Vol. 34 Nbr. 4, October 2009
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- On the aporetic borderlines of forgiveness: bereavement as a political form.
- The limits of liberal-democracy promotion.
- Homo sacer vs. homo soccer mom: reading Agamben and Foucault in the war on terror.
- Understanding the histories of peoples on the margins: a critique of "Northeast India's durable disorder".
- Negativity and open-endedness in the dialectic of world politics.