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October 17, 2023

Britain’s post-Brexit illusion of sovereignty and the lessons it can learn from Norway

Johanne Døhlie Saltnes Britain exited the European Union because it wanted to reclaim its sovereignty. Learning from Norway’s EU experience, Britain must be cognisant of the limits on its autonomy, even as a non-member, write Johanne D. Saltnes, Merethe D. Leiren, Arild A. Farsund, Jarle Trondal, John Erik Fossum and Chris Lord 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
January 11, 2022

The pandemic reveals a lot about sovereign power and how it is contested

Ruairidh Brown Sovereignty is typically perceived to lie with those who can provide protection. Ruairidh Brown considers how the pandemic has tested and challenged the supra-national, national and sub-national levels in terms of the exercise of sovereign power. What might be the implications of these developments in the future? Read more

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