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Why Race Matters: Examining ‘Terrorism’ Through Race in International Relations

Why Race Matters: Examining ‘Terrorism’ Through Race in International Relations

All marginalised voices should be heard and made clear in our discussions of terrorism and how to counter it in the future.

An Exploration into Queerness and Race in Contemporary Comics

An Exploration into Queerness and Race in Contemporary Comics

Having queer characters in works, even when the narrative is not specifically about being queer, is crucial.

Time, Power and Inequalities

Time, Power and Inequalities

Time is neither ‘natural’ nor just. It is used, valued and understood in ways that reflect and sustain economic, social and political inequalities.

Interview – Jennifer Hochschild

Interview – Jennifer Hochschild

Jennifer Hochschild discusses the threats to democracy, ‘Black Lives Matter’, and the rhetoric surrounding ethnicity and immigration in the 2016 presidential primaries.

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.

White Women War Reporters: Interrogating the ‘Third Gender’ Category

White Women War Reporters: Interrogating the ‘Third Gender’ Category

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.

Who Matters in World Politics?

Who Matters in World Politics?

One year ago a global cry that ‘Black Lives Matter’ arose in a response to black deaths in the USA. But shouldn’t black lives, not just black deaths, matter?

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.

The Failure of British Multiculturalism and the Virtue of Reciprocity

The Failure of British Multiculturalism and the Virtue of Reciprocity

The existing perception and enforcement of multiculturalism is hindering social integration in Britain. The slow process of social integration, which is caused by some multicultural policies, is intensifying the fragmentation of British society, thereby jeopardising the future of diversity in Britain. Multiculturalism promised to bring social inclusion, but has failed and is becoming a justification for exclusion

Racism and violence in Northern Ireland: Romanian Roma driven out of Belfast

Racism and violence in Northern Ireland: Romanian Roma driven out of Belfast

The Roma, Gypsy and Traveller Communities are the largest ethnic minority within the EU, and one that has been comprehensively failed by various initiatives to end racism targeted at them. Northern Ireland in the bad old days had very little immigration, the tide was flowing in the other direction. Today, that it is no longer the case, but it remains a comprehensively segregated society.

Migration and State-making: Explaining Xenophobia in South Africa

Migration and State-making: Explaining Xenophobia in South Africa

What has become of the idea of the Rainbow Nation, the triumphant trope broadcast by the irrepressible Nobel Laureate, Desmond Tutu, and in which all the country’s people, under Nelson Mandela, rejoiced?

Gender and the Politics of Europe: A Neglected Problem?

It is my intention in this brief article to raise several issues regarding the lack of female elected representatives in the political institutions of Europe, with a particular emphasis on the UK.

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