2022 has played host to some of the world’s largest sporting mega-events, from February’s Beijing Olympics to the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Despite the desire of global sporting institutions to separate sport from politics, these competitions are far from an apolitical game.
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Book Review: Aid Imperium: United States Foreign Policy and Human Rights in Post-Cold War Southeast Asia
11 May 2022
Salvador Regilme seeks to understand how US foreign aid has impacted human rights in Southeast Asia during the post-Cold War period. In using “Imperium” to describe Washington’s relations with Southeast Asia, Regilme acknowledges the region’s agency to shape its interaction with the United States, while pointing to the inequality within this interaction.