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hegemonic power and a (neo-)colonial mindset and unjust hierarchies in education (Marginson & Mollis, 2001, Tikly & Bond, 2013 ). One methodological approach that is argued to be emancipatory or anti-colonial is Arts-Based Educational Research ( ABER ) ( Cahnmann-Taylor, 2008 ; Eisner, 2008 ). Part of the

In: Interrogating and Innovating Comparative and International Education Research

rights protection. In either case, the Chinese government has been in no position to make use of human rights for its own advantages. Apart from this, widespread worries have emerged concerning China and whether it is becoming another hegemonic power as it grows in economic and military strength. Insofar

In: Confucianism and Reflexive Modernity

while the institutional networks are expanding rapidly, the constellations differ widely. The most important institutions through which law is being globalised, national and international agencies, transnational law firms, or NGOs establish chains and networks of hegemonic and counter- hegemonic power

In: International Law FORUM du droit international

agreements between parties of unequal power relations. 13 Th e subsequent discussion refl ects a set of bilateral cooperative arrangements established between the United States and Jamaica, with Jamaica a weaker power and the United States a hegemonic power. Th ese agreements resulted from a commitment on the

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

feels it is important to underline “the subjective nature of making value judgments of particular forms of sexuality […] Any aesthetic distinction is based on subjective views yet acquires hegemonic power in a given context” (p. 33). Symbolic subversion becomes about resistance to the effects of

Charter as the main framework; the desire to maintain hegemonic power, and; the possibility to resort to pre-emptive action even if the threat against which the action was taken was not evidently imminent. Under president Barack Obama, multilateralism is being restored as a guiding principle, which augurs

In: Security and Human Rights

edition that modeled on the published Japanese translation of Smith’s book. 4 Japan, at this time, was eager to emulate the imperial ambitions of the West and sought to conquer China and become the hegemonic power of East Asia. The Japanese elite became interested in Smith’s racialized portrayal of the

In: Journal of American-East Asian Relations

hegemonic power) because of the nature of new technologies and the role they play in shaping a new understanding of the image as a networked, multiple object connected with the living archive of history, in a permanent dialogue with the seemingly endless flow of data nurtured by the web 2.0. In making her

In: Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication

the Cold War period and international power struggle shaped by militarism, American hegemonic power, and the free market dogma. Political alliances between the Soviet Union and its allies and the United States and its allies were founded on this power and ideological struggle masking the realities of

In: African and Asian Studies

the further East (in the Ottoman Empire, 248 Book Reviews / Southeastern Europe 34 (2010) 245–262 where the main channels of Western infl uence could be identifi ed). Th ese dispersions in the loci of hegemonic power were furthermore complicated by the evolving vision of the West as an agent of

In: Southeastern Europe