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  • 7 Sep 2023
    Limor Yehuda

    Enhancing International Human Rights Law’s Role in Promoting Peace

    Human rights law particularly the right to equality and non-discrimination, seem to come in tension with the use of democratic power-sharing, a pivotal tool for achieving peace in regions plagued by ethnonational conflicts. However this prevailing interpretation of human rights law is unhelpful and unnecessary, and a more comprehensive approach is needed to support the […]

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  • 13 Jul 2020
    Nabaparna Ghosh

    A Hygienic City-Nation

    As a global pandemic rages through the world suspending everyday life, it is worth looking back in time to analyse how perceptions of disease, hygiene, self-improvement, and city planning manifested historically across cultures. A Hygienic City Nation explores everyday urban life in colonial Calcutta in the shadow of epidemics like the cholera and plague. The […]

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  • 1 Jun 2020
    Gillian Brock

    Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism and Closed Borders in the Covid-19 Era

    For some years now there has been a flourishing debate between those who advocate for a more open-bordered world and those who want nations to have more powers to restrict border crossings. Sometimes these different sides are given names, such as “globalists” or “cosmopolitans,” on the one hand, and “statists” or “nationalists” on the other. […]

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