Against the brutal march of security we must formulate a way of being-in-the-world not based on fear but trust: a belief-in-the-world
Poststructuralism in international political economy emerges on the forefront of three issues — culture, power and history.
Latin America will always resist neoliberal notions of life, Julie Murphy Erfani tells Ian Douglas
Discussion between James Der Derian and Ian Douglas on power, virtuality, war and deterrence
Speed as discipline finds its birth in the formative years of modernity, and as such is inextricably linked with it
Not one sustained analysis of the discourse of globalization or its effects has been written until now