Sovereign Control and Ocean Governance in the Regulation of Maritime Private Policing

This post is the second in an ongoing series showcasing interdisciplinary research in the Defence Studies Department. You can read the first here. Alex Gould In recent decades, new public-private policing governance structures everywhere have constituted new forms of authority and political order in the contemporary world. Abrahamsen and Williams have argued that the security… Read More Sovereign Control and Ocean Governance in the Regulation of Maritime Private Policing

Channelling Fanon: What Childish Gambino tells us about Violence and Urban Space

MATT LEWIS What is violence? An instrumental means to an end? Or the end itself? Is violence the visceral embodiment of a long held grievance, rather than a tool to change the aggrieving behaviour? Earlier this month, Childish Gambino’s ‘This is America’ presented a gut-wrenching visualisation of randomised and anonymised violence in urban America: one… Read More Channelling Fanon: What Childish Gambino tells us about Violence and Urban Space