persecution or other violations of basic rights ( Lenard 2020 ). The second response points out that the global spread of the coronavirus was not a product of open borders because we don't live in such a world; on the contrary, we inhabit a world of highly
, that the entire world is a postcolony, and requires epistemological and institutional frames that fully imbibe that. By this, I mean that our global political order—and even its contemporary neoliberalisms and fascisms that are often allotted different
Ibrahim Aoude, Andrew Davidson, Sergio Fiedler, Michael Humphrey, and Owen Sichone
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Discretion and hypertransparency in Chinese biosecurity
Katherine A. Mason
that xenophobia had reigned over reason ( Metzl 2009 ; Stolberg and Robinson 2009 ). In this article I examine Tianmai’s disease control response in the context of a global post-SARS political aesthetic that established the free and transparent sharing
Italy as a stepping stone in migrants’ imaginaries
show that understandings and imaginations of “home” and “away” are structured by unequal global power relationships in which material success and personal development are thought to be achievable only through migration ( Bal 2013 ; Gaibazzi 2014
industry-funded transnational medical research for commercial gains ( Rajan 2007 ), but in Africa state- and philanthropy-funded transnational medical research for public health purposes is also often founded on the basis of the same global inequalities
Ethnographic approaches to neoliberalization
Oscar Salemink and Mattias Borg Rasmussen
This collection of articles addresses the question of how unequal social relations materialize and become part of the everyday in very different settings, in the form of dispossession and disenfranchisement on the global margins. More specifically
Counterterrorism, techno-science, and the cultural reproduction of security
Mark Maguire and Pete Fussey
, as security and insecurity take on different content and have different ramifications depending on region and context. That said, some scholars assume the existence of a global archipelago of security spaces that bristle with military technologies
Canada and Airport Refugee Claimants in the 1980s
existing regulations. At the same time, they also represented an undesirable, nonnational air traveler, a connection fused by rising tensions in Canada between global aeromobility and ideas of national belonging and citizenship. This article surveys Canada
Recontextualizing the French Army in Algeria, 1954–1962
Terrence G. Peterson
isolated conflict but one front in a global war waged by Communist revolutionaries. The Free World's “rear defensive line—its last,” Allard asserted, “passes through Algeria.” 1 Allard spoke with conviction. The vision he presented was widely shared