Race and racism in international relations : confronting the global colour line

  title={Race and racism in international relations : confronting the global colour line},
  author={Alexander Anievas and Nivi Manchanda and Robbie Shilliam and Errol A. Henderson and Debra Thompson and Branwen Gruffydd-Jones and John M Hobson and Srdjan Vucetic and Randolph B. Persaud and Sankaran Krishna and Richard Seymour and Robert J. Knox and David R. Roediger and Charles Wright Mills},
Alexander Anievas, Nivi Manchanda and Robbie Shilliam - Confronting the Global Colour Line: an Introduction, PART 1: CONCEPTUALISING THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF RACE AND RACISM, 2. Errol Henderson - Hidden in Plain Sight: Racism in International Relations Theory, 3. Debra Thompson - Through, Against, and Beyond the Racial State: The Transnational Stratum of Race, 4. Branwen Gruffydd-Jones - "Good Governance' and 'State Failure': the Pseudo-Science of Statesmen in Our Times, 5. John M. Hobson… 

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