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September 6, 2022

EU democracy promotion cannot continue to remain silent on colonial crimes

Anna Khakee As long as the EU continues to silence European colonial crimes when promoting democracy and human rights in the Global South, it cannot live up to its moral promise. Instead, warns Anna Khakee, it risks perpetuating – inadvertently or otherwise – colonial-era hierarchies between civilisations and a sense of European moral superiority Read more
June 7, 2022

World orders in (Eur)asia before the West

Ayşe Zarakol Ayşe Zarakol argues that Europeans were not the first ones to create (international) orders with universal aspirations. Parts of Eurasia were disconnected from each other before the arrival of European colonialism. (Eur)asia had long been a connected space, with its own experiments in sovereignty and order construction Read more
September 6, 2021

State disengagement as a response to low-level conflict

Joan Ricart-Huguet ways: by repressing their subjects, or conceding to their demands. Yet, write Joan Ricart-Huguet and Richard McAlexander, there is a third option. Weak states may use a strategy of state disengagement Read more

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