Territory and translocality: Discrepant idioms of political identity

  • Mandaville P
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Abstract

This article argues that international political theory requires better ways of thinking about the formation of transnational (or, as it is suggested, translocal ) political identities in the wake of changing configurations of territory / political space. More specifically it identifies discrepant forms of ...

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  • Peter G. Mandaville

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