Sramana Majumdar

"Violence, Identity and Self-determination: Narratives of conflict from the Kashmir Valley" 4:15 PM, Monday 18 Nov Room 239, BYC Bryn Mawr College

Exposure Index

Tired of paper and pencil questionnaires about integration and intergroup contact? Try the new and improved EXPOSURE INDEX (click tab above on this page).

Drone Warfare is Neither Cheap, Nor Surgical, Nor Decisive The Ever-Destructive Dreams of Air Power Enthusiasts By William J. Astore

New Drone Base in Niger Builds U.S. Presence in Africa

Drone Pilots Are Found to Get Stress Disorders Much as Those in Combat Do

There is more than one way to imagine a drone: visualising the practice of drone warfare


Elspeth Van Veeren

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in International Relations Convenor, Post-Structural Politics Working Group of the British International Studies Association

Centre for Advanced International Theory (CAST), Department of Politics, University of Copenhagen

DK-1353 Copenhagen K, Denmark

Department of International Relations, School of Global Studies, University of Sussex Arts B380(B), Brighton BN1 9SJ, United



Past, present, and future of drones for military, police, and private use will be the focus of text and visual contributions to the Drones Project. Opening soon.

Election Spurred a Move to Codify U.S. Drone Policy By Scott Shane

WASHINGTON Nov 24 2012— Facing the possibility that President Obama might not win a second term, his administration accelerated work in the weeks before the election to develop explicit rules for the targeted killing of terrorists by unmanned drones, so that a new president would inherit clear standards and procedures, according to two administration officials.


Diasporas in Home Country Politics

Diasporas in Home Country Politics

Notice the new section of the Asch web site! “Diasporas in Home Country Politics” is the new tab at the top of the Asch home page.

Diasporas have been studied for their effects on the economics, politics, and culture of their host countries, usually Western countries. Much less attention has […]

Jujitsu Politics in Putin’s Russia?

An interview with Boris Berezovsky explores the political uses of ethnopolitical conflict in Russia. The dynamics referred to in the interview are interesting whatever you think about its accuracy. The interview was translated from Russian by Sophia Moskalenko; translator’s notes appear in brackets. Freedom Radio is a private non-profit news media financed by the U.S. Congress. It transmits to over twenty countries of Eastern and Southeastern Europe, the Caucus, and Central Asia. […]