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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...