Post Tagged with: "politics"

Navigating Access to Healthcare in Lebanon: The Political Economy of Health across Conflict, Revolution and Applicability

Navigating Access to Healthcare in Lebanon: The Political Economy of Health across Conflict, Revolution and Applicability

The case of Lebanon’s health sector is highly fundamental in understanding healthcare in the MENA region – where reform efforts are progressively converging.

Colonial Politics of Digital Security Interfaces

Colonial Politics of Digital Security Interfaces

When juxtaposing quantified data, digital territories, data visualization and security they end up reifying and perpetuating colonial practices and imaginaries.

Perspectives on the Newly Elected Fernández’s Foreign Policy

Perspectives on the Newly Elected Fernández’s Foreign Policy

Following the October 2019 Argentine election, changes within the government may lead to changes in foreign policy towards Brazil, the IMF, Mercosur, the EU and China.

Reprogramming the World: Political Places

Reprogramming the World: Political Places

The geography of Cyberspace has been described as layered: a spatial geography layered with a legal geography that is layered with a political geography.

Machiavelli as Misogynist: The Masculinization of Fortuna and Virtù

Machiavelli as Misogynist: The Masculinization of Fortuna and Virtù

Although Machiavelli’s founding of Realist thought in politics was revolutionary, one must consider the nuanced misogynistic intonations he utilized throughout his piece.

The Myth of Multipolarity and Overexpansion of Rising Powers: The Case of Brazil

The Myth of Multipolarity and Overexpansion of Rising Powers: The Case of Brazil

Brazil over-expanded considerably in the first decades of the 21st century in a process that was fuelled by domestic interest groups as well as a myth of multipolarity.

Latin America and China: Reflections on the 70th Anniversary of the PRC

Latin America and China: Reflections on the 70th Anniversary of the PRC

In the last 20 years, China became a major economic partner in Latin America, but its increased presence also provokes nationalistic reactions in countries like Brazil.

Review Feature – The US Foreign Policy Consensus in Crisis

Review Feature – The US Foreign Policy Consensus in Crisis

Richard Coughlin analyses Kagan and Walt’s decade old debate on IR theory, the clash between realism and liberalism and how it ties into modern politics in the Trump era.

Re-examining Political Silence: New Openings for Research and Practice

Re-examining Political Silence: New Openings for Research and Practice

Political silence, whether intentional or unintentional, produces uncertainty, in such a way that entangles the recipient of silence in confusion.

Interview – Judith Suissa

Interview – Judith Suissa

Prof. Judith Suissa talks about philosophy of education, as well as the intersections between politics, parent-child relationships, classical anarchism and globalisation.

Student Feature – Theory in Action: ‘Isms’ Are Evil. All Hail the ‘Isms’!

Student Feature – Theory in Action: ‘Isms’ Are Evil. All Hail the ‘Isms’!

Students of politics can’t dismiss the isms before acquiring an understanding about what they are rejecting.

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