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Layers of reflectivity in comparative research
Imperial wars and the violence of hunger: remembering and forgetting the Great Persian Famine 1917–1919
The Great Persian Famine of 1917–1919 is one of the greatest calamities in the history of Iran. While some scholarly work has explored the causes and dynamics of the famine, less attention has been paid to its memo- ...
COVID-19 and Finnish Universities : A Flexible Policy Response
Exploring the Balance between Smartness and Sustainability in Finnish Smart City Initiatives during the 2010s
In the era of rapid urbanisation, technological development, and climate change, there is an urgent need for urban sustainability. However, the globally widespread concept of a smart city has not delivered on its promise ...
Towards a Theory of Diaspora Formation through Conflict Deterritorialization
Building on different cases of conflicts in homelands triggering diaspora mobilization, we develop a theory of diaspora formation through processes of conflict deterritorialization. We argue that an armed conflict in the ...
The varying national agenda in variable hours contract regulation : Implications for the labour market regimes in the Netherlands and Finland
In the article, the regulatory trajectories of variable hours contracts (VHCs, denoting on-call contracts, and zero-hours contracts) are analysed in two countries, the Netherlands and Finland. The unity or disunity in ...
Social Reproduction of Post-Soviet Migrant Labour : Braiding the International Political Economy
In this article, we analyse the social reproduction of post-Soviet migrant labour. Our inquiry builds on artwork by Olga Jitlina and Anna Tereshkina and by Mahpora Kiromova dealing with the effects of migration on family ...
China’s Digital Silk Road and Africa’s Technological Future
(Council on Foreign Relations, 2022-02-01)
The Chinese government introduced the Digital Silk Road (DSR) in a 2015 white paper as a component of its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). It is essentially the technology dimension of the BRI and encompasses all things ...
The shape of things to come: A further dialogue