Why Popular Culture Matters (For Contemporary Geopolitics)

Why Popular Culture Matters (For Contemporary Geopolitics)

Dr Kyle Grayson, University of Newcastle Monday 26th June, 2017; 16:00 Institute of International Relations, Nerudova 3, Prague The Centre for European Security of the Institute of International Relations and the journal New Perspectives of the IIR have the pleasure…

Call for Papers: ISA2018 Populist Nationalism & the New Authoritarianism

Call for Papers: ISA2018 Populist Nationalism & the New Authoritarianism

Two linked panels on Populist Nationalism and the New Authoritarianism contact Prof Emeritus Martin O. Heisler at mheisler@umd.edu to submit an abstract for consideration (200 words max).  Panel 1 Populist Nationalism and the New Authoritanism I: Internal Sources and Cross-state Diffusion…

Russia - Alone at the Table?

Russia – Alone at the Table?

IMEMO, Russian Academy of Sciences ‘Russia & The World’ 2017 Forecast. Download the full IMEMO forecast here. Editor’s Introduction Benjamin Tallis, Editor-in-Chief, New Perspectives For the third successive year, New Perspectives is delighted to publish, exclusively in English, the annual ‘Russia…

Article ahead of print – Twilight of the Proletariat: Reading Critical Balkanology as Liberal Ideology

Article ahead of print – Twilight of the Proletariat: Reading Critical Balkanology as Liberal Ideology

by Rade Zinaić Inspired above all by Edward Said’s Orientalism, Critical Balkanology unveils and criticises the ways of depicting Balkans in the dominant Western narrative. Under the Western gaze, the Balkans is imagined – and desired – as a savage place,…