The biopolitics of raw milk really begins to take shape in light of Michel Foucault’s notions of the health of the population becoming a concern of the state.
Political elites in Ukraine have altered the official interpretation of the Second World War.
What if we dropped all this talk of internationalization and tried to imagine the university in postnational terms?
The reality depicted in the film has precious little to do with Hobbes’s ‘common power to keep them all in awe’.
The clash of generations stands on our way towards a shared prosperity.
If the conflict in eastern Ukraine can be solved non-militarily, there are four future scenarios.
The EU is safeguarded as long as its central political values of democracy and freedom are shared throughout the continent. It is for this reason that Syriza can be called a pro-Europe party par excellence.
Susanna Hast approaches spheres of influence from a new angle, engaging with fictional writing and connecting it with theories in International Relations (IR). She shows that the term sphere of influence is a multifaceted concept which addresses greed and bullying, but also larger questions of the international order.
Before new development goals to reduce inequalities can be effectively turned into practice, there must be a consensus on what inequality is and how exactly it is linked to poverty, Riina Pilke writes.
Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko dissolved the country’s parliament on Monday, August 25, and announced early parliamentary elections to be held on October 26, 2014.