How might we re-envision “international collaboration” beyond the political framework of nation-state institutions? And what could it mean to work more strategically in socio-ecological activism, targeting the choke points and the arteries of global trade and extractivism?
In this episode, we welcome Liam Campling, a Professor of International Business & Development at the Queen Mary University of London, and Alejandro Colás, a Professor of International Relations, Birkbeck, at the University of London. They are co-authors of Capitalism and the Sea.
The song featured in this episode is A Woman and The Universe by Lara Bello.
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“For Palestinians, agriculture seems to be the only option. This is why we see the vicious, atrocious, and systematic attacks against Palestinian farmers.”
In this episode, we welcome Rami Barhoush, an activist and president of the Arab Group for the Protection of Nature, known as APN,...
“If you’re actually targeting migrants as the source of the problem, if we’re thinking about climate migration as one of the amplified 'threats' from the Department of Defense’s point of view, then you’re never actually going to solve the problem because you’re only addressing the symptom and not...