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The Myth of the Inkarri: Colonial Foundations in International Law and Indigenous Struggles
This paper questions whether the established human rights discourse can serve as a strategic tool for indigenous peoples, or if it is in fact working to delegitimize indigenous discourses and worldviews. Its exploration ...
Ethics and Security in Canadian Foreign Policy: New Dilemmas and Questions
Ethical concerns are inherent in the identification of threats, management of responses, and the maintenance of national and individual well-being. Defence, strategic and security policies have historically been merged in ...
Gender and International Relations: A Selected Historical Bibliography
This bibliography is intended to provide a comprehensive reference source for materials which address the question of gender in the study of International Relations, or which employ gender in the analysis of questions ...