Self-Determination vs. State Sovereignty — Contemporary Lessons from the 1938 Munich Conference

Self-Determination vs. State Sovereignty — Contemporary Lessons from the 1938 Munich Conference Stevan Gajić In this essay, I will deal with the historical development of the supremacy of the principle of state sovereignty over the principle of self-determination though the lens of … Continue reading

Heidegger, Left and Right: Differential Political Ontology and Fundamental Political Ontology Compared

Heidegger, Left and Right: Differential Political Ontology and Fundamental Political Ontology Compared Michael Millerman In this essay, I shall engage the post-foundational political thought of the Heideggerian Left (HL) from the position of what I call the fundamental-ontological conservatism of … Continue reading

Gendered Implications of Transnational Capital for the Development of Ukrainian Migrant Families

Alissa Tolstokorova Ph.D., Associate Professor, Head of research experts group, International organization “School for Equal Opportunities”, Kiev, Ukraine. Introduction Remittancesconstitute an efficient strategy for fighting situations of adversity, inherentrisks, and instability, and may serve as insurance to improve or countercrisis … Continue reading