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Canada and China at 40
"In the 2010 Asia Lecture, Professor Frolic shared unique insights into the evolution of Canada-China relations focusing on the complex negotiations and diplomatic coup by which Canada established diplomatic ties with the ...
Failing State or Fragmented Hegemony: The Political Economy of Change in Pakistan
The relationship between the Pakistani state and society is a complex and evolving one. It continues to be shaped by class, national oppression, patriarchy, caste-ism and the myriad legacies of colonialism. In his talk, ...
Retelling the Philippinesâ€™ â€˜turnaround storyâ€™
The (Un)Making of the Working Class in Karachi (Pakistan), 1980s–2010s
Ayyaz Mallick (Environmental Studies) summarizes his dissertation which aimed to understand the decline of Karachi, Pakistan’s vibrant labour movement and the proliferation of exclusivist ethnic politics in the post-1970s ...
Understanding Trends in Authoritarian Populism by Examining the Crackdown on the Cambodian Free Press
Examining trends in authoritarian populism by examining the crackdown on the Cambodian free press. The study focuses on Cambodia’s crackdown on the free press in the lead up to their national election in 2017 in order to ...
The 2017 Housing Occupation in the Philippines: A Counter-Project for Livable Homes and an Alternative Lifeworld
On 8 March 2017, in what would become known as ‘Occupy Bulacan,’ the urban poor group KADAMAY and thousands of its organized members from different cities and towns occupied 5,300 idled government-built socialized housing ...