37th & The World

Dr. Alexander Barder on Global Racial Hierarchization and International Relations

January 30, 2023 Georgetown Journal of International Affairs (GJIA) Season 3 Episode 4
37th & The World
Dr. Alexander Barder on Global Racial Hierarchization and International Relations
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Show Notes

Only within recent years has race become a common analytical framework within mainstream international relations (IR) theory. Alexander Barder argues in his book Global Race War that the dominant paradigms of international relations are rooted in historical racial hierarchies and power relations. GJIA discusses the implications of this theory for not only political hotspots, but also for International Relations courses as microcosms of imperial ideology.


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