ROBIN CAMERON EXPLORES THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF SECURITY AND ITS CONNECTIONS TO SOCIAL COHESION. A KEY FOCUS OF THIS RESEARCH ADDRESSES THE EFFECTS OF POST-9/11 COUNTER-TERRORISM ON PROCESSES OF SOCIAL REGULATION. HE COMPLETED HIS DOCTORATE AT THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY AND IS THE MANAGER OF HUMAN SECURITY RESEARCH AND RESEARCH FELLOW AT THE GLOBAL CITIES INSTITUTE, RMIT.
This Blog Harms explores the ways in which Andrew Linklater's "problem of harm in world politics" is endured, inflicted and internalised.
Peter Chambers writes on the borders of politics, social theory and political sociology.
Guest contributors have included: academics Richard A. Falk and Tim Dunne, West Papuan independence leader Benny Wenda, Julian Assange's lawyer Jennifer Robinson, anti-nuclear activist Tim Wright, among many others.
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