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Failing State or Fragmented Hegemony: The Political Economy of Change in Pakistan
The relationship between the Pakistani state and society is a complex and evolving one. It continues to be shaped by class, national oppression, patriarchy, caste-ism and the myriad legacies of colonialism. In his talk, ...
Vietnam, the Philippines, Guam and California: Connecting the Dots of U.S. Military Empire
In the 2015 Asia Lecture at the York Centre for Asian Research (YCAR), Dr. Yen Le Espiritu views the Vietnamese refugee flight— from Vietnam to the Philippines to Guam and then to California, all of which routed the refugees ...