Tracing modes of politics at the United Nations: Spatial scripting, intimidation and subversion at the Forum on Minority Issues

@article{McConnell2020TracingMO,
  title={Tracing modes of politics at the United Nations: Spatial scripting, intimidation and subversion at the Forum on Minority Issues},
  author={F. McConnell},
  journal={Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space},
  year={2020},
  volume={38},
  pages={1017 - 1035}
}
  • F. McConnell
  • Published 2020
  • Political Science
  • Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space
  • This paper seeks to add empirical depth and conceptual nuance to how we understand the dynamics of geopolitical interactions. It does so by turning attention to the role of space in how modes of politics are articulated. The micro-spaces of international institutions are brought to the fore through an examination of how geopolitical actors of different prescribed statuses – state diplomats and representatives of minority communities – interact in the spaces of the UN Office at Geneva. Focusing… CONTINUE READING

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