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Readership: Scholars and students of international relations theory, political theory, political
philosophy, and literature.
Rahul Rao, Lecturer, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
"This is a perspicacious and wonderfully engaging book." - Musab Younis, Millenium- Journal of International Studies
"Rao displays impressive empirical range and theoretical nuance ... This timely, nuanced and beautifully written book ... should be widely read by historians and theorists of nations and nationalism and all those concerned with the problems of identity, solidarity and political action in the contemporary world." - Michael Collins, University College London
"This is a fascinating and nuanced book, and one that prompted a range of responses to its core arguments as I read it. It addresses
issues that are at the heart of contemporary debates about social movements and popular mobilization in our contemporary globalized environment. It deserves to be read and debated by both researchers and students alike." - John Solomos, Ethnic and Racial Studies
"In this slim and readable volume, Rao presents us with a way of thinking about international normative theory that deserves to have a major and fundamental impact far beyond the sum of the books individual parts. It is his methodological focus on Third World populations and movements as a source for thinking pragmatically about ethics that is so new, and so long-awaited ... Third World Protest is highly
recommended indeed, compulsory reading." - Musab Younis, Ceasefire
2: The Dark Sides of Cosmopolitanism
3: The Dark Sides of Communitarianism
4: Born Sneerers or Ironic Nationalists? Joyce, Tagore, Said, Fanon
5: Indigenous Insurgents and Rioting Ryots: Class and nation in 'anti-globalisation protest
6: Queer in the Time of Terror
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