review – Globalization and Capitalist Geopolitics

Focusing on tensions between economic transnationalization and the persistence of inter-state rivalry, Woodley poses challenging questions for all perspectives in IR.

Review – The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914

Review – The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914

A work of prime scholarship on the origins of the First World War, within which students and scholars of international relations will find plenty of substance.

Review – Race and Racism in International Relations

Review – Race and Racism in International Relations

This book ably serves as a point of entry into the demanding yet necessary subject of race and racism which is so often neglected within International Relations research.

Review – The Cuban Embargo

Review – The Cuban Embargo

One of the few examples of a monograph on the US embargo of Cuba, this short and readable text helps us understand key internal dynamics which drive this policy.

Imperial Imaginaries: Employing Science Fiction to Talk about Geopolitics

Imperial Imaginaries: Employing Science Fiction to Talk about Geopolitics

Pop Culture stages debates on complex topics associated with the history of imperialism, geopolitical thinking and the relationship between territory, space and power.

Review – Imperial Subjects: Citizenship in an Age of Crisis and Empire

Review – Imperial Subjects: Citizenship in an Age of Crisis and Empire

Mooers’ book offers a refreshing revisited critique of capital and of the varied contradictions of neoliberalism and its impact on ideas of national/global citizenship.

Civilisation in the Scottish Enlightenment

Civilisation in the Scottish Enlightenment

The concept of civilisation that emerged from Scottish Enlightenment was understood as an internally diverse cultural formation and a historically fluid process.

Review – Recalling the Caliphate: Decolonization and World Order

Review – Recalling the Caliphate: Decolonization and World Order

Sayyid’s lucid account of Islam acquaints readers with a religion which is marred by a colonial past but whose future depends on reforms only Muslims can initiate.

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