Author profile: Uygar Baspehlivan

Spatialising The Political and “Nomadic Subjectivity”

Spatialising The Political and “Nomadic Subjectivity”

International relationships should be viewed across a spatial plane, rather than a temporal one, to better conceptualise borders and nomadic subjects.

Putin & Russian Heritage: Russia’s Foreign Policy Identity Since Napoleon

Putin & Russian Heritage: Russia’s Foreign Policy Identity Since Napoleon

The development of an imperial identity during the Soviet Union, plus the disruption caused by Yeltsin, shaped Russian foreign policy identity even to Putin.

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