World Relations for 2050 (#WR2050)
World Relations for 2050 (#WR2050) displays short interventions by experts using a speculative approach to reflect upon the progress and the challenges of their field of interest. The texts offer an invitation to readers to rethink what the world will be like in the near future of 2050.
With this virtual space, CHIP seeks to stir innovative and cutting-edge conversations over possible future worlds through regular contributions by authors. Do not hesitate to share your reactions via the twitter hashtag #WR2050 mentioning our Twitter account.
Enjoy the journey!
- #WR2050 1 / May 2020 ‘Wars over immaterialities’ by Ignasi Torrent
- #WR2050 2 / June 2020 ‘Critique in a World in Survival’ by Jan Pospisil
- #WR2050 3 / July 2020 ‘Beyond the modern circle: Quo vadis sovereignty’?’ by Sara Raimondi
- #WR2050 4 / August 2020 ‘The necessary Ethnographic Turn in Peacebuilding: forecast or dream?’by Albert Caramés
- #WR2050 5 / November 2020 ‘The Permanent State of War and the Future(s) of the Middle East’ by Gabriel Garroum
- #WR2050 6 / March 2021 ‘Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems in 2050: The World of Tomorrow, Today?’ by Tom Watts
- #WR2050 7 / April 2021 'The Local, the ‘Indigenous’ and the Limits of Rethinking Peacebuilding’ by Elisa Randazzo
- #WR2050 8 / June 2021 ‘Emergent Peace governance in the Anthropocene’ by Farai Chipato
- #WR2050 9 / October 2021 ‘Transitional justice in transition' by Ana Isabel Rodríguez Iglesias
- #WR2050 10 / January 2022 ‘Despondent peacebuilding: Have we killed optimism in post-conflict studies?’ by Ivor Sokolić
- #WR2050 11 / June 2022 'Is there hope at the end of the world?’ by Valerie Waldow
- #WR2050 12 / December 2022 'The Representation of the Russia-Ukraine War in Chinese Hetalia Fan Culture' by Dr Ming Zhang and Dr Oscar Zhou