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On SAGE Insight: Special Issue on Reconsidering the Region in India: Mobilities, Actors and Development Politics

From Journal of South Asian Development               The special issue ‘Reconsidering the Region in India’, aims to develop a synthetic and theoretically nuanced account of the multifarious ways in which the idea of region has been imbricated in diverse spatial, political, cultural … Continue reading

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The threat of cyber attacks

The dynamics of cyber conflict between rival antagonists, 2001–11 From Journal of Peace Research In 2011, the United States government declared a cyber attack similar to an act of war, punishable with conventional military means as a form of last … Continue reading

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Looking beyond Westerncentric International Relations theories

Dialogue and discovery: in search of International Relations theories beyond the West From Millennium – Journal of International Studies, It is recognized that the International Relations discipline is currently Westerncentric. Its theories and methods often neglect voices and experiences outside … Continue reading

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