Transnational Phenomena

Charting a course towards controlled transnationalism.  

The Academy's Transnational Phenomena section focuses on the theory and practice of current global trends and future universal challenges. Undergraduate and postgraduate scholars from top universities all around the world share their best academic projects on a plethora of extra-territorial thematic concentrations. Among these include, just to mention a few, globalization, illegal mass migration, climate change, global processes of labor exploitation, robotization, world financial crises, the global civil society and cyber-warfare.


Maarten Visser

Introduction Terrorism networks have proven to be original and determined, going to great lengths to attain the funds they so desperately need. After all, finances are the lifeblood of terrorist…

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Makam Khan Daim

Gender mainstreaming has been critiqued as having diluted and depoliticised struggles for gender equity. Is this the case? If so, why? If not, why not? What are the principal challenges…

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Giovanni Raiteri

Understanding how ethnic and civic factors, modernisation, and government manipulation contribute to nationalist sentiments Nationalist movements are taking the main political stage at an increasing rate. As a result, very…

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RT @ErasmusIMSISS: Proud to present the work of #IMSISS student, Maarten Visser, who has recently published an essay at @theatlasinst look…

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