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Emancipation or Intoxication? Regimes of Truth, Aztec Ontology, Sun Tzu, and the U.S. “War on Drugs”
Much has already been written on the “War on Drugs”, but very little has been within the discipline of international relations from a critical perspective. A critical perspective is valuable when looking at the “War on ...
Democratic Peace Theory as Practice: (Re)Reading the Significance of Liberal Representations of War and Peace
Those in academia who have presented compelling evidence of the interactions between the Iroquois Confederacy and the founders of the American Constitution which plausibly points to the impact of the former on the latter, ...
Global Demography and Foreign Policy: A Literature Brief and Call for Research
There is almost nothing comparable in the study of identity groups and foreign policy in parliamentary democracies. What there is does not address the issue of new citizens, which in terms of the dynamics of the immigrant ...