Monthly Archives: March 2016

Hashtag Revolutions, Spectacles and Politics

The nomination process for the next presidential candidates is in full swing in the United States.  Although this election cycle has been noteworthy for several reasons, the most notable is not only the success of billionaire Donald Trump, but of … Continue reading

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Migrant Crises: The Cosmopolitan Imperative

The founding of international institutions in the wake of the Second World War represented, in some ways, a significant step toward realizing cosmopolitan norms (Benhabib 2006; Held 2009). Despite this progress, however, “nationness” remains, as Anderson has observed, “the most … Continue reading

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