Transnational Phenomena

Charting a course towards controlled transnationalism.  

Our Expert's Transnational Phenomena section is dedicated to the delivery of strategic insight and the elaboration of sustainable policy solutions focusing on current global trends and future universal challenges. Academics, policy experts and decision-makers from all around the world share their viewpoints and researches on a plethora of extra-territorial related 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.


Daniel Fiorino

How can democracy help address the existential challenge that is climate change?  The world seems to be following a pattern in which the more we learn about the rate and…

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Daniel DeRock

In what ways does GDP measurement impact international development policy and gender equality?  Few numbers are as ubiquitous in political and economic analysis as gross domestic product (GDP). It is…

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Ilaria Carrozza

What do Sino-African relations reveal about Chinese socialisation dynamics? This chapter argues for a re-examination of common theoretical approaches to China’s socialisation in international relations. I first introduce the debate…

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Professor Mark Swilling analyses the alleged involvement of #SouthAfrican President Jacob Zuma in driving the…

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Manuela Lavinas Picq, Professor of International Relations at Universidad San Francisco de Quito, analyses how the…

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“Is it time to toss the practical and normative benefits of #democratic institutions, rights, and processes to meet…

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Latest Transnational Phenomena

November 25, 2018
Ross Bellaby
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