Though diasporas may seem far-flung and incohesive, they have an outsized impact on the politics of their homeland. The advantages of new media and the ease of travel allow exiled activists to connect intimately with their audiences, influencing the outcome of elections and protests from any... More Info
How post-9/11 anti-terror laws have limited free speech in Canada and abroad Following the events of 9/11, rashly conceived anti-terror laws were introduced that put civil liberties at risk, and eliminated long-standing legal protections in Canada, the United States, Australia, Europe, and the... More Info
In this fundamental text, Hedley Bull explores three key questions: What is the nature of order in world politics? How is it maintained within the contemporary states system? And do desirable and feasible alternatives to the states system exist? Contrary to common claims, Bull asserts that the... More Info
Genesis, the first volume in Eduardo Galeano’s Memory of Fire trilogy, is both a meditation on the clashes between the Old World and the New and, in the author’s words, an attempt to “rescue the kidnapped memory of all America.” It is a fierce, impassioned, and kaleidoscopic historical... More Info
Collects fifteen essays discussing the ethics of state-sponsored torture, discussing the practice's history and recent usage, as well as personal experiences from survivors and the families of victims.