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Book review: Jean A. Berlie (Ed.), China’s Globalization and the Belt and Road Initiative
Jean A. Berlie (Ed.), China’s Globalization and the Belt and Road Initiative. (London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2020), pp. 342, €88.39, ISBN: 978-3-030-22289-5
Agamben’s two missing factors; Understanding state of emergency through colonialism and racial doctrine
Abstract The idea of state of exception and sovereignty presented by Italian political philosopher Giorgio Agamben in the aftermath of post September 11 context generated a new discourse in theExpand
The Transforming Role of Protest Publics in Processes of Sociopolitical Change in the Global South and Southern Europe: From Occasional Challengers to Institutionalized Watchdogs
A phenomenon of the “spring of protest” has generated significant attention of scholars and has been observed and analyzed with various perspectives—ranging from the withdrawal of the state’sExpand
TRACING THE CIVILIZATIONAL INFLUENCES IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF CHINESE AND RUSSIAN APPROACHES TO INTERNATIONAL LAW
This article seeks to examine the rigor of civilizational values in modern international law as a crucial factor and how historically different civilizational values have inculcated differentExpand
The Multitudes of the Invisibles and the Revitalization of the Indian Democratic Space
This paper tries to examine the recent wave of protests in India, specifically the case against corruption and the Delhi rape case with the very diverse constituents mobilizing together for theExpand