Trump, Brexit & “Post-Truth”: How Post-Structuralist IR Theories can help us understand World Order in the 21st century
In this article Prof. Dr. Alexander Spencer and Dr. Judith Renner want to reect on by considering what IR theory has to say about “(post)-truth” as a situation “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less inuential in shaping public opinion than app eals to emotion and per sonal belief".
Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh is the world's largest refugee camp. Around 1 million of the 1.5 forcibly displaced Rohingyas are living there. The Rohingya crisis demonstrIates consequences of statelessness. PACS lecturer Dr. Kristina Roepstorff examines the structural discrimination and the humanitarian consequences of the ongoing Rohingya crisis.