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Umberto Tulli

the 1970s as a crucial decade of transformation for the international system and for the United States. Several different processes had interacted to produce radical changes that no longer fitted into traditional Cold War categories: the emergence of global interdependence; the erosion of the bipolar balance of power and the rise of new actors in international relations; the affirmation of new political cleavages along with the rise of new global challenges. It was the moment in which a new and interdependent global order began to emerge. 9 To many historians

in A precarious equilibrium
Kuba Szreder

, but art occupations are definitely occupations, what connects them? They are each an example of what I call → productive withdrawals , and all are exercises in the tricky art of → herding cats . Cats do not recognise shepherding by an external authority, but rather swarm together and act in accordance with their shared interests, testifying to the capacity of ‘independent’ creatives to wage long-term → struggles . By acting upon their own → interdependence , they turn atomised and fruitless networking (→ N is for networker ) into a weapon. Just as they are able

in The ABC of the projectariat
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Boyka Stefanova

relations theory and examine the EU’s conflict resolution capacity in terms of power (Barnett and Duval 2005 ), actorness (Ginsberg 1999 ), regional interdependence (Tavares 2004 ), security community building (Deutsch et al . 1957 ; Wæver 1998 ), reconciliation as a result of a common European identity (Parsons 2004 ), or desecuritisation (Diez et al . 2008a ). The

in The Europeanisation of conflict resolution
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Kuba Szreder

authors (Wright 2013 ). Similarly, projectarians – instead of competing for authorship of ideas or projects – should embrace their own interconnectedness and engage in the processes of cooperative creativity for the benefit of everyone involved (→ I is for interdependence ).

in The ABC of the projectariat
Kuba Szreder

individual status and constitute fragile yet real safety nets of mutual sympathy and → generosity that engender trust and facilitate friendships. This social glue brings critical practitioners together, not reliant on the competitive mechanisms of global artistic circulation, exercising their → interdependence in the real world. One example of such a support network is the Pirate Care group that emerged in the transitional zone between Croatia and the UK in 2019 and riffs on the legacy of both → art workers and hackers’ movements. This is how the group presents

in The ABC of the projectariat
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Looking to pastures new
Ben Lamb

number of intricate narrative strands’ (Creeber 2015 a: 21). In The Killing , for example, there are ‘the crime plot’, involving the brutal rape and murder of a young girl; ‘the political plot’, set in motion when a local politician becomes a major suspect; and ‘the family plot’, focusing on the murdered girl’s friends and family. Lastly, a ‘theory of interdependence’ philosophically underpins the

in You’re nicked
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Kate Ince

political perspectives takes place against the backdrop of societies quite unlike that looked upon by any previous generation of film spectators. We live in a media-saturated age in which political progress is visibly hampered by the increasing interdependence, and yet differing degrees of autonomy, of nation-states on a global stage. Western societies are increasingly marked by a loss of the collective at the level of local

in Five directors
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Graham Spencer

and Sennett point towards the exercise of power and order as better for all when it enables movement, imprecision, fluidity, ambiguity and difference. The interviews in this book, although concerned with the overarching purpose of ending the conflict in Northern Ireland, also detail efforts to create the conditions for interdependence to work and how choreography was central to the cultivation of such a

in Inside Accounts, Volume II
Contextual, analytical and theoretical issues
Colin Hay

to emphasise that what unites these issues in the new political science of British politics is a common emphasis on interconnectedness and what is sometimes termed ‘complex interdependence’. Thus, the remainder of the chapter aims to trace the implications of such a condition of interdependence for the practice of political analysis – and of labour studies as an exercise in political analysis. ITLP_C12.QXD 18/8/03 Colin Hay 10:02 am Page 189 189 Interconnectedness and interdependence It is tempting to argue, as many have, that the world we inhabit is more

in Interpreting the Labour Party
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Jonathan Colman

upholding democracy and capitalism, and containing the spread of communism. 23 Crucial links in the fields of defence and economics ensured the interdependence of the Anglo-American relationship. 24 Speaking of the late 1950s, D. Cameron Watt notes Britain’s importance to the United States. The country was: still the only power solidly established in the

in A ‘special relationship’?