Post Tagged with: "2012"

Counting Down to the Mayan Apocalypse

Counting Down to the Mayan Apocalypse

The production of apocalyptic literature is largely a product of Western wealth and privilege that allows wealthy modern readers the luxury of asking counterfactual questions about their own society.

What the 2012 Elections Portend for the Future of the Republican Party

What the 2012 Elections Portend for the Future of the Republican Party

To remain competitive the Republicans need to expand their appeal beyond their 2012 voter base, particularly in order to capture votes from women, young people and the Latino population.

Security, Society and the Games

Security, Society and the Games

To file the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics away as a success would ignore the ways in which they have revealed evolutions in the practices of security and its impact on contemporary society and politics.

Anticipating a Romney Foreign Policy

Anticipating a Romney Foreign Policy

The combination of domestic politics in the US and abroad may limit Romney’s ability to bring about real change in foreign policy. In this his fate may be strikingly similar to that of Obama.

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