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Abelardo Rodriguez Dr. Brexit and America First are undeniable examples of a return to state-based politics. This article examines the dichotomy of identity and the state, which has given rise to imperial nostalgia.

Nevertheless, the decisions of the elites and the dominant majorities may lead to the fragmentation of the United Kingdom. London has shown itself to be weak in the face of China, Russia, and India and it is not clear if, over the long term, it will be influential in the global political struggles in which the latter countries are challenging the power of the United States. There are even doubts as to whether the United Kingdom can articulate a strategic alliance with the United States, due to their respective differences over relations with China and Russia.

The dispute for world hegemony is also being challenged by the forces of surveillance capitalism, which not only threatens regional cooperation and immigration, but also the ecosystem and the very future of the species. Finally, the only person responsible for the contents of this article is its author. Rodriguez, Abelardo Dr. Advanced Search. Privacy Copyright. Skip to main content. Authors Abelardo Rodriguez Dr. Author Biography Dr. Abstract Brexit and America First are undeniable examples of a return to state-based politics.

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View as PDF. Select an issue: All Issues Vol. Hosted By:. Digital Commons.Her research focuses on democratic transitions with a particular emphasis on party organizations and political elites, and the history of corruption in East-Central Europe. She works in the area of post-communist comparative politics and her research interests include political parties and party systems, populism, and the democratization process. Aleksandrowicz D.

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Sonntag and J. Birch S. Millard, M. Popescu and K. Blondel J. Gunther, J. Montero, J. Linz eds. Booth E. Ceka B. Della Porta D. Enyedi Z. Available at: Accessed on 10 January Fink-Hafner D. Gallagher M. Gauja A. Genov N. Gherghina S. Grzymala-Busse A. Gwiazda A. Haughton T.

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Van Haute ed. Available at:Accessed on 10 January Jasiewicz K. Karp J. Katz R. Kostadinova T. Kuzio T. Linek L. Mair P. Meyer-Sahling J-H and T. Nikolenyi C.His main research interests include democracy, public attitudes and public opinion.

Her publications have focused on conventional and unconventional political behavior, French politics, European public opinion, US-EU relations. In addition to journal articles and book chapters, her book France, Social Capital and Political Activism Palgrave came out in She is now working on her next project on protest patterns in Europe, pre- and post- economic crisis. Alternatively, you can also download the PDF file directly to your computer, from where it can be opened using a PDF reader.

To download the PDF, click the Download link below. User Username Password Remember me. Font Size. Keywords Activism Crisis Depoliticization Economic crisis Europe Greece Italy Neoliberalism Participation Political Parties Political participation Populism Social Movements activism crisis economic crisis neoliberalism participation resilience social innovation social movements.

Hide Show all. Article Tools Abstract. Print this article. Indexing metadata. How to cite item. Finding References. Review policy. Email this article Login required. Email the author Login required. Remember me.The photographer, Never Ndou, is a Zimbabwean farm worker in northern South Africa who took part in the participatory Border Farm Project in Ndou has approved the use of this photo as the journal cover and has been financially compensated for its use here.

Editor's note: The cover photo accompanies the 11th contribution in this special issue, Blair Rutherford's "Nervous conditions on the Limpopo. The image was produced as part of an autophotography project conducted by David Butz and Nancy Cook in Shimshal, Pakistan. This " roba ," built by the photographer's father, was the first wheeled vehicle in Shimshal.

Artist's caption: The settler government of Canada, which arbitrarily decides who lives in and who leaves Canada is attempting to expel Deepan Budlakoti from Turtle Island, where a community of supporters is rightly attempting to keep him grounded in his country of birth.

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In the image, a figure, bound in rope, sits on the ground shrouded in a thick, blue, impenetrable fog with a looming stranger who is offering a key. The key is a symbol that embodies the promise of wellness through self-discipline guided by mental health initiatives. This gesture however is often misguided. A key cannot unlock rope; it does not account for the origins or social production of the threads, how the individual became bound, or the spaces they are tied to.

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This article examines some of the formidable challenges and concerns of North Atlantic Treaty Organization that could influence its unity and integrity. Now even more than ever before, this causes uncertainty about the future of the Alliance. Admittedly, the security and stability of Bulgaria, which has limitations in terms of national capacities and capabilities, is at risk. Without the protection of NATO, there is a high probability that the Balkans could once again jump into competition and confrontation.

Regional actors and global players might try to impose their influence on the Balkans. For Bulgaria, this means change in the security landscape and uncertain future alternatives. No one on the Balkans will be truly safe. The analysis and opinions contained in this article are those of the author solely and do not represent the analysis and opinions of the Bulgarian Ministry of Defense or any of the other institutions or organizations he is affiliated with.

Monov, Lyubomir. Advanced Search. Privacy Copyright. Skip to main content. Author Biography Colonel Lyubomir Monov is a native Bulgarian, an active duty military officer with more than 30 years of military service. Abstract This article examines some of the formidable challenges and concerns of North Atlantic Treaty Organization that could influence its unity and integrity.

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