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Unbranded

Last week I attended a screening of the Banff Mountain Film Festival (touring edition) here in Canberra, specifically to see the documentary “Unbranded” (thanks to my… 864 more words

National Identity

Angry crowds are boiling over. Revolution is at hand, something has to change. But change to what and where is it going? It doesn’t matter to many people. 1,325 more words

People & Culture

Sunday, March 20, 2016: Harare Urban Circuit

Our first stop at the Harare Kopje provided a glimpse at the expansive layout of the city, which was first established as Fort Salisbury by British business mogul, imperialist, and politician Cecil Rhodes in 1890. 989 more words

Zimbabwe

Nations of immigrants and the future

Hat tip to Jim Rose.

I’ve always thought of the United States as a nation particularly welcoming to immigrants, but the chart shows many other nations have proportionately larger immigrant populations than the USA. 382 more words

Society

DISCUSSIONS: National Identity in Southeast Asia: A Critique on Anthony Reid’s work

National Identity in Southeast Asia: A Critique on Anthony Reid’s work

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Phan Quang Anh

Abstract: Southeast Asia is a changing region. In terms of Nationalism, a modern and dynamic Southeast Asia has sought for a re-determination of its post-colonial status and expressed an endeavor building up a coherent entity by forming a nation block, the ASEAN. 411 more words

Vol 2 No 2

Sir Horace Plunkett and the Four Nations Politics of Co-operation

Sir Horace Plunkett and the Four Nations Politics of Co-operation

Dr Mo Moulton (Harvard University) explores Sir Horace Plunkett’s vision of economic cooperation in Ireland as one which sought to build up a distinctively Irish civilization. 1,045 more words

Four Nations

Cosmopolitan Citizens?

The modern thought of cosmopolitanism does not only derive from the great theoretical optimists like Auguste Comte, John Stuart Mill or Karl Marx who strongly believed that humankind will some day finally move, think and act beyond borders. 1,182 more words

Globalization