Space and Palestinian Resistance

Originally published 21 April 2013  Introduction Although the ownership land is important to the Palestine liberation movement, the ownership of space is not yet given the credence it deserves. Applying the … Continue Reading →


The Importance of Context in Reading the Cartoons of Naji al-Ali

Originally posted 16 January 2013  by Charlie Clemoes There is by no means a lack of contemporary discussion of Naji al-Ali’s cartoons. Indeed, much is made of their wonderful articulation of … Continue Reading →

Don't Tread on Me (Brazil)

Twenty Cents of Trouble

It all began when the São Paulo city council decided to increase the bus fare by twenty cents. Anti-government protesters are now all over the place in the larger cities … Continue Reading →

Peace Symbol

Neither Sovereignty nor Intervention

In Dichotomyland (sometimes known as IR), the debate on wars, whether for “humanitarian purposes” or not, tends to be reduced to the opposition between sovereignty (and non-intervention) and solidarity (and … Continue Reading →

Lysander Spooner

Advice to Libertarian IR Theorists

  How can you be a Libertarian and theorise IR at the same time? We may tackle this question from a normative or descriptive point of view, but I don’t … Continue Reading →


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