In: globalization

Digital Rights are Human Rights by Gergana Tzvetkova
October 9, 2019

In the last decade or so, human rights scholars, practitioners and activists have been warning about the existence of a phenomenon…

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International Organization of la Francophonie (IOF): humanist values against globalization
December 3, 2017

In a time where globalization has sadly become commonplace, standardization has inevitably become a main part of our societal, political and…

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The Dangers of Identity Politics
February 27, 2017

Only a few decades ago we were cheering the theorization of the world as a ‘global village’. The contraction of time…

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Towards (Dis)Information Securitization?
January 15, 2017

Guest post by Gergana Tzvetkova, Chair of the IAPSS Student Research Committee on IR Theory We live in dynamic times of fluidity…

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Grace Under Pressure: From Expat to President
March 9, 2016

Globalization brought people to work, live, and acquire citizenship in other countries outside one’s homeland. The example of European Union and favorable immigration…

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Xenophobia: A by-product of globalisation
April 20, 2015

The recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa have once again exposed the growing divide, that is fueling resentment between host populations…

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Globalization and its impact on women in developing countries
March 30, 2015

Within the past two decades, globalization has had a huge impact on the lives of women in developing nations. Globalization may be denoted…

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Are corporations humans?
February 27, 2015

In recent years, terms such as globalization, integration, regionalisation, cosmopolitanism, “global village”, supranational etc. are being used very often in everyday…

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Of Secrecy and Security: The Practice of Diplomacy in the Age of Leaks
January 15, 2014

Diplomacy has gone through a lot of changes, evolution— particularly in its practice bringing forth its many types which serve to…

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