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Hollywood and the Popular Geopolitics of the War on Terror
  • K. Dodds
  • Political Science
  • 1 December 2008
In the past couple of years several Hollywood films have been released which have explicitly addressed the USA and its varied involvement with the war on terror. They include ‘war’ films (eg
Geopolitics: A Very Short Introduction
1. It's smart to be geopolitical! 2. An intellectual poison? 3. Geopolitical architectures 4. Geopolitics and identity 5. Geopolitics and maps 6. Popular geopolitics References Further Reading Index
Popular geopolitics and audience dispositions: James Bond and the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
This paper is concerned with the further theoretical development of popular geopolitics with explicit reference to audience dispositions and reception more generally. Using the James Bond film
Popular Geopolitics Past and Future: Fandom, Identities and Audiences
This short and hopefully provocative paper serves as both a retrospective of the past twenty years of critical work on so-called popular geopolitics and also an impetus for a more theoretical
‘Have You Seen Any Good Films Lately?’ Geopolitics, International Relations and Film
This article explores the intersection between geopolitics, international relations and film. The first section examines how popular geopolitics and related areas of International Relations have
Political geography III: critical geopolitics after ten years
Nearly ten years ago, Gearoid Ó Tuathail and John Agnew published a paper ‘Geopolitics and discourse: practical geopolitical reasoning in American foreign policy’ (1992) in Political Geography.1
Steve Bell's Eye: Cartoons, Geopolitics and the Visualization of the `War on Terror'
This article explores the geopolitical representations of British cartoonist Steve Bell. The Bush administration's so-called `War on Terror' provides a political and visual backdrop to a detailed
Anticipating the Arctic and the Arctic Council: pre-emption, precaution and preparedness
  • K. Dodds
  • Political Science
    Polar Record
  • 20 April 2012
ABSTRACT This paper considers the role of the Arctic Council (AC) and its relationship to the future or even futures. Factors such as sea ice thinning and melting permafrost, alongside globalisation,