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Resilience, Resistance, Infrapolitics and Enmeshment

  • Philippe BourbeauEmail author
  • Caitlin Ryan
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Abstract

A great deal has been written in the International Relations (IR) literature about the role of resilience in our social world. Resilience has been employed to examine the response of international institutions and regimes in the face of exogenous challenges (Hasenclever et al. 1997), to explain the actions and attitudes of individuals caught up in violent conflicts (Davis 2012), to study societies’ responses to new inflows of asylum seekers (Bourbeau 2015a), to criticise liberal international intervention (Chandler 2015), and to revisit critical security studies (Dunn Cavelty et al. 2015).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Université LavalLaval (Québec)Canada
  2. 2.Rijksuniversiteit GroningenGroningenNetherlands

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