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  • Political Philosophy & Critique

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    Political Philosophy & Critique Q: The Value of Political Philosophy. In your 2020 article ‘If This Isn’t Racism, What Is?’, you offer a searing critique of the state of contemporary political philosophy. Drawing on recent debates around immigration, abortion, and the marketisation of higher education, you write that “it ...
  • Safeguarding Women’s Rights in Afghanista

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    “Afghan women are America’s (and the world’s) staunchest allies in creating a stronger, more secure Afghanistan”, wrote a recent CNN commentary. Yet, America seems to be abandoning them amidst its urgency to exit the country. While it cannot be refuted that the spate of events may not portend ...
  • A Renewed Space: Rural Communities and the Countryside

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    21st Century political wisdom has been invested in a city-based future for most of the world. City-life is seen as the future of the world. Paul Collier in 2010 espoused that ‘as populations grow and the Southern climate deteriorates due to global warming, the South will necessarily urbanize. The ...
  • The Crumbling Pillar of Opposition Parties

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    Democracy in the post-world war era is understood as a form of government which permits rotation of power. For democracy to thrive, it requires incumbents to lose elections from time to time. When reelection is guaranteed, ruling parties do not see any incentives to respond to public opinions or ensure the general ...
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