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📙 Interrogating Imperialism: Conversations on Gender, Race, and War by Robin L. Riley, Naeem Inayatullah — pdf free


This collection of multiple perspectives on the "war on terror" and the new imperialism provides a depth of analysis. Looking at the imperialism and the "war on terror" through a lens focused on gender and race, the contributors expose the limitations of the current popular discourse and help to uncover possibilities not yet apparent in that same discourse.

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