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New Publication: Beyond Tragedy and Eternal Peace: Politics and International Relations in the Thought of Friedrich Nietzsche

New Publication: Beyond Tragedy and Eternal Peace: Politics and International Relations in the Thought of Friedrich Nietzsche

Jean-Francoise Drolet’s new book, Beyond Tragedy and Eternal Peace argues that Nietzsche’s philosophy offers a powerful and still greatly underappreciated reckoning with the changing political practices, norms, and agencies that led to the momentous collapse of the European society of states during the early twentieth century.

Media: Andreas Papamichail on the effect of COVID-19 on areas affected by conflict

Media: Andreas Papamichail on the effect of COVID-19 on areas affected by conflict

Conflicts exacerbate inequalities that have already been brought to light by COVID-19. In this video, Dr Andreas Papamichail (Queen Mary University of London) discusses how weakened health systems will hinder the response to the virus, the increased risks faced by vulnerable populations, and how the dynamics of conflict can become wrapped up in responses to the pandemic.